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No Time to Die (2021)

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8/10: A Lot For All Bond...
Saturday, October 9, 2021

A Lot For All Bond Fans To Enjoy Because of a World Wide Pandemic which in some quarters has motives like the ruin the world, James Bond is back again trying to save the world. In order to do so he must deal with the old criminal organization Spectre and Blowfeld who has been the bad guys for many years it seems. The difference here is that they are really red herrings being used by a mad man who wants to kill a majority of the world's population using a high technology bug that is programmed to kill people by their DNA.For the long time Bond fan, the biggest hint about the movie is before the opening credits. There is a long sequence where Bond tells the lovely woman he is with they have "all the time in the world". The theme from his Majesty's Secret Service runs through the film. It's closing credits even feature...

8/10: Fitting Wrap Up I saw...
Friday, October 8, 2021

Fitting Wrap Up I saw "No Time To Die", starring Daniel Craig-Knives Out, Layer Cake; Rami Malek-Bohemian Rhapsody, 24_tv; Lashana Lynch-Captain Marvel_2019, Bulletproof_tv; Jeffrey Wright-Westworld_tv, the Hunger Games movies and Lea Seydoux-The Lobster, Mission:Impossible_Ghost Protocol.This is Daniel Craig's last outing as James Bond and it is a fitting wrap up, at almost 3 hours long. It's been 5 years since Daniel retired as a 00 agent-and the end of the last movie-when Jeffrey, his old C. I. A. Buddy Felix Leiter, shows up needing his help. A new bad guy, Rami, is wanting to unleash a biochemical weapon that targets a person by their DNA and Daniel is the only one that can stop him. Daniel meets his replacement, Lashana, that is using his old designation 007-it's just a number, remember-and Lea plays his love interest during his retirement. Lea & Rami...

6/10: Craig's last Bond film...
Friday, October 1, 2021

Craig's last Bond film is also his weakest The first 20-25 minutes are superb (from the music to the location to the acting to the action), but then the titles fall (cool titles, bland song), and the movie never quite reaches those heights again. For such a long, bloated running time it's too talky and surprisingly short on action; in fact, there are only two other notable set-pieces, the car chase in the woods and Ana de Armas brightening up the screen as an overeager, bubbly yet skilled and deadly agent. Most of the rest of the action is uninspired, and in the climactic sequence (just a regular attack-on-the-enemy-fortress we've seen hundreds of times) often dim and murky (Tomorrow Never Dies did this sort of thing much better, and so did some of the Roger Moore Bonds). The plot is formulaic (biological weapon....again), and its treatment of several key players...

5/10: It's just a number...
Sunday, October 10, 2021

It's just a number It takes 30 minutes to get to the opening credits. We discover Bond has a love in Madeleine (Léa Seydoux) and we discover she is the daughter of Spectre. After a near death experience Bond places her on a train and goes and lives on an island somewhere. He is drawn back into service with the re-emergence of the Heracles project which targets DNA and uses nanobots. Oh yeah. There is a remote island with a sinister lab on it.I am weary of the whole Spectre fight. The new personal aspects of Bond bored me. Daniel Craig is classless compared to Sean Connery and gets his hands way too dirty. The opening theme was lousy. It was certainly no "Diamonds are Forever." And the ending? Geesh. You thought fans were upset when Judi Dench was axed. I did like Ana de Armas as Paloma for the short time she was on the screen...

9/10: A fitting swan song for...
Friday, October 8, 2021

A fitting swan song for Craig as 007 delivers all the goods. NO TIME TO DIE (2021) ***1/2 Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear, Jeffrey Wright, Billy Magnussen, Christsoph Waltz, David Dencik, Ana de Armas, Dali Benssalah. Craig's swan song as 007 delivers all the goods with his brute force tactics and surprising vulnerability are on tap when his services are requested after 5 years retirement to stop baddie Lyutsifer Safin (silky Malek) from infiltrating a deadly nanobot virus via DNA into the world populace while also nursing his love for Seydoux who is in the mix in oh so many ways. Filmmaker Cary Joji Fukunaga (who collaborated on the screenplay with Nal Purvis, Robert Wade and Phoebe Waller-Bridge) infuses death-defying set pieces with visual flair to spare (best viewed in Imax) as well as some much needed dry wit and humor.

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