We're always giving reasons why we don't like this film or that film, the invisible car, Blofeld in drag, the slide-whistle, etc. What are the flaws you find in your favourite Bond films? Are they harmless enough that you learn to love them regardless or do they actually seriously detract from an otherwise stellar film?
Major flaws for me would be Goldfinger's final act where Bond has little to do with the plot (at least up until the scene in the plane) and 'The Living Daylights' where I feel the entire third act falls apart and loses the sharp, fresh, dark edge running throughout the rest of the film.
Minor flaws would be the sub-plot of the Skyfleet airliner - I found this to be the one section of the film that dragged a bit - I don't think there needed to be another action scene there and while it's undoubtedly impressive, for a scene so elaborate and expensive, it's fairly forgettable and seems to have only been put there to stir up a sense of post-9/11 dread. Other minor flaws are the boisterous music that plays during the scene where the jeep breaks down in TSWLM and the overly silly Laurence of Arabia homage - both of these moments just pushed the comedic envelope too far.
I'm sure I'll think of plenty more. Any other additions?