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      Add in a stellar performance from Daniel Craig, gorgeous cinematography from Director of Photography Linus Sandgren, and great direction from Cory Joji Fukunaga, and it’s one of the year’s best and an all-time Bond film.

      Full Review | Feb 10, 2023

      It's filled with a spectacularly grand "this is the end" feeling and heartfelt drama that is unquestionably earned after all of these years.

      Full Review | Original Score: 8.5/10 | Dec 30, 2022

      No Time to Die is an amalgam of all that has been the Craig Bond experience. The thrills are all still there and the action segments are among the best the franchise has offered.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4 | Nov 22, 2022

      The 25th installment of the long-running spy series: James Bond film franchise. The blockbuster film's plot opened with a prologue explaining how Agent 007 James Bond's (Daniel Craig in his last outing as MI6 agent) former partner and psychotherapist

      Full Review | Original Score: A | Oct 12, 2022

      The action scenes aren’t particularly memorable like the parkour scene in Casino Royale. There’s no weighty grief in the way Bond nurses a broken heart in Quantum of Solace, and surely none of the bitterness or existential dread from Skyfall.

      Full Review | Original Score: 2/5 | Oct 5, 2022

      No Time to Die is just this bloated, lumbering thing that is bogged down by the weight of what came before and it just ponders along until it collapses.

      Full Review | Sep 8, 2022

      Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, “No Time to Die” comes packaged with everything you want from a Bond movie – big action, even bigger characters, plenty of style, and a special dash of heart.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5 | Aug 17, 2022

      Franchise familiarity bubbles away in the film's veins, expectedly, but Fukunaga knows what to shake, stir, change and challenge, and what makes a moving, ambitious and entertaining farewell.

      Full Review | Aug 13, 2022

      ... A dark and assured piece of filmmaking, enjoyable from start to finish.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/5 | Jul 29, 2022

      Sometimes overexplains, and at times the script is condescending... though it leaves you satisfied in the end. Good fan service. [Full review in Spanish]

      Full Review | Jul 6, 2022

      Not the perfect send-off, but enough brilliant set-pieces.

      Full Review | Jun 23, 2022

      Fukunaga nurtures Bond’s emotional journey — such as it is; he’s not a master of brutality like John Wick, but neither is he Anne of Green Gables — down the home stretch.

      Full Review | Jun 13, 2022

      The film leaves one with a bittersweet farewell to the legacy that Craig has cemented while also maintaining a sense of optimism for what the future may hold.

      Full Review | Original Score: 8/10 | Jun 5, 2022

      All in all, No Time To Die is as Bond as you can get with action and car chases aplenty, witty dialogue and jokes to be had, but most of all, it is a befitting send-off to Craig’s iconic rendition of the much loved MI6 agent.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | May 26, 2022

      As Bond villains go, Safin checks off a lot of boxes: a scheme with globally catastrophic implications? An island hideout? A weird name ("Lyutsifer")? It's just too bad Malek manages to be even less menacing than Dominic Greene.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | Apr 19, 2022

      Fukanaga delivers a good-looking movie with a couple of fine action sequences, but No Time to Die doesn't dazzle.

      Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/4 | Apr 16, 2022

      NO TIME TO DIE is a visually stunning, emotional showdown of the Daniel Craig era. Cary Joji Fukunagas film has the usual 007 ingredients, but still goes a step further and serves us a Bond that we have never experienced before.

      Full Review | Original Score: 8/10 | Apr 8, 2022

      Craig comes back to the role of Bond in full form, while Waltz and Malek both deliver the goods in terms of creepy Bond villainy. Ana De Armas damn near steals the movie.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4 | Mar 13, 2022

      What keeps this bulky ship afloat? A sturdy star turn from Craig, for one.

      Full Review | Mar 10, 2022

      An excellent achievement.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4 | Mar 6, 2022

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