No Time to Die is scripted and directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga. It is co-scripted by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli Barbara Dana Broccoli is an American film producer >> Read More... produced the film under Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Eon Productions. Daniel Craig Daniel Wroughton Craig, born on 2nd March 1968, is >> Read More... , Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux Lea Helene Seydoux is a French and American actres >> Read More... , Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw Ben Whishaw is a versatile English actor. He was b >> Read More... , Naomie Harris Naomie Harris is a very talented British origin ac >> Read More... , Jeffrey Wright Jeffrey Wright is an film actor. Jeffrey was born >> Read More... , Christoph Waltz One of the few German who penetrated Hollywood. He >> Read More... , and are cast. Linus Sandgren cranked the camera and Elliot Graham and Tom Cross edited the film. The music composition is by Hans Zimmer.
Lyutsifer Safin, a terrorist, murders Madeleine Swann’s mother. She shoots him, but he escapes. While chasing him, she fell into the lake and he rescues her. After a few years, Swann resides in Italy’s Matera. Swann and Bond didn’t have a smooth term and he accuses her of an issue. Some years later, a scientist was kidnapped from an M16 Laboratory. While handling the case, Bond meets Swann, who stays with Mathilde, her 5-year-old daughter. But, Swann says that she is not her kid. Meanwhile, Swann meets Safin and he blackmails her that he will infect her with some virus. Later, Swann reveals about him to Bond and they found out that he is fast approaching them. What happened next? Why is Safin following them? Did Bond save Swann and Mathilde? The rest of the story deals with it.
Daniel Craig satisfied his audience with his action as well as emotional performances. The rest of the cast did justice to the given roles.
Cary Joji Fukunaga did a fantastic job as a director. The script and screenplay are neatly penned and they are executed well by Cary. Though the film is 2 hours and 40+ minutes, it doesn’t make the audience get bored. Daniel Craig keeps his audience glued to the seats. The action sequences are well-choreographed and entertain the audience. The cinematography and VFX works are neat and impressive. The BGM gels well with the script.
The production values are good
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No Time to Die is an energy-giving feast for Bond movie lovers and Craig fans. If you love fast-paced action thrillers, then this is your cup of tea!