@UncleVinny I’ve thoroughly disliked the last few Bond movies, not because of Daniel Craig but because the scripts, the production, the action sequences, the everything has been so yuck - this from a franchise where outlandish cheesiness was part of its appeal. The theme songs have followed suit, so I endorse @UncleVinny 's suggestion as some possible redemption.
Prologue: In pursuit of a bad guy, Bond is nearly killed but gets the bad guy and an important clue.
Act 1: Following up on the clue, Bond maybe meets the ingenue, who is nearly killed by the muscle heavy, but the muscle heavy kills some other woman, or agent. Somebody, anyway.
Act 2: Still following up on the clue, Bond either meets the ingenue for the first time or she shows up for some reason. Anyway, they are nearly killed by the muscle heavy, but they get away by killing some other henchman.
Act 3: The ingenue gets kidnapped by the muscle heavy, so Bond goes to rescue her and gets captured, whereupon the boss baddie starts monologuing.
Grand Finale: Bond turns the tables on the boss baddie, kills the muscle heavy, and the boss baddie is killed by his own gimmick.
Anticlimax: M, the Prime Minister, and high-ranking members of the Ministry of Defense tune in to congratulate Bond, but he’s getting it on with the ingenue.