Daniel Craig’s final go-round as Jimmy B is almost upon us – -and hot from the world premiere, and some media screenings around the globe, the verdict on “No Time to Die” is in!
An emotional experience, it seems.
Here’s some of the feedback!
NO TIME TO DIE ends this era of James Bond with a grand & spectacular finale. Wraps up the plots from previous films while pushing the boundaries of what the character can deliver. Rami Malek is one creepy Bond villain. Exciting, well-crafted & emotional. A toast to Daniel Craig! pic.twitter.com/80hLbNaGPQ
— Matt Neglia @NYFF (@NextBestPicture) September 28, 2021
No Time To Die is the big screen spectacle the world has been waiting for. A beautifully directed and emotional goodbye to Daniel Craig’s Bond. #NoTimeToDie is filled to the brim with spectacular action sequences, stunning set pieces, and jaw-dropping cinematography. A must-see. pic.twitter.com/fdyZ6oFOTx
— Scott Menzel (@ScottDMenzel) September 28, 2021
NO TIME TO DIE is a pretty enthralling Bond adventure with entertaining set pieces and flavors of classic moments in the franchise that will make diehards happy. Surprisingly emotional at times too. It’s an ambitious entry that gives Craig’s tenure a well-earned sendoff. pic.twitter.com/McAkn76zDy
— Josh Parham (@JRParham) September 28, 2021
No Time To Die is everything I wanted & more! A great farewell to Daniel Craig but honestly I wanted more Rami Malek! Yes it's long but whenever it felt like it was about to drag, it jumped right back in with adrenaline! Action packed from the start! Classic Bond! 🔥 #NoTimeToDie pic.twitter.com/Swuoh2o8Sd
— Tessa Smith – Mama's Geeky (@MamasGeeky) September 28, 2021
NO TIME TO DIE:
– lots and lots of cool gadget shit
– Ana de Armas whooping ass in a revealing dress
– Bond fights a one-eyed henchman in a straight-up Dan Flashes shirt
– creepy mask usage
– cool as hell secret villain lair
– Bond has jokes now
New BOND owns imho
— Scott Wampler™ (@ScottWamplerBMD) September 29, 2021
NO TIME TO DIE: Need more time to process, but I really liked it a lot — def better than Quantum & Spectre. It’s #DanielCraig’s most grounded and — dare I say it? — most intimate take on #JamesBond with a powerful, unexpected & very emotional payoff. Def worth the wait! pic.twitter.com/q5ladwndg0
— Scott Mantz (@MovieMantz) September 28, 2021
NO TIME TO DIE is a melodrama that’s masquerading as a blockbuster action movie, and I liked it a lot on those terms.
Little action, overlong, bad Rami Malek, and yet it’s extremely moving as an end-of-an-era epic about leaving the past behind
— david ehrlich (@davidehrlich) September 29, 2021
In ”No Time To Die”, 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.
“No Time to Die” commences September 30 in the UK, October 8 in the U.S, and November 11 in Australia.