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☆ Sophie ☆’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
James Bond really said “No, time to die.” 🥲
I never thought I would ever cry during a James Bond movie but Hans Zimmer and director Fukunaga pulled it off big time. The final 10 minutes tore me to pieces in a way I cannot describe. I have no attachment to James Bond or the movie franchise but the mix of the imagery and score was tragically beautiful. It deserves all the stars for the music alone, however, there was not enough Ana De Armas… minus 1.5 stars >:0
Edit: forgot to mention that when the credits started rolling I kinda expected an after credits scene where Bond is having coffee with Catwoman in Italy.