These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Like You Would Really Do It: Zigged zagged trope. It's a mild surprise that Bond gets captured and horrifically tortured instead of making a daring escape, but nobody believed for a minute Bond was being sent in front of a firing squad. Or, that Moneypenny would get killed.
Love It or Hate It: Madonna's title theme is a somewhat divisive song. Those who dislike it cite the horrific autotune, and those who like it seem to treat it as Narm Charm.
Narm: Every single line out of Jinx's mouth. Between the hurricanes of double entendres, pointless references to her nickname, whining about Bond not saving her quickly enough, and awkward blaxploitation one-liners, the character simply doesn't have well-written dialogue.
The completely serious use of laser beams to threaten Bond with, five years after Austin Powers made this impossible to take seriously.
Colonel Moon is a more interesting and threatening psycho than Gustav Graves even though they are the same man.
The Bond producers were clearly trying to use Moonraker's original plot (that is, the plot from the novel) but Die Another Day never ends up being as interesting as the novel.
Unfortunate Implications: Bond spends much of the film trying to find who set him up and take revenge. Turns out it's Frost. Instead of Bond taking revenge, we have to have a Designated Girl Fight between Jinx and Frost. To be fair, Bond did get revenge, and the girl fight was set up, but it still comes off as being in the film just for Rule of Sexy.