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No Time to Die 2021

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A proper send-off for Daniel Craig, he did much for the franchise. One of the better Bond-films for sure, there's lots to like here. The acting is great, music fantastic and obviously the action is riveting. Even at 163 minutes, it does not drag - and even though I wanted more, the ending was perfect. It's exciting to discuss who will become the next Bond, but let's enjoy this ride first and let it sink in.

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You have all the time in the world :hearts:

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What a waste of Rami Malek and Christop Waltz….
Story made no sense…
This is not a James Bond movie TBH should have had a different name

I give it a 4 for the bar scene that was good… the rest better skip and go back to watch some of the classics…

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Im kind of sad about the Craig-era ending, but it was a great ride with a good ending. I really like that the whole James Bond-franchise became more action-based and less about goofy henchmen and gadgets. He was the first Bond that could actually kick someones ass. I really doubt that about all the previous ones.

Anyway, the action in No Time To Die was awesome, as expected. The fights, chases, etcetera were all good. The music is amazing (I still can't get enough of the classic Bond tunes). I didn't really care for the whole 'new 007'-bit. But the performances of Craig, Malek and all the others were great. Emotional at times, but mostly bad ass. All in al, they did a good job to tie the whole Craig-saga together and I enjoyed it very much. Worth the wait.

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A poor send-off for the great Daniel Craig. The action is lacklustre compared to previous outings and resembles a first-person shooter game for much of the time. The love interest is flat and uninspiring, Rami Malek's villain intones nonsensical, cliched dialogue in a disinterested manner and the whole thing takes far too long to go nowhere. The only bold and interesting choice comes right at the end of the movie but it is too late to redeem this flabby effort.

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Oh yes ! Such a original idea of killing off main characters

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This isn’t a typical bond film. There’s too much introspection and too many cracks in the Bond veneer to qualify as just another Bond flick. Instead, the film is probably an attempt to modernize some of the classic elements of the franchise. Despite this laudable goal, No Time can’t be counted as a success. The story arch is severely underdeveloped and difficult to follow.

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A waiting a so long time for ... this.
OST is bad, with no emotion. I can belive is an Hans Zimmer composition.

The editing of the title "song" is bland, fortunately the song interpreted by Billie Einish raises the level

Ian Flemind must be turning over in his grave...

First at the beginning James Bond doesn't work for MI6 and the 007 number is given to a black woman, then James Bond meets his daughter, James Bond daddy, .... and the best of all the elimination of all the members of SPECTRE.

And the worst thing is the end > James Bond is simply killed. I find this very irrespectful against Daniel Craig who has always invested himself in the interpretation of 007. He has even been physically injured on the set several times. Certainly he will return with a new interpreter? At the point where we are why not an obese 18 years, in a wheelchair, with piercings and vegan.

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Shout by dnzt
2021-11-14T07:43:08Z— updated 2021-11-15T11:43:34Z

When it is a Bond movie, your expectations are at a high level. OK, we know the history but this is nothing more than an ordinary action movie.
It is sad to see Bond movies evolving latest years. I remember old ones were full of extreme scenes which can be only done by Bond and full of never-forgotten sayings where they call those into your attention frequently. Everything is becoming lame so these movies are.

They should follow the original casting from the book. There should not be a gay Q, female 007, or etc. In general, I am not opposed to any of those but this is the way of a Bond movie. I am disappointed.

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No Time to Die, but a lot of time to cry :cry: A beautiful send off to Daniel Craig as Bond.

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Ana de Armas steals the show and I'm not sure that's a good thing for such a small part

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Best Daniel Craig Bond movie, ever. The Daniel Craig era of Bond changed the tone of the franchise towards a brooding and darker palette which, quite honestly, took a little getting use to. (For a great recap of these follow this link https://www.imdb.com/video/vi362857241). That being said, this is the cap to all that preceded it. The casting was spectacular. The acting was spot on. The locations were beautiful. The music was haunting and well chosen. The writing was complex and layered. Indeed, the almost 3 hours seemed to pass quickly. I give this film a hearty 10 (iconic Craig) out of 10. [Thrilling Action Adventure]

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I’m so very tired of the EVIL RUSSIAN TROPE. Maybe I’d like modern action movies if the villains weren’t always "Russians who want to destroy America/the world." No motivation, just being Russian is enough to be evil. Who else than a Russian!? What would Hollywood be if Russia didn’t exist? They would not have a single villain! The whole industry would’ve collapse if they didn’t have the Russians. Get a new plot line, already!

