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No Time to Die

2021 . Adventure, Action, Thriller . 2h 43m

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254 total

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59K total

About the movie

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Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.

Rated:

PG-13

Language:

Español, Français, Pусский, English, Italiano

Release:

29 Sep 2021

Original Title:

No Time to Die

Genres:

Adventure, Action, Thriller

Length:

2h 43m

Produced By:

B25, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Danjaq Productions, Eon Productions Ltd., Universal Pictures, Cinesite Animation

Budget:

$242000000

Box Office Sales:

$452000000

Awards:

1 nomination

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Reviews

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Troy Amado

4 days ago

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Don't waste your money or your time on this one. A poorly thought-out piece of crap of a movie that shouldn't be part of the 007 franchise. As I sat in the theater I felt: "This Is A Great Time To Die".

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Emil Dithmer Schultz

5 days ago

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Not the best 007-actor nor James Bond movie to this date by my opinion, but I was entertained and the ending was pretty good. Although I’ve never really loved Daniel Craig in the part there were some moments in this movie where I really enjoyed his take on the legendary character.

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Mads Dalgaard

1 week ago

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Udmærket afslutning på Daniel Craigs Bond franchise. Han skriver dig ind som en af de bedste i rollen. Den sidste film har mange fine referencer til gamle film og en udmærket historie - dog synes jeg Rami Malek er lidt for svag som skurk og historien er lidt langtrukken. Glimrende slutning på filmen løfter den lidt op. Det er ikke den bedste Bond film og heller ikke den værste. Skyfall er stadig min favorit.

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George Hague image

1 week ago

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I went to the cinemas to see this ans fell asleep in the middle because it got a bit boring. But the last 40 minutes was pretty good, apart from the ending.

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Anwen Phillips

1 week ago

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It was good movie overall. I’m gonna be honest this is the first bond film I watched ( I know it’s shocking) but I still enjoyed none the less. My only problem I guess is some bits of the plot got a bit confusing to me, especially about the whole poison part.

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BBC Culture image

1 week ago

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Five stars for No Time To Die Cary Joji Fukunaga directs Daniel Craig in his final outing as Bond, in a film that rounds off the era with tremendous ambition and aplomb

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Brian H

1 week ago

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It helps to have seen the other Daniel Craig Bond movies since this is the completion of the story, but you can still follow along if not.

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Svend Nielsen image

1 week ago

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No Spoilers. I can see how people have mixed feelings about the movie but for me No Time To Die isn't only a good James Bond but actually also an excellent movie in general. It's a very good cinematic experience, has an interesting story and it felt like this movie was a love letter to Daniel Craig and the James Bond he created 15 years ago. I enjoyed it a lot and I don't think I've ever been looking forward to see the next James Bond movie as much as I am now.

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2 weeks ago

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📣 Top user review: In 2006 the first Bond movie with Daniel Craig - the wonderful reboot 'Casino Royale' - was supposed to show us how Bond became who he is. But they didn't stop there. Three Bond movies followed that exploited the character, showing him as vulnerable, dealing with his past, quitting the service several times and having a hard time figuring women or life out: 'Quantum of Solace' (2008) - a fast-paced hard-to-follow shakycam thrillride, 'Skyfall' (2012) with its ludicrous plot and a villain's scheme that made no sense and the heavily graded 'Spectre' (2015) with its clumsy script. Now, in 2021, No Time to Die, the longest Bond movie ever, is finally here after being delayed three times and oh man...this was actually great! No Time to Die is really a real treat. It is beautifully shot (IMAX cameras were used in many scenes) and wonderful to look at. The three big setpieces work fine. But they are much, much too short. The Hans Zimmer score is the best James Bond score, since David Arnold composed 'Casino Royale', meaning bombastic and melodic, with a couple of unexpected nods to earlier Bond movies. No Time to Die is well acted, and I have to say that Ana de Armas steals the show away from all other than Craig. Sadly her part was very small. Great chemistry between her and Bond. I hope to see her back as the half-drunk agent! The pacing is also mostly fine, there's a fair amount of thrilling edge-of-your seat moments and the locations are varied and put to good use as they should be (especially the Italy and Norway scenes). It is also the most emotional and bold Bond movie ever attempted. As a die-hard Bond fan, I have been pretty much disappointed with the last three, and after Terminator and Star Wars going woke I was a bit afraid that the Bond franchise would suffer the same fate. And yes...wokeness is certainly here to some extent, because in these times you can't have a suave unethical gambling self-assure single masculine womanizer roaming the silver screen. So they turned James Bond into a feminist family man who can't figure women or life out. This "alternative" take on the James Bond character may put some people off. It's not a huge issue for me though. The glamourous larger-than-life character WILL return one day. And I do miss THAT guy! The massive team behind this last Bond movie should be very proud! Much to my surprise, and against many odds, they actually nailed it!

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The Guardian Film Reviews image

2 weeks ago

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Daniel Craig’s Bond swan song takes aim at well-worn conventions Craig’s final outing as the secret agent is too long and needs a better villain, but attempts at real change to the 007 formula feel fun and fresh.

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Roxie Shipton

2 weeks ago

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I’m probably not the best to rate this as it’s not a genre I particularly enjoy. It’s ok. I was sleepy at some parts and the ending has me a little confused of how they can continue the franchise with the story they played out.

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New York Times Movie Reviews image

2 weeks ago

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His Word Is His Bond The 25th episode in the venerable franchise — and Daniel Craig’s last as 007 — finds its hero in a somber mood.

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Screen Rant image

2 weeks ago

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Daniel Craig's Bond Era Ends Personal & Explosive Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as Bond is replete with fantastic action sequences and an emotional center despite the final act being shaky.

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Samko Kavčák

2 weeks ago

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No Time To Die is absolutely beautiful. An emotional rollercoaster, filled with thrills, emotions and so many absolutely badass moments. Daniel Craig's James Bond's story is tied up perfectly with all the storylines from the previous films. The acting is amazing, the music by the legendary Hans Zimmer is emotional and incredibly intense, many themes in the movie relatable and handled expertly. It's so so worth the wait and I highly recommend everyone sees it.

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Lee Boardman

1 week ago

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Some good action at times but I was actually kinda bored for the most part. Sorry!

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