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No Time to Die

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

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About the movie

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:

Français, Pусский, Español, 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:

$250,000,000

Box Office Sales:

$774,153,007

Awards:

Won 1 Oscar. 35 wins & 68 nominations total

Keywords:

poison, spy, forgiveness, family, british secret service, parents, global threat, nanobots

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Reviews

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Elliot C image

9 months ago

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A perfectly fine entry into the Bond world, with stylish tuxedos, vixens, and exotic locales. It’s the swan song for Daniel Craig, and it does well to revive old plot lines and characters for a sort of grand finale. The development of the villain, though, leaves something to be desired, and the movie seems about one or two scenes longer than it has to be. It may be trying to do too much, and some characters never really pan out. That all being said, best seen on the big screen, martini in hand.

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Svend Nielsen image

10 months 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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Bob Rose image

1 month ago

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I don't understand this latest Bond series with Craig, I feel like developing a story and the characters just doesn't happen much. Maybe I'm just older and expecting more, but it doesn't have the same feel as the old bond films.

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Logan Harrington image

4 months ago

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I’ve always been an incredible fan of James Bond, but I’ve seen so few of the films. This might genuinely be my favorite one in the long history of this franchise. Obviously this is the final film for Daniel Craig’s iteration of the character, but if it isn’t a fitting end for both the actor and his character, then I don’t know what a fitting end truly is. From start to finish, I felt for Bond and the actions he had to take. The action scenes throughout this are so much fun and showcase some of the best portions of action films out there. The conversational moments are great too though, such as those Bond has with M and Belfold. I never felt the runtime, and the score is absolutely perfect. All across the board, I loved this film.

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Jean-Baptiste Rieu image

5 months ago

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Great hommage to the series, extremely classic for a run that started by breaking a lot of codes.

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Jordi B image

8 months ago

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I think there was no need for this film. Daniel Craig would have been better off finishing his tenure as James Bond with Spectre. This is a tough movie to rate since I had really high expectations, but unfortunately, they were not met. I will simply list the things I liked vs the things I didn't like in an attempt to justify my rating. THINGS I LIKED - The action was ridiculous. There are some amazing action scenes throughout the movie that take the franchise to a whole new level. - The cinematography was amazing, especially considering the exotic destinations and the beautiful scenery. - Reference to past James Bond films. The movie is full of these, and they don't just reference Daniel Craig James Bond films, they reference a ton of films. There are sooo many references that I probably missed some. - Felix Leiter is back. It was great to see the character of Felix Leiter, played by Jeffrey Wright back in action. The actor and character are great. And Jeffrey and Daniel have great screen chemistry and banter. They work well together. - The character of Paloma was outstanding. I guess she is the only bond girl in the film and she kills it. Ana de Armas does a great job. She is funny, charismatic, beautiful, and a total badass when the sh.. hits the fan. I was hoping she would make another appearance later in the film. - And this is pretty much it. THINGS I DIDN'T LIKE - The first biggest problem is the villain. There is no villain. Technically you have Safin, but he is such a poorly developed character it's hard to care. He is a cartoon of a villain that shows up in the last second of the film and Blofeld was again a missed opportunity, just like in Spectre. - The pacing of the film is rough. They really tried to stretch this film to 2 hours and 45 minutes for zero reasons, creating some really long periods of pure boredom where zero happens. It really doesn't serve the plot at all. At times it was thought to stay awake. - The character of Madeleine is an interesting one, but the actress behind the character was a poor casting choice in my opinion. Léa Seydoux has zero charisma or personality and even less on-screen chemistry with Daniel Craig. This was already a problem in Spectre, and I was really hoping they were not going to bring her back. With a different actress maybe it would have worked better. - What was the point of the Nomi character? It is so forced and I am sorry to say but the actress Lashana Lynch did not have what it takes to pull it off. She lacked the charisma and the physicality for the character. Again, the actress behind the Paloma character was way more charismatic and physically capable, making the team up with Bond, way more believable. - What was the point of the ending, we know more Bond movies are coming, jajajajajaja. Knowing this it simply loses all its impact, in my opinion. - The gadgets are lacking, but this has been a theme with all the Daniel Craig films. These are my reasons for the rating. I am not sure if I will be rewatching this film any time soon. But it is a James Bond film, so I won't give it less than a 6, jajajajajaja. (Personal Bias).