Rami Maleks vaguely Russian accent is an insult. Hollywood/Brits are allergic to hiring Russian actors to play ... Russians. Why, while there are tons of Russian-speaking actors in Hollywood/Britain you bring people who barely can pronounce simple phrases or even their names?

I couldn't finish this long car commercial. Bond, as per usual, behaves following the same logic as Bella in the Twilight Saga. The film is formulaic and utterly boring.

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If you, like me, had some doubts about Daniel Craig’s as a 007, No Time To Die has changed that. The non stop action and suspense thrilled me, proving that the bumped up running time was worth every minute. It has everything you want and expect in a bond film plus more. Just a few characters at M16 were a tad bitchy but tolerable, at least they try keep us safe from the bad guys.
Still feeling this could be my favourite bond film.

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Goodbye Mr. Bond. Your death was phenomenal.

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What garbage did I just sit though. BORING. Probably the worst bond movie I've seen. They sure tell their plan right out in plain sight though.

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wow what a movie this was, people complaining saying its too long, its BOND what do you expect. Great plot to it. I will be watching it again soon

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Most of the action scenes were boring, gadgets were neither innovative nor interesting.
New 007 went on my nerves from minute one with her "Does that make you angry?" Which I assume was meant for the audience and not Bond...

To top it all off: No Bond girls (Madeleine doesn't really count and I hope that no one counts the daughter...)

If she is going to lead the future movies, I can tell you right now: I'm not going to watch it.

Its not a bad movie, but other than the names being used, its not a Bond movie either.

Good thing though: Other than the passive aggressiveness of the new 007 the SJW-crowd seemingly didn't manage to take over the franchise (yet). So there is hope it will survive.

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They killed James Bond for a female 007. Next target--Superman. Beyond the usual misandrist brainwash, another Hollywood action movie that fails to innovate. Been there, done that.

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A commendable farewell to Craig's Bond in the franchise's most emotional entry. Starts out great and looses its pace towards the ending. The new villain is too bland and the conclusion is obvious early on. Wonderful stunt-work and good cinematography.

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Great movie from start to finish. Also good ending for Daniel. Best of all the Daniel Craig movies in my opinion!

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The usual Bond stuff, without the multiple sex or crappy one liners.

Don't like the character, never have, I guess it's good that it hasn't changed much (for those who like this tosh)

The 'James bond will return' after the credits doesn't help with the ending.

hoped it was gonna say '007 will return'

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A must watch if you have seen all the other Bond’s featuring Daniel Craig, you won’t be disappointed

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No Time To Die starts where Spectre ends and is definitely a befitting closure to Daniel Craig's James Bond Character. No Time to Die offers jaw-dropping action sequences, cool technological advancements, wicked humor, and a sensual relationship between Bond and Madeleine. The screenplay is scratchy though and times become more conversational but overall the narrative and mystery keep you guessing and anticipating. Cary Joji Fukunaga doesn't compromise on the locations of the shoot as the film opens in a snow-filled location, goes to Norway during cross-country car chases. Stunts were filmed in the forests of Cairngorms, and at the Ardverikie Estate on the shores of Loch Laggan. Bond 25 ends on a disputed island between Russia and Japan. The end made me a tad emotional with the way it concludes. No Time To Die is a brilliant Bond film to cherish.

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First James Bond movie i watch ever. Throughly enjoyed it. Definitely will watch Casino Royal and other Daniel Craig’s movies of this franchise.

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The more I think about the different scenes in this movie, the certain characters and how much time was or was not given to them, the cool music that was drowned under deafening gun sounds, the smaller my score gets. It used to be 7.

