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No Time To Die Review: Daniel Craig's Last Movie as James Bond


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  • No Time To Die is an entertaining movie but for me it's a distant third, behind Casino Royale and Skyfall. 
  • It has great cinematography
  • It really does take Daniel Craig's Bond through a complete story arc.
  • Rami Malek has the look of a great villain but he really doesn't do much.
  • Ana de armas was entertaining during her lone sequence as a secondary bond girl but her character was a little lightweight. 
  • Lashana Lynch does well in her role, she gets involved in the action and still delivers a good amount of sophistication that we've come to expect from an MI6 agent.
  • All in all as entertaining as No Time To Die is, I suspect that fans will leave theaters wishing they had a little more meat. Some might even be disappointed but it was still a very enjoyable movie.
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