Noch Bevor Daniel Craig die Rolle des James Bond 2006 angenommen hatte, wurden viele Zweifel laut, ob das gut gehen soll und er zum Charakter passt. 15 Jahre später ist davon nichts mehr zu spüren und es macht sich sogar Wehmut breit. “Keine Zeit zu sterben” wird nämlich Daniel Craigs Abschied vom britischen Super-Spion.
Dieser Abschied scheint durchwachsen zu sein, zumindest, wenn man nach den ersten Stimmen aus England geht, wo der Film seine Premiere feierte:
#NoTimeToDie is LOADED with everything you expect in a Bond film but also has a lot of surprises. Was on the edge of my seat for like half the movie. You def want to have the events of #Spectre fresh in your mind before watching. Loved Daniel Craig as James Bond. Great sendoff. pic.twitter.com/0JAm9dyrFQ
— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) September 28, 2021
Dug #NoTimeToDie for the most part. Some beats lost me/lost momentum but those set pieces are exceptional – and beautifully photographed. Daniel Craig is great (again). Gives every ounce of himself to the role & you can feel it. BUT Ana de Armas was the fav. More of that, please! pic.twitter.com/BbhIv1s4UB
— Perri Nemiroff (@PNemiroff) September 28, 2021
I was kind of mixed on #NoTimeToDie . The script is very rough, but it knows to center Bond’s emotional journey, which helps it along and let it be fun even when the story is bloated and convoluted. Look for my full review on @Collider tomorrow.
— Matt Goldberg (@MattGoldberg) September 28, 2021
NO TIME TO DIE: The Craig era ends with a whimper. There’s no reason for this to be as long as it is, Rami Malek’s bad guy is a total snooze, and the movie itself just feels oddly inert. Oh well. We’ll always have CASINO ROYALE.
— Chris Evangelista (@cevangelista413) September 28, 2021
NO TIME TO DIE is mostly nonