No Time To Die [Movie Review]

James Bond has left active service. His peace is short-lived when Felix Leiter, an old friend from the CIA, turns up asking for help, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.

No Time To Die what a great send off for Daniel Craig. Even thou this Bond film wasn’t the best of this saga with amazing Action pieces and having certain Homages from previous films No Time To Die leaves you with a mind set that this could’ve been better.

This film has a great cast and is not fairly used plus when they last just for a while. Seeing everyone back for one last film it was great but can’t say that when you don’t enjoy the cast members you wanted to see.

This film as well lacks of a memorable villain that in general in the film you really don’t know what is his main mission onto harming the world. You do see like a main mission for him but then it changes to another reason in a matter of minutes.

One other thing that i saw and felt like it was unnecessary to mention so many times and then just go on and leave it on the side. The fact of James Bond agent number 007 mentioning so many times that is a code Name and anyone can gain it to then have that scratched off.

In the end this film was fun and enjoyable with action and a good send off for Daniel Craigs James Bond. But i felt that this film was a little different from what James Bond is. No Time to Die is a fun and enjoyable Bond Film.

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