After a seemingly unending series of delays and pushbacks, James Bond is finally back in No Time to Die, and it sounds like Daniel Craig’s 007 swansong was worth the excruciating wait. Featuring the actor’s final outing as the iconic secret agent, the first reviews for No Time to Die are now in, with critics throwing 5-stars at the movie like so much confetti.
We begin with Peter Bradshaw from the Guardian, who gifted No Time to Die a perfect score of 5/5 and praised the movie’s approach to the long-running franchise, maintaining many of the cherished tropes whilst keeping things somewhat cemented in the real world.
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“No Time To Die is startling, exotically self-aware, funny and confident, and perhaps most of all it is big: big action, big laughs, big stunts and however digitally it may have been contrived, and however wildly far-fetched, No Time To Die