Alex Billington’s review published on Letterboxd:
I give this 4.25 stars but I'm rounding up on here because why not.
Quite satisfied with No Time To Die - a heavy "end of an era" movie in many ways. Finally a compelling, complex Bond movie again that plays with intriguing ideas (mainly with the characters and what's going on with MI6). But still a classic Bond - big sets, big stakes, big action, Russians, scientists, cars galore, guns galore, beautiful locations. My biggest complaint is that I wasn't impressed by Rami Malek's villain character, he doesn't amount to much. But everything else was damn good. Still doesn't top Skyfall or Casino Royale, but it's up there.
There is sooooooooooo much to talk about with my fellow Bond fans about this movie. SO MUCH. But only once everyone else has seen it because no spoilers... I am glad that they wrap things up this way with Daniel Craig, its been quite an era with his five Bond movies.