no time to die
Buckle up, Bond is – finally – back. And he’s pressed his foot on his Aston Martin’s accelerator in this ride that will have you swaying and shaking – if at times stalled a bit.
After 18 months in the editing suite, this long-awaited film catches on with a loving, soft Bond who suddenly seems super emo.
The more relaxed Bond (Daniel Craig) is now out of active service and enjoying a quieter life in Jamaica, where he spends his days fishing and outdoor showers.
Never too long to be sober, James is soon asked by old friend and CIA agent Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) to go on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist.
It turns out to be more dangerous than expected, with our hero soon finding his match in the form of the very unstable villain Safin (Rami Malek), armed with dangerous new technology that is sure to destroy the world. could. Amazingly, this is a superbug that needs to stop giving ptsd to many viewers.
Bond’s love life has never been this simple, but the closest thing to a proper human love affair is with Dr. Madeleine Swann (Lee Seydoux), whom we first met in 2015’s Specter.
Obviously, things don’t go smoothly, though the pair are being pursued for prior crimes against villains.
In his final turn as 007, Craig exits the franchise with a bang — as well as several crashes and several wallops. The stunts are simply spectacular, with a special scene involving a motorbike set in Italy that will leave you looking through your fingers clenched in exhilarating awe.
Craig is once again shining as our beloved detective, this movie about girls.
Unlike the previous 24 Bond films, the women in No Time to Die kick more than just, well, ass.
With Lashana Lynch as Nomi, Ana de Armas as Paloma, and Naomi Harris once again as Miss Moneypenny, these strong female characters may have been influenced by Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who is writing when she is in chaos. Went to join the team. There are many comedic moments that are often a bit jarring.
Lasting two hours and 43 minutes, No Time to Die is ironically the longest Bond film ever.
And sometimes you want the defibrillator to come out and give it a very fast pulse.
The story seems to have had a lot of cooks, but it’s still familiar enough to crave.