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No Time to Die
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No Time to Die movie guide

Read the latest news, interviews and reviews for Daniel Craig's final outing as James Bond in ‘No Time to Die’

Phil de Semlyen
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Phil de Semlyen

No Time to Die sees James Bond back for the fifth and final time in his Daniel Craig incarnation. The British actor has helped transform the franchise from the identity crisis of its over-wacky late Pierce Brosnan days to something sleak, muscular and, yes, even progressive.

For his long goodbye – the movie is nearly three hours long – his 007 emerges from a Caribbean retirement to save the world from a terrifying new weapon wielded by Rami Malek’s superbad, Safin. With True Detective’s Cary Fukunaga directing and comedy godhead Phoebe Waller-Bridge worked on the screenplay, it’s a rare blend of style, substance and unexpected ‘A Book of Mormon’ jokes. Here’s what to expect.

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No Time To Die Review

No Time To Die Review

  • 5 out of 5 stars

Daniel Craig bows out as 007 with a feast of heart and spectacle – and comfortably the best Bond movie since Casino Royale