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it was ok but like every James Bond movie baddy is insane and then .... you know the rest.
Ana de Armas as a cuban spy was amazing :D

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It's boring, full of plot holes, the woke stuff is idiotic like the writer of this movie, forgettable villain and mary sues, the best thing is craig's bond is dead, unfortunately they kill the whole franchise with him.

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If this had been released in 2020 as originally planned, it might have challenged the pandemic for the worst thing of the year. At its best it’s a throughly bland story of a guy being miserable and tortured. (Bit like the dreadful title track) No bond magic, all the usually wow set pieces seem like a retreat of previous films .
So what do I really hate, the fact they gave bond a daughter ? No that’s just about what I’d expect from this rubbish.
Do I hate they killed bond ? Yes but only because there was no real reason, the island they bombed had no immediate threat. bond is meant to stand for queen and country, surely the action they took would lead to a less safe world and potentially a wider conflict. It’s basically suicide because he couldn’t see his girlfriend and daughter anymore, not exactly to character is it. Well done Danny Boyle for walking away from this.
I dread the direction the franchise will go after this, I can only imagine

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It‘s the best of the Bonds with Craig in it. Doesn’t match the old ones but nevertheless an enjoyable movie.

The action was good, the story ok, humor was fine. Despite the length it didn’t lag.

But: a Bond without toys (except the old Austin, the watch and the „plane“) is no bond. And he didn’t even end up in any beds, how could that be???

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Worth the wait.
Worth the money.
Worth the tears.
This is the finest James Bond movie you will ever see.
The king is dead, long live the king.
9/10

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Never seen a Bond movie in the cinema. This was a poor introduction. Very, very overlong, and very frequently boring, including often in the "exciting" bits. The only moments that really made me sit up in amazement were the motorbike stunts early on (but I'd already seen those in the trailer) and trying to work out exactly how that stunning Cuban dress worked...

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Terrible, like all Craig Bond movies. Sorry. I forced myself through all of his Bond movies and now erasing them from my mind.

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I wasn’t a big fan of daniel craig as james bond and his movies beforehand were alright but not brilliant but he’s proven me wrong with no time to die thats become my favourite James bond, plot was sound, one liners were fun, action was class and the cast were great but wasn’t a big fan of lashana’s character or even acting and ana de armas should of had more time with her character.

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There are all the things you expect from a Bond movie here…the one liners, the action, the lovemaking, the global locations…but it’s also a film that surprises, in more ways than one. I’m saying nothing more so as to avoid spoilers, but if you’re a Bond fan (particularly of the Craig era), you will like this. It’s not perfect - it drags around the midsection - but there is still a lot to enjoy.

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Wasn’t really impressed by this one... I think I was expecting a bit more from a James Bond movie

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Shout by Teuben
2021-10-01T13:49:45Z— updated 2021-10-28T06:10:25Z

Watch Spectre before watching this, even if you've already seen it.
This will prevent you from scratching your head in confusion for the first half of the movie. It's been 6 years, I completely forgot about the events and characters in Spectre and they are pretty much required knowledge unless you don't care about the details of who is who and what is what at all.

Having said that, No Time to Die was an okay bond movie. It has some of the classic, humorous, near impossible, bond moments from the old bond movies while also having the more serious, emotional, sometimes frustrating, moments we expect to see in the modern ones.

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„Do you know what time it is? …Time to die!“
Bond 25 is now finally available in cinemas after being delayed almost two years. The wait was definitely worth it as MGM delivers a great new entry in the long running Bond franchise and a worthy final outing for Daniel Craig as the famous spy. I must say the ending is bitter sweet and I would have maybe liked a different outcome to the characters story. But still the movie is highly entertaining, very well acted and never gets boring despite its long runtime. I‘m really excited to see what the writers/producers will do next with the character of James Bond. And for sure it will be even more interesting who will play the next Bond.

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Oh my God, what was this? This was by far my biggest disappointment of the Covid era big movies. First it was way too long for no good reason.

The ending infuriated me. Was that the response in the first sight of trouble? To die and abandon your family? Don't they know that science advances? Maybe in few years they can create things to counter that. Especially that it's synthetic nanobots. They can create nanobots that go inside and kill them. We can create vaccines that attack biological viruses. Attacking computer made stuff should be easier. In worst case scenario, they know that zoom and Skype exist, right? Doesn't he want to stay isolated and see her daughter and talk to her for longer? And they had the gall to say at the end, James Bond will return? Really? As the walking dead?

This was Daniel Craig's worst Bond by far for me. I just consider this never happened. The last movie had a pretty good ending.

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tells you all about what is happening to us now

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Are you jokeing about the new 007? Right?

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Good ending to the Daniel Craig Bond era

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Depending on which Bond has been your favorite from the several who have played him, this might not be flashy enough. Daniel Craig's Bond has always been more like Sir Sean Connery's, so less flash and more evil. But I think almost all Bond fans will still enjoy it. It's a little shocking at certain points as they eliminate certain key players. The ending isn't what any Bond fans will expect. I sure as hell didn't see it, except got a feeling there in one of the last scenes because I saw an interview with Craig saying this is the absolute last one. It is a magnificent send off.

To me, maybe a couple scenes could have been better, but really 9.5 . I debated round down or up and decided it deserved the round up.

It's long, so non Bond fans might be a bit whiny about it. Honestly, to me they left a little bit they shouldn't have on the floor because it was getting long. A little more in a couple of scenes would've put it at 10. Hoping they release a director's cut.

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I liked everything, the story, the script, the dialogue, the actors and the actions. It was entertaining, and kept me on my edge. Too bad he is supposedly dead … is it tte end of Bond, James Bond?

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Better than I thought it would be. the story has so many giant plot holes and it could have been 40 min shorter but all in all that to bad

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After the last few Bond films have got predictable I was prepared for this just to be something on in the background while doing other things. I was pleasantly surprised. Yes it's Bond saves the world plot was there, but there was more of a sub plot with a storyline.
It was good to see some of the Aston Martins have the cobwebs blown off them, Bond isn't Bod without the Astons. The finale was a fitting tribute to Daniel Craigs portrayal of the character and when you leave a franchise like this you want to go out with a bang.

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Probably the best one since Casino Royale.

Hope the next bond is a little less serious. Enough of the tragedy for one cycle

Ana da armas should have been given more screen time.

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So much old burden ruin this half baked movie. What a tragedy. I hope they get rid of all the cast except moneypenny to get a good start for the next bond.

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The James Bond Films
1 Eon films
1.1 Dr. No (1962) https://trakt.tv/movies/dr-no-1962
1.2 From Russia with Love (1963) https://trakt.tv/movies/from-russia-with-love-1963
1.3 Goldfinger (1964) https://trakt.tv/movies/goldfinger-1964
1.4 Thunderball (1965) https://trakt.tv/movies/thunderball-1965
1.5 You Only Live Twice (1967) https://trakt.tv/movies/you-only-live-twice-1967
1.6 On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) https://trakt.tv/movies/on-her-majesty-s-secret-service-1969
1.7 Diamonds Are Forever (1971) https://trakt.tv/movies/diamonds-are-forever-1971
1.8 Live and Let Die (1973) https://trakt.tv/movies/live-and-let-die-1973
1.9 The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) https://trakt.tv/movies/the-man-with-the-golden-gun-1974
1.10 The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) https://trakt.tv/movies/the-spy-who-loved-me-1977
1.11 Moonraker (1979) https://trakt.tv/movies/moonraker-1979
1.12 For Your Eyes Only (1981) https://trakt.tv/movies/for-your-eyes-only-1981
1.13 Octopussy (1983) https://trakt.tv/movies/octopussy-1983
1.14 A View to a Kill (1985) https://trakt.tv/movies/a-view-to-a-kill-1985
1.15 The Living Daylights (1987) https://trakt.tv/movies/the-living-daylights-1987
1.16 Licence to Kill (1989) https://trakt.tv/movies/licence-to-kill-1989
1.17 GoldenEye (1995) https://trakt.tv/movies/goldeneye-1995
1.18 Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) https://trakt.tv/movies/tomorrow-never-dies-1997
1.19 The World Is Not Enough (1999) https://trakt.tv/movies/the-world-is-not-enough-1999
1.20 Die Another Day (2002) https://trakt.tv/movies/die-another-day-2002
1.21 Casino Royale (2006) https://trakt.tv/movies/casino-royale-2006
1.22 Quantum of Solace (2008) https://trakt.tv/movies/quantum-of-solace-2008
1.23 Skyfall (2012) https://trakt.tv/movies/skyfall-2012
1.24 Spectre (2015) https://trakt.tv/movies/spectre-2015
1.25 No Time to Die (2021) https://trakt.tv/movies/no-time-to-die-2021

2 Non-Eon films
2.1 Casino Royale (1967) https://trakt.tv/movies/casino-royale-1967
2.2 Never Say Never Again (1983) https://trakt.tv/movies/never-say-never-again-1983

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:heart: x8
I am sad to see Daniel Craig go. But this was a great swan-song for his outings as Bond. They went back to the ol' huge (mostly) underground, fantastical island lair for the bad guy. At least the bad guy repurposed an old missile base rather than building his own brand new, what would certainly, be a multi-trillion $ lair. lol The action was good - lots of fun practical stunts.

How I rate:
1-3 :heart: = seriously! don't waste your time
4-6 :heart: = you may or may not enjoy this
7-8 :heart: = I expect you will like this too
9-10 :heart: = movies and TV shows I really love!

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Quite Wagnerian in some ways; thank God for Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

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Daniel Craig's era has rebuilt the character along a path that brings the earthly to him to bury him as a myth. There has been a lot of deaths around, and precisely "No time to die" begins (and ends) in a grave. The connection to "On her Majesty's secret service" defines his emotional journey, but the vehicle used is lazy, repetitive, as if it didn't know how to let go of the legacy left by other 007 agents.

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Make sure to watch till the very end cause James Bond Will Return

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There’s a few nice gimmicks for fans of the original Bond-films and this might have been the only actually good Bond with Daniel Craig. Some of the dialogues and script was surprisingly bad but overall, there’s some nice sentimental pieces (e.g. OHMSS or the whole machine gun and smoke screen car).
I am not happy with the ending because it basically ends the Bond franchise and gives rise for a 007 spinoff, which might be good on itself, but I am more of an old-school Bond fan.

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A perfect closure for Daniel Craig as 007!

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Overly long but entertaining and a fitting end to Daniel Craig's James Bond persona. Craig gave his full involvement physically in this movie and the stunts were again over the top, and sometimes a bit unbelievable, probably thanks to CG. Ana De Armas absolutely stole the sequence in Cuba, and isn't even on the actors list below..

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That was ONE HELL of an ending to the amazing run of Daniel Craig as James Bond, I don't think I'll ever forget it.
I've seen most of the James Bond films that have been made but this one was just something different.

You have all the time in the world

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Another long awaited movie that is just ok.

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Shout by Keldian
Spoilers2021-11-11T01:36:16Z— updated 2021-11-14T01:59:58Z

The writing quality sure has taken a nosedive since Casino Royale. I don't recall all the enemies being such stormtroopers in previous instalments; you get an extra dose of wokeness with the new 007 agent; and then a Rami Malek who doesn't cut it–too young to be consistent with the story, can't hide being American, and his lines are delivered like he's reciting announcements.

Both villains can't just be human beings, they have to be dramatically philosophical about everything they have to say. The obsession with hurting Bond emotionally rather than simply killing him... when that gets in the way of a masterplan involving nanotech factories and genocide, you stretched it too far. Safin could have killed Bond and his girls several times over but basically chose to die to pull off a trick.

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A good ending. Hope the series will stop here.

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This was really boring and too long. Needed to split it into two sessions because I couldn't stand it.

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Too. Damned. Long. This is undoubtedly one of the better Bond films. It plays down the silliness while still being fun. It's just way longer than any movie should be. I'll give it another watch soon (maybe after running through the DC Bond movies in order) but over two and a half hours is too long. Schedule an intermission maybe?

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pretty good movie, not excellent cuz of cliche story but overall nice.

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Totally ninja! Feels like classic 1960s bond with the opening spiral and the Aston Martin. Billie Eilish vocals in intro music is spot on.

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favorite Bond Film so far, thank you very much

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Ohhh yes another badass historic character that suddenly has a daughter out of nowhere then dies. Great storyyyy.

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Craig's Bond deserved better... Disappointing...

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A great Bond Movie. Goodbye Daniel Craig. :wave: so who will be the next Bond :thinking:

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Movie was good but there were too many subplots for my taste. I dragged on for a little bit too long. And I found the villain to be super annoying, but that's just me.

Action scenes were great though!

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I tried to watch this but could only find ones with betting adds on them is it out yet?

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"We Both Eradicate People To Make The World A Better Place."

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I'm a HUGE "007"maniac I didn't want to give a rating soon after the first time I saw it, because I really wasn't impressed with the movie. I just got back from seeing it my second time and still feel the same way about it.

Although Daniel Craig is now my new favorite "Bond" his final installment falls short with no real back story on "Safin" who manages to accomplish something 007 has spent his entire career trying to do, and didn't even brake a sweat.

It just seems like it was meant to be a two-parter or lots of it was left on the cutting room floor.

I think before you watch this installment you should watch "ON HER MAJISTY'S SECRET SERVICE " first. that "BOND" found the right chemistry to even make me cry.

All that being said it's "JAMES BOND" BABY, I'll see it several more times in my life span. after all, it's not the worst one by far.

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Bond is like your cousin who always wants to hang out with you and tries so hard to be likeable that you have to pity-friend them.

No Time to Die spends so much time trying to be the ultimate Bond with the ultimate villain and the ultimate love story that it ends up spread pretty thin. It's ultimately likeable but won't leave you wanting more because, after 2 hours and 43 minutes, it overstays its welcome.

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Best bond movie ever! I loved every minute of it.

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As a person whose first Bond film (that he enjoyed anyway) was Casino Royale... This was a fitting conclusion to Daniel Craig's tenure as Bond. I thoroughly enjoyed it far more than I expected it, and believe the runtime was needed to do it justice. I mean, they could have made it snappier... But I'm finding I prefer longer films, especially when it comes to a finale of sorts. I felt laughter, I felt tears. It was well worth the wait.

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Magnificent without being perfect and an incredible send off for the Craig Bond. As a fan of the books and OHMSS in particular this was so very special. Brilliant moments of call back/reflection, great new and returning supporting characters, this had everything. I shed a tear at the end.

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very solid action movie and a great little send off Daniel Craig

a lot of people didn't like the ending but I thought it was perfect it was a great emotional gorgeous looking moment I didn't really like the main villain pretty cookie cutter revengeful world ending psychopath but his acting was great and the way he gets his ultimate revenge on bond is perfect

the action scenes are great the pacing is pretty solid the movie never felt like it had a slow part which I have felt in the past Craig movies

I thought the lighting in the camera work was amazing in this movie so many just great shots

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Dammit, Bond. Can I get my time back? Wasn't impressed ...

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As a movie, it's fine, as a plot it's confusing and convoluted.

Lyutsifer Safin isn't a fleshed-out character, the first half the movie his motivations are clear, the second half of the movie and the major threat have no stated purpose or reason - just a mentioned threat. There is an off-handed comment that's ham-fisted and isn't propagated by other characters or the movie itself and feels incredibly out of place.

It is clear to me that the initial script writer made an excessively long movie and it was edited down to a passable film lacking solid story telling in the conflict, particularly in regard to Safin.

Which taints an otherwise great movie.

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You can imagine why I’ve come back to play

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The Rami moments were way too long, some of the fights were too. Otherwise watchable; even a tad funny. If it didn’t carry the weight and context of the franchise, it would have been mediocre. As is, it’s enjoyable.

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A shockingly stunning ending to a masterful era! Daniel Craig is my favourite Bond since Casino Royale, but here he shows why he's the best of all. Don't let anyone spoil the ending for you. Unforgettable!

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Bond makers take some big swings. That's all I can say.

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We've been expecting you for quite some time, Mr Bond.

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Thursday 00:00 release at its best! Movie was awesome as expected

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Première expected Oct 2021. Probably cinema release?

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How on earth have 18k people managed to watch this? hahaha

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