No Time To Die: A Disappointing And Forgettable Ending For James Bond

Director Cary Joji Fukunaga has created an impressive movie with No Time to Die, but unfortunately, for me this is not a true James Bond movie. I personally expected this 25th movie to be a breakthrough to help the movie franchise be forged again. But what I get are two words “boring”.

No Time To Die is the 25th film of the 007 spy series that brings me to the life and death battle of James Bond when facing the villain Safin. Unlike the eternal enemy Ernest Stavro Blofeld before, the character Safin (Rami Malek) with the image of a burned face and a mysterious, formidable mask carries out a terrible plan, causing James Bond to take action. “save” the world again.

However, like many other wars, James Bond is not alone because he always has a Bond Girl (Ana de Armas). In addition, in this movie, his partner Q (Ben Whishaw) will also return, and the brand new black female spy (Lashana Lynch), will create a good team together to support each other to perform. one of the most difficult and difficult missions in the history of the 007 series.

Despite receiving a lot of attention for being the breakup film of Daniel Craig – who played agent 007 after 14 years of being together, the film still follows the rather boring motif of the spy series that say them: a A weapon of mass destruction stolen by a villainous organization, James Bond, who is hiding and retiring on a tropical island is pulled back into the war.

Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek) – the main villain of the film has the same character and action as his predecessors, without a clever plot, leading to many shortcomings. Malek himself has almost nothing to contribute to the role other than his voice and the fake scars he wears.

Again and again, I think No Time to Die also succeeds in allowing Daniel Craig to use his full strength with grace and style in his final portrayal of James Bone. He is superior to everything around him, feeling like he contains an “ocean of emotions” and is ready to be able to unleash it in each scene. I think the action scenes in No Time To Die also prove Daniel Craig is an outstanding action star. Director Cary Joji Fukunaga – who created a great success with the movie It also used all his experience to bring thrill and tension to the film.

Success in the action segment, but as I mentioned above, Cary Joji Fukunaga still has to struggle to help No Time To Die become a true James Bon movie. Being trapped in this cult movie universe makes it impossible for the film to reach its full potential. If the Marvel cinematic universe ever had a historical ending for phase 3, then in my opinion, James Bond has a forgettable ending for the great generation of spies.

Failing in content, No Time to Die could not solve the brand’s thorny feminist problem. The female characters are not fully exploited, placed in the style of “it’s okay to have, it’s okay not to have”. The new agent played by Ana de Armas, Paloma is also not as good as promised. It looks like the movie is like an audition for the actress’s upcoming Marilyn Monroe biopic.

Overall, I feel that No Time To Die is a good action movie if released independently. But when attached to the title “James Bone’s 25th movie”, this blockbuster could not do well what was promised in the trailer.

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