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.
YMMV: The Man with the Golden Gun
Damsel Scrappy: Mary Goodnight is among the least popular girls from the Bond franchise.
Ho Yay: Between Bond and Scaramanga, mostly one-sided. Scaramanga may like the ladies, but he also seems to have a bit of a guy crush on Bond.
Idiot Plot: Much of the movie, particularly the final third, could've been avoided if Goodnight wasn't so stupid. Also, the entire sequence in Beirut — why did Bond need the slug that killed 002 when he already had an intact bullet sent to him? He could have gone straight to Macau, and the film likely would have been better.
Lulu's completely insane title song straddles the line between this and Narm Charm.
Bond swallowing the golden slug that the belly dancer used as a charm, and then having to have his stomach pumped to retrieve the bullet to show to Q back in London. An entirely useless sequence, and probably the most laughably idiotic thing to happen to Bond.
Padding: The film is prolonged by pointless meandering in a few cases. For example, why Bond had to get the bullet in Beirut when he had the one sent to him, the Kung Fu scene and its following canal chase etc.
Stop Helping Me!: Goodnight blocks Bond's taxi, gets kidnapped uselessly trying to plant an unnecessary tracking bug while carrying the mission critical MacGuffin, causes a chain reaction by knocking out the man keeping watch on her, and triggers the solar beam where Bond is working.
Take That, Scrappy!: In his last scene, Pepper is arrested by the Thai police, and as far as anyone knows, he's still in Thai prison.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: Sort of. Although the climax of the film is by no means bad, the concept of Bond and Scaramanga having a showdown should have been a LOT more suspenseful and dramatic. Instead, Scaramanga spends almost the entire duel running away and leaving Bond to traverse his funhouse, before being shot before he manages to even pull the trigger.
Vindicated by History: A very minor example. Although it still is regarded as cringe-inducingly camp at times, the film's theme of duality has been commended in recent years, as has its villain, Moore's performance, and even its pace, despite the arguable Padding.