With that said, I wish that the villains were a bit more prominent. Dave Bautista makes and awesome henchmen to the main villain, but Christoph Waltz's character does not get the build-up that most Bond villains get. When I found out that Waltz was going to be the main villain in Spectre, the hype-train really started rolling. By the end of the film I was left with a bit of disappointment because his character lacked a lot of development. Of course, Daniel Craig was great as always and Lea Seydoux was a great Bond girl. The story just felt too focused on their relationship whereas I wanted more of the Bond-villain relationship.
The action was the usual action involved in a Bond film. Nothing really popped out, but the action used was fun nonetheless. Accompanied by a great Newman score, the intensity builds up as the film unravels. I also really enjoyed the Sam Smith song for the theme, but the visual opening credits lacked the creativeness that Skyfall and previous Bond movies had.
The Bottom Line: This is an average Bond movie with a lack of development for supporting characters and an overwhelmingly typical use of action sequences.