No Time To Die (2021) Review

How do you conclude a story that covers five films, fifteen years of making, and a world that has run a marathon of changes in the meantime? Cary Joji Fukunaga provides an answer with No Time To Die (2021), a troubled and uneven conclusion to the Daniel Craig era of James Bond. Among the many more and less lucrative universes created in cinema’s history, hardly any can boast such continuity as the Bondverse. Generations gasped at the consecutive adventures of the double-o-seven, and although the face has changed over the years, most of the incarnations carried a similar, gentleman’s bravado. … Continue reading No Time To Die (2021) Review