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Review of the story in the film No Time To Die which is full of unexpected scenes

Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux)’s facial expression changes while swimming makes James Bond (Daniel Craig) suspect that there is a secret being hidden. When he arrived in Italy, James often looked back. This also makes Madeleine believe, her lover’s past is not over.

Around the hotel, residents write prayers, messages, or wishes on a piece of paper and then burn it. That afternoon, it was beautiful because the burning papers gave off light. Madeliene reminded her lover, there is nothing wrong with solving the past.

Early in the morning, agent 007 visits the grave of Vesper Lynd (Eva Green). He burned a piece of paper that said “forgive me.” In the tomb, he saw a card bearing the Specter logo. Seconds later, boom! The tomb exploded. This is a review of the film No Time To Die.

Five years have passed since the tragedy, the MI6 laboratory has an uninvited guest who blows up the building while carrying scientist Valdo Obruchev (David Dencik). He is currently developing the Heracles project, a weapon of mass destruction based on human DNA.


M (Ralph Fiennes) sends the new 007 agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch) to track down Valdo in Cuba. At the same time, Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) contacts James for the same target. In Cuba, a deadly mission begins. James partners with Paloma (Ana De Armas).

In Cuba there is a party of Specter members who present a speech by Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) through an artificial eye which leads to the tragedy of mass poisoning. This series of tragedies has to do with a man named Safin (Rami Malek).

No Time To Die features scene after scene that the camera eye shoots with a strong concept. Each image features characters, scenes, interactions, and connections to the various phases. Herein lies the luxury of Bond 25, Daniel Craig’s final performance as agent 007.

This film is the culmination of Daniel Craig’s career as a top-notch spy agent. The dead are resurrected through memory. One of them, the face painting of M (Judi Dench) at the MI6 headquarters.

The one who didn’t appear for a long time like Felix, came again with a crucial mission. In Cary’s hands, No Time To Die not only salutes Daniel Craig, but also important figures who guarded James Bond’s journey from the Casino Royale era to Specter.


Daniel Craig has been in excellent form, as well as his performances at Casino Royale and Skyfall. His charisma, recklessness, composure, his confidence that there are still plenty of times when the situation is super critical, are things that cannot be stolen from him.

Another character who successfully stole the scene, Paloma. Okay. Put aside for a moment about the beauty of Ana De Armas. What Ana presents here is a combination of sexy aura, killing skills, and the art of paralyzing opponents without having to ignore the poses of “the model” which are her trademark.

We will never forget the scene of Paloma lying on the floor twisting her body and shooting the burly men around her. Can? Very.

Unfortunately, Paloma’s room for movement was hindered by an “unwritten rule” that her portion and role should not exceed Medeleine’s. But she’s still the brightest girl here.

Unfortunately the second, Bond’s enemy is deadly but in many scenes, he doesn’t feel that deadly. That Rami Malek has authority, yes. His presence presented a threat, huh.

However, the volume is not as intense as Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen) in the Casino Royale era or Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem) from the Skyfall world. Another important part that fans have been waiting for, the opening scene and the theme song. This is the cool point of No Time To Die. Showing the warm and strong relationship of James and Medeleine with pithy dialogue, then ends with a scene on the train that stirs the emotions of the audience.


Along with the speed of the train, the intro “No Time To Die” guides us to understand the mental conditions of the two main characters. In this case, Billie Eilish’s sensitivity in choosing words deserves praise, especially in the section: Fool me once, fool me twice, sure you death or paradise? Now you’ll never see me cry. There’s just no time to die.

In a number of key scenes featuring Bond and Medeleine, we automatically remember Billie’s song. Overall, No Time To Die is Daniel Craig’s farewell to militant James Bond fans. Casino Royale is an introduction. Skyfall takes us back to the beginning. No Time To Die is the end.

After that, the face and the era of James Bond and the little things that surround it can be 180 degrees different. Daniel Craig managed to raise the level of James Bond to be more stylish, not stiff, but still based on the 007 standard that we have known so far. After the release schedule was corrected many times, No Time To Die is a dish that is indeed worth waiting for and must be seen on the big screen.