Mr. Bond, You Are Worth The Wait: No Time To Die Gets Killer Reviews
After we waited (and waited some more), No Time To Die is finally hitting cinemas across the world. The anticipated film is the 25th Bond movie in 60 years and Daniel Craig's last hurrah in the franchise, adding in a whole lot emotion buried in its heart.
In his final bow as the suave superspy, Daniel Craig delivered a tear-jerking performance that had the audience of the London premiere at the edge of their seat. Some critics went on to say that in Craig's final outing, James Bond finally came to life.
An epic, explosive and emotional swan song.
★★★★★ | No Time to Die
It’s better than good. It’s magnificent. With #NoTimetoDie, Daniel Craig's Bond has finally delivered on his initial promise – a moving portrait of an antiquated hero facing his own obsolescence https://t.co/ElmpTcfCUZ
— The Times (@thetimes) September 28, 2021
#NoTimeToDie is an epic last chance to fall for Daniel Craig's Bond. Review's in: https://t.co/GGh9eQE8tV pic.twitter.com/Y0P5VfUPnU
— Mashable UK (@MashableUK) September 30, 2021
#NoTimeToDie Review: "#DanielCraig gets the send-off he deserves," writes Saibal Chatterjee - 3.5 Stars (Out Of 5)https://t.co/yEXEzec6or pic.twitter.com/KbvqPQxGSf
— NDTV Movies (@moviesndtv) September 30, 2021
They aced it. https://t.co/iYrMW0I429 #NoTimeToDie
— Robbie Collin (@robbiereviews) September 28, 2021
Mr. Bond, it's been a great ride. Thank you for 15 years of exhilarating action and adventure, it's truly the end of an era.