No Time To Die movie has hit theatres today after a grand premiere at London’s most-renowned stage, Royal Albert Hall on 28th September. The movie is released only in the United Kingdom. However, for Bond’s fans worldwide here’s the full No Time To Die Review.
The British-American action, sci-fi, spy thriller is the last movie of Daniel Craig as James Bond which makes it a must-watch movie. However, critics split in their opinions.
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No Time To Die Movie Review, Plot, And Critic’s Response
James Bond retired from his spy role but it’s not forever. He soon finds himself dragged in the case of Project Heracles. But he discovers a murder mystery, revenge, kidnapping theory, and a secret agent 007 in his way. Genocide, Nanobots, and DNA-based explosives serve the central theme of the movie.
The story is a complete pack of entertainment with action scenes that will amaze you and Bond knows how to ace them. A little romance and camp comedy is added so that story doesn’t sound boring and all about automobiles, guns, and explosion. Overall it’s an epic with some old-fashioned action scenes.
Cast And Their Roles
The director Cary Joji Fukunaga came up with an intriguing storyline to show Daniel in his best for the finale. However, the plot begins with five years of his retirement during which he undergoes lots of emotional struggle. Cary termed his character as a wounded animal that is made to enter the darkness to resolve a mystery behind Project Heracles.
There are some new characters as well in the No Time To Die movie cast in the main roles other than Bond.
Rami Malek serves as one creepy villain, Lashana Lynch is the highlight of the movie as Agent 007 who was a replacement to Bond in his absence. The CIA agent and assistant of Bond, Paloma (Ana de Armas) won hearts with her bubbly performance and came out as a key person in the movie.
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Another major character is Jeffrey who plays the role of Bond’s friend. Their strong bonding adds meaning to No Time To Die and makes him return as an agent for the one last time. Madeleine Swann ( Lea Seydoux) will also become the audience’s favorite as she brings out the emotional side of Bond.
Film critics gave it a 7.6 rating out of 10 calling it not more than a satisfactory ode to Daniel Craig as Bond. No Time To Die, however, cannot be called the best movie of all the previous ones. Some may find the movie boring and too long as far as the storyline is concerned which does not justify its long runtime.
For Bond’s fans, No Time To Die is a pack of action and entertainment. The movie was delayed due to a pandemic and will release outside the UK on 8th October 2021 in the U.S and on 11th November in Australia.