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No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise

No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise

No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.

No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.


The film revealed that James Bond still has a lot to offer, and is still able to surprise and dazzle despite the fierce competition from other superhero movies to prove that "No time to die" for James Bond himself, he still has a lot to offer even with the change of hero.



With expectations so high, 007's new movie No Time To Die has received a huge reception at its own, but those expectations can also affect audiences' appetite for the film or their disappointment that it didn't come out as they had imagined.


This is the dilemma of the new James Bond movie, which began with the applause of its heroes amid global anticipation.


The 163-minute film's long time makes it about an hour longer than the first movie in the series, "Doctor No," which premiered in 1962.


In short, No Time to Die is a triumph: an explosive, tense, daring, and most of all surprising adventure that plays with our preconceived notions about the world's greatest secret agent, exploring his personal life more closely than ever before.


A drama that is splendidly led by Bond or Daniel Craig, even if he is as emotionally scarred as his fearsome nemesis Lucifer Savin (Rami Malek) is physically scarred.


And Craig has done a wonderful job to his credit in maintaining his grace and vitality despite his three years of age after 50 and the wrinkles that began to appear around his eyes.


At first seemingly content with his retirement and life in Jamaica, James Bond is tormented and swayed by his perception of the infidelity of his ex-girlfriend, the sexy French psychiatrist Madeleine Swan (Léa Seydoux).


Meanwhile, a devastating biological weapon is stolen from under the nose of British intelligence called Heracles, developed by Ralph Fiennes with the help of a maverick scientist.


The CIA or British agents can find no better than Secret Agent 007 in order to discover the perpetrator and recover the weapon before it spreads, misuses and causes millions of victims.


Strangely enough, the evil mastermind behind the heist targets Specter, the mysterious organization still run from prison by Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz). But the old saying that the enemy of your enemy is your friend has no place here.


As important as the film is for Daniel Craig, it is the first for director Cary Fukunaga, who took over the job after the resignation of Britain's Danny Boyle due to "creative differences".


Certainly the challenge to the first Bond film was the Me Too movement that confronts the sexual exploitation of women in Hollywood in front of and behind the camera, reconstructing Ian Fleming's vision without sexism, misogyny and body exploitation.


The film largely succeeded in offering a different, conservative view, while remaining true to the spirit of James Bond.



This will certainly pose a great challenge to whoever plays the role of James Bond next, as he will have to push the character forward and develop it, with many assuring that the next hero will not be a woman.


Perhaps the action in the film is the usual tyrant with a bit of intelligence, a dearth of comedy and wit, offset by a greater seriousness.


Director Cary Fukunaga mastered his instruments with great skill, and the script gave us a version of the elegant romantic Bond who is not afraid to show his feelings.


This is a very enjoyable and delightfully stunning drama, especially excelled by Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, and Rami Malek, a drama that proves that James Bond can still surprise viewers, perhaps adapting something from the paranormal films like Marvel's worlds, but it is funny, confident and exciting, makes us wait for a movie Another in the series.

No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.

No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.

No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.

No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.

No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.

No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.

No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.



No Time To Die.. A triple match in performance, bias towards women and the ability to surprise No Time To Die sees a wonderful triple duel in performance between Craig, Seydoux and Malik, in a film that is the last for the hero and the first for the director in which the script corrects the image of the secret agent that women are falling under his feet in line with the feminist and political movements that the world is witnessing now.

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