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No Time To Die | Review

We review Daniel Craig's final Bond outing, No Time To Die.
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With four pervious installments in the franchise, we say goodbye to the grittiest James Bond we’ve ever seen. The movie opens with a reference to a comment made by Bond’s love interest, Madeleine’s childhood trauma. The very event that changed her life, the assassin that was sent to her house as a child.



  • The Tom Ford Bond style.
  • Ana de Armas performance as Paloma is impressive and a unique entrance to her character.
  • James Bond’s noble sacrifice.


  • Daniel Graig’s final James Bond appearance.
  • James Bond’s death.
  • Paloma one the most interesting characters to be introduced but totals about 20 minutes of action. And never seen or mentioned again.
  • Death of Felix.
  • Death of Blofeld.
  • Bond becomes boring.
  • Nomi underdevelopment and useless motivations.

Final Verdict: Unfortunately, No Time To Die, is a mess, its too long and falls into the Skyfall trap. (Bond gets old) Wait for it to appears on Prime Video.

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