George Lazenby lasted as the most recognizable spy in the world for just one movie, and it had a lot of reasons. Probably the main of which became absolutely no memorability, in many ways he tried to copy the image created by Sean Connery, but the difference in acting was obvious. Yes and replace the actor in the middle of a series of films at the time had to be something new.
So as part of a James bond film then weakly perceived, and is perceived now, not better. And as a separate work, he had nothing to offer. Presented in tape spy intrigue turned out to be extremely banal and predictable. Why it was made a strong emphasis on the love story, and it would have worked if the characters had chemistry, but it was not. On the whole, the wedding of one of the main characters-lovers as it is distracting from the character.
Himself George Lazenby[/B act out your character maximally monotonous. James bond in his performance lost the charisma and confidence, but got this weird watery eyes. Diana Rigg cope with their role better in her character can be traced to a lot of interesting traits. But as on-screen couple they are not perceived absolutely.
One of the most disappointing movies of a huge franchise, the existence of which tried to forget as quickly as possible.
5 out of 10