No Time to Die

No Time to Die ★★★★

No time to die is the latest in the James Bond franchise and is potentially the last time Daniel Craig will appear as James Bond. This movie has a great villain, called Safin, played brilliantly by Rami Malek. The relationship between James Bond and Madeleine Swann is really good and creates some great emotion in the movie, Lea Seydoux gives a great performance in the movie too. 

The start of the movie is really great, and sets the tone for the movie, seeing the flashback introduces us to the characters and the connection between the characters immediately. It is action packed, tense and emotional, a really great start too the movie.  The budget in this movie is high and allows for some great effects and cinematography, as well as a great soundtrack setting the tone for the movie, and increasing tension and emotion when needed. 

I have never seen any of the Bond movies however this movie helped me understand the story straight away, which shows how well it is done, it was easy to follow and pick up on important information. The movie is full of great action, and Daniel Craig gives a perfect performance, making Bond look so cool and composed when doing anything. Some of the kills and missions he has to complete in this movie, is choreographed really well. The movie has some really good emotion too particularly towards the end of the movie, despite only seeing this movie and not any of the others, I still felt the emotion, which shows how well the script is and the acting. 

Overall I’d rate this movie a 4 ⭐️ this is a really good action movie, and I would recommend anyone to go and watch this in the cinema, getting a great action packed experience. My only real complaint about the movie is the run time as there was a 30min period which dragged a little bit.

Coming soon🔜Shaun of the dead 

**** maybe the fact the villain stayed alive after being shot by the girl, was abit stupid. 

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