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Sai Charan image

8 months ago

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A Gorgeous Finale 💯 This movie is everything a James Bond movie should be. A fitting way to bid farewell to Daniel Craig. Opening credits should have a special mention beautifully shown. Story, action, performances everything blends into fine elements that powers James Bond and entertain modern cinema lovers 💯 Ana de Armas steal the spotlight in her given small time.

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Troy Amado

9 months 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

9 months 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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10 months 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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Madalena Ferreira

2 months ago

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WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYY I HATE THIS MOVIE WHYYYYYYHHYYYYYYYYYYY

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Nia Noel-Parke

3 months ago

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was good movie, not gonna lie, was sad when james bond died because you think he is invincible and won’t ever die, but a good watch

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chris jackson

3 months ago

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Love bond. Just didn’t like the ending despite it being brilliant done.

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Nikhil Singh image

4 months ago

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I think this movie deserves to be watched several times. Not because it's a James Bond movie and an end of an era, or matter of fact that it's the 25th installment of the franchise, but because of the legacy of what each James Bond movie had left for it, with each story arc, and each character of James Bond that has ever been casted for the movie. No Time To Die was just the perfect tribute to the legacy that the franchise had it. Daniel Craig's performance if to sum it up was just phenomenal and deliberately outstanding. The stunts, the cinematography, the production, the sound score, the casting, the little little details to attention was just outstanding. This movie couldn't have been better, it couldn't have been more refined that it had been. And it was totally worth every wait and every second of it's runtime. No matter if you're a James Bond fan or not. From a movie nerd's perspective you'll still and will have a blast watching this movie out. (But make sure to watch the previous one's asap). Have a watch you'll not regret it.

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Dean Fletcher

4 months ago

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This kind of felt like what would happen if you blurred all the previous Craig Bond films together. Felt like I’d see it all before, but kiiiiinda killed 2 hours. I have No Time To Sit Through This Again

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Rebecka Almgren

6 months ago

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I regret not watching the other Bond-movies before this. Even though this was the first Bond movie for me it was so worth it. I cried up to the end. So beautiful movie, the acting the script everything. It’s so well done the feeling feels almost too real. AND THE MUSIC, amazing choise and edited. Really couldn’t look away for a second. Now I’m going to watch the other James Bond movies.

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Omkara Mukherjee

7 months ago

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Loved the film and whatever I expected I got out of the film and background scenes were just breathtaking

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Hannah Warnke

7 months ago

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this film got it all, the acting the action and the emotions. A honorable ending to the story of the 007 era with Daniel Craig!

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Pav Slyzyak

7 months ago

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It was a good film, but the plot was exactly the same as every other James Bond. Guarantee won’t watch this again, but was good to watch once

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Prateek Luhadiya

8 months ago

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Perfect end to an amazing saga. I was moved to tears by the end and that goes on to tell how Bond movies have moved from a no brainer spy thriller action to a franchise with stories to tell with more depth. Daniel Craig is my favourite Bond hands down. Will miss him.

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barrie colquhoun image

8 months ago

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Good film, great send off for Craig. Insane action, great production value and classy acting. There are issues though. Certain elements appeared woke, Bond put down and insulted on every level by the new superior female be 007 and as for the ending, I wont give it away but where is the bond franchise heading?

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Raf Ayes

9 months ago

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Daniel Craig's last outing as James Bond is his most phenomenal. My two years of patience paid off. Of all the Bond films of Craig I've seen, he always portrays a person who doesn't have a care in the world whether he lives or die. But in this film we see a Bond whose motivated to stay alive for he's love ones and I must tell you folks a Bond who doesn't want to die is the most dangerous Bond we could ever see. Daniel Craig's last outing as Bond is his best performance of all he showed us a more fragile and emotional Bond a magnificent send off to his near 2 decades career playing as James Bond and it perfectly fits the title No Time to Die. My only wish is to see more of Ana De Armas she's one hell of a femme fatale.

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Dylan Watson

9 months ago

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As someone who isn’t a James Bond fan, I personally felt this movie was rightly paced, didn’t drag on for a viewer and had the right amount of action as drama. I wasn’t a big fan of the ending however, i would recommend everyone to go and see this movie

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Paul Blatch

9 months ago

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It was the most James Bond film of the Daniel Craig lot and I really enjoyed it. Beautifully shot!

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F A

9 months ago

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Packed with lots of action, ended with a bang. No innovative storyline here, as in its a generic spy and bond film - but thats expected. Overall, enjoyed it.

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Mads Dalgaard

10 months 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

10 months 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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BBC Culture image

10 months 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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10 months 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

10 months 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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