No Time to Die, No Time to Die already had its exclusive premiere night in London and we were able to see the stars in their best clothes, including the Royal Family. Many members of the press had access to a limited screening and the first reactions are already appearing on social media. After a long wait caused by the coronavirus pandemic, we will finally have the opportunity to see Daniel Craig’s latest adventure as James Bong. Have you managed to pass the test as a worthy farewell?
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Titled in Spanish No time to die, this film becomes the 25th of the entire Bond franchise and the fifth to star Craig. The actor started his career as the famous spy in 007: Casino Royale – 95% of 2006, starting high, stumbling on 007 Quantum – 64% and 007 Specter – 65%, but picking up on 007 Operation Skyfall – 93%. They have been difficult years for James for a variety of reasons, from a writers’ strike to last-minute changes of directors. Despite the above, Bond 25 o No Time to Die He knew how to make his way and tomorrow we will have it available on the billboard.
After the expected exclusive launch of a movie in which members of the press have a place, social networks are filled with reactions of all kinds. Fortunately, No Time to Die seems to have freed all the rocks that made the previous films trip: the first comments do not condemn her, rather they appreciate her arrival and skills to transform into a farewell letter at the height of 007. One of the biggest fears of her fans it was that the director and the writers did not know how to handle the goodbye, as happened with 007: Another Day to Die – 57% in 2002, Pierce Brosnan’s nauseating final film as James Bond. But this is not the case.
The first reactions to No Time to Die they are generally positive, highlighting some small errors that ultimately do not hinder the circle of the Bond story. But in these cases it is the public who has the final decision on the quality of a film, the fans will criticize soon. Here are the initial reactions of No Time to Die.
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The wait was worth it. What a way to end Daniel Craig’s James Bond career. It has some interesting twists that I can’t say I expected, but hey, after so many decades, I have a few surprises left. I really enjoyed all the action and work from Cary Joji Fukunaga. A fitting ending.
The wait was worth it. Way to finish Daniel Craig’s #JamesBond run. It’s got a few interesting twists I can’t say I was expecting, but hey, after so many decades, gotta have some surprises left. Really enjoyed all the action and callbacks Cary Joji Fukunaga fit in. A fitting finale
– Monica Castillo (@mcastimovies) September 28, 2021
No Time to Die is mostly bullshit, an absurd plot on the level of Roger Moore. But I love Roger Moore and he was in the mood for a ridiculous plot. Craig is great. (Although the ending tries to go for something moving and heavy and I did not connect with that part).
NO TIME TO DIE is mostly nonsense, Roger Moore-level absurd plot. But I love Roger Moore and was in the mood for a ridiculous plot. Craig is great. (Though the ending tries to go for something poignant and heavy and I wasn’t into that part.)
– Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) September 28, 2021
Wow, No Time to Die is BIG. Relentless action that manages to be both playful and contemplative. Like the hero himself, there are flaws and mistakes. But the film belongs entirely to Daniel Craig, whose narrative construction across five films closes the circle.
Wow – #NoTimeToDie is BIG. A relentless dash of action that manages to be both playful and contemplative. Like the hero himself, there are flaws and mistakes. But the film fully belongs to Daniel Craig, whose building narrative over five films comes full circle. pic.twitter.com/cwkjbGRJll
– Brandon Katz (@Great_Katzby) September 28, 2021
No Time Die has everything you want in a James Bond movie: action, excitement, jaw-dropping sequences. She is also surprisingly sincere and hopeful. There are definitely some surprises, so avoid spoilers. The action is absolutely incredible. I loved.
#NoTimeToDie has everything you want in a James Bond film: action, thrills, jaw-dropping sequences. It’s also surprisingly heartfelt and hopeful. There are definitely some surprises, so avoid spoilers. The action is absolutely incredible. I loved it. pic.twitter.com/9YQYArKIwv
– Dan (@Danimalish) September 28, 2021
No Time to Die is an elegant, if a bit long, final chapter of James Bond with Daniel Craig. Congratulations to the cinematographer, Linus Sandgren. Ana de Armas really kicks butt in a small role.
No Time to Die is a classy if slightly long last chapter for Daniel Craig’s James Bond. Kudos to cinematographer Linus Sandgren. Ana de Armas kicks some serious ass in a small role. #NoTimeToDie
– Gregory Ellwood – The Playlist 🎬 (@TheGregoryE) September 28, 2021
No Time To Die was worth the wait. Daniel Craig is fantastic on his final mission as James Bond. I am stunned with the ending. Wow.
#NoTimeToDie was well worth the wait. Daniel Craig is fantastic in his final mission as #JamesBond. I’m floored by the ending. Wow. 👏🏾
– Nathaniel Brail (@NateBrail) September 28, 2021
No Time to Die is very good. I am more relieved than anything else. I was worried when entering. In a way, it’s Daniel Craig’s dumbest and most serious farewell. Above all the first.
NO TIME TO DIE is very good. I’m more relieved than anything else. I was worried going in.
It’s somehow the silliest and most serious Daniel Craig outing. Mostly the former.
– Josh Horowitz (@joshuahorowitz) September 28, 2021
The absolutely perfect way to say goodbye to Daniel Craig’s time as 007. No Time To Die recalls every element that made his introduction to Casino Royale so iconic. A perfect blend of old and new, buckle up, this is the best Bond can get.
The absolutely perfect way to bid farewell to Daniel Craig’s time as 007. #NoTimeToDie throws back to every element that made his introduction in Casino Royale so iconic. A perfect blend of old and new, buckle up y’all this is as good as Bond can get.
– 🍅Jacqueline🍅 (@THATJacqueline) September 28, 2021
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