Char Hernandez’s review published on Letterboxd:
⭐ Critic View: 4.5/5
Casual View: 💯
I still haven't seen 𝐍𝐨 𝐭𝐢𝐦𝐞 𝐓𝐨 𝐃𝐢𝐞 but I took the time to watch what I consider one of the most frustrating movies I've ever seen in my life.
And I say Skyfall is problematic because every time I wanted to watch it, something happened that interrupted me from finishing it. I would always watch the beginning, then something would happen and I would watch 5 minutes in the middle and the last few moments of the movie (I was even able to watch Specter first and the whole thing).
But almost 10 years later and after many interruptions I can say that this is still
It's funny how while watching this movie I could feel like I was watching The Dark Knight again.
A slightly convoluted but very intriguing and exciting thriller showing for the first time a Bond who is physically vulnerable but still proves to be astute and agile along with the charm that Daniel Craig can inject into the 007 character, backed by an impeccable cast.
Packed with well filmed action sequences and some incredible shots.
This film along with Specter for my taste are perhaps the Bond films with the best cinematography.
Not to mention Javier Bardem as Silva. Unlike Mads this is an antagonist that manages to be at the height of the agent and a bond villain that can put in hacking
If there's one thing I could complete about this movie before, it's listening to Adele's extraordinary theme.