No Time to Die (2021)

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Directed By Cary Joji Fukunaga Cary Joji Fukunaga Starring Daniel Craig Daniel Craig  •  Ana de Armas Ana de Armas  •  Ralph Fiennes Ralph Fiennes  •  Léa Seydoux Léa Seydoux  •  Rami Malek Rami Malek Genres Action  •  Adventure  •  Based-on-20th-Century-Literature  •  Glamorized Spy Film  •  Spy Film Studios &
James Bond  •  Golden Globe Nominated  •  Academy Award Nominated  •  BAFTA Award for Best British Film Nominated  •  United Artists
Release Info 2021-09-28T00:00:00Z September 28, 2021
Color  •  163 minutes PG13 Rated PG13
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Skyfall vs. No Time to Die

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No Time to Die vs. Dune

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Comments (9)


Eagleskywalker87 on 10/4/2020 Reply  · 

Let's just face it now, this movie is never coming out...

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smatticus on 10/3/2021 Reply  · 

Won’t let me rank it (I suppose the release date given is the US one so it’s locked at the moment), but overall, it’s ok. Better than Quantum and Spectre, not as good as Casino Royale or Skyfall (not even close), a fitting send off for Daniel Craig with decent action sequences and cinematography but slow pacing and, save for his initial appearance which was genuinely chilling, a weak, unintimidating villain. I’ll be interested to see what others have to say once it gets a wider release, but for now, on first viewing, it’s going squarely in the middle of the pack, both for Daniel Craig’s tenure and the franchise as a whole.

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ChrisFilm85 on 10/10/2021 Reply  · 

I did not expect that ending... Otherwise, a grest actopn film and a great finale to Craig's Bond.

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MaximusSamus on 10/13/2021 Reply  · 

Might be biased from the hype coming off seeing it, but goddamn I absolutely loved this movie. Thought it was a damn perfect or close to it film - great action, storytelling and all filmic elements combined. Top Tier Bond film and Top Tier Spy film in general. One of the best I've seen. Absolutely enthralled by it. Fully engaging from end to end.

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eaglesflyhigh on 10/17/2021 Reply  · 

Great conclusion with some unique twists throughout! Wasn't crazy about the main plot that the villain was leveraging, but still had cool scenes and real character development to make it good overall.

Not better than Casino or Skyfall, but definitely better than Quantum & Spectre.

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JoeJoe1 on 10/20/2021 Reply  · 

Quitter suicide dying Bond just flat out sucked to high heaven.

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Batboy3000 on 8/14/2022 Reply  · 

I've been a Bond fan all my life, so it hurts to say that this is one of the worst in the series. I've enjoyed most of the movies, Daniel Craig's Bond really struck a chord with me. Casino Royale is my favourite Bond film of all time thanks to its intense action scenes and emotional story. Skyfall was similar in this way, but it felt closer to the older Bond movies in tone. Both movies successfully reinvented the Bond formula for the 21st century.

Unfortunately, NTTD feels nothing like a Bond movie. Spectre was mediocre, but it had its moments (The Day of the Dead sequence and train fight were pretty exciting). Like Spectre, NTTD suffers from the over-emphasis on Lea Seydoux's Madeline Swann. Bond lacks chemistry with Swann, especially when compared to Vesper, so their romance feels meaningless. Ana DeArmas has more chemistry with Craig in her 10 minutes of screentime than in the entirety of Swann's time in both Spectre and NTTD. NTTD's villain, Safin, is one of the weakest in the series besides Dominic Greene. His evil intentions suddenly changed midway through the movie. I also found him to be intimidating.

NTTD's action scenes are utterly forgettable for a Bond movie. They feel less exciting than those in Casino Royale and Skyfall. Heck, even Quantum of Solace's pre-title sequence and rooftop chase in Italy were more fun to watch than anything in NTTD.

The worst part of NTTD is its ending. I won't spoil anything, but all I have to say is that I was pretty pissed off leaving the theater.

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JimmyMcGill on 8/27/2022 Reply  · 

A dark and assured piece of filmmaking, enjoyable from start to finish.

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ChrisonFilm2 on 10/5/2022 Reply  · 

One of the best Bond films; Emotional, action-packed, confident and visually stunning

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