No Time To Die Movie Review — Goodbye, Mr. Craig! You will be sorely missed…

It’s not a perfect film and has its flaws, mainly an under-developed villain and some moments full of bloat towards the end, but overall, it’s a solid Bond film made with a specific purpose in mind — to bid farewell to Daniel Craig. And it serves its purpose well enough, despite not being a timeless classic like Casino Royale or Skyfall.

3 Responses to “No Time To Die Movie Review — Goodbye, Mr. Craig! You will be sorely missed…”

  1. A fine, detailed review Saket! I couldn’t agree with you more. You are kinder to the film than I am. But that’s fine. Overall, I enjoyed the film minus my concerns; which are not that earth-shattering.

    Thanks for the review.

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  2. Nice review. The connections to older Bond movies, you must have some memory!

    I remember my wife fell asleep in the opening sequence of Spectre!

    I need to watch Casino Royale, so many people say it’s the best Bond in Craig’s era.

    Nttd – I agree with your review. The length was the biggest drawback IMO.

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    • I’d like to claim I have a great memory but the truth is, I re-watched all of Craig’s Bond films before watching NTTD 🙂

      You definitely should watch Casino Royale. The opening action sequence alone is worth the experience.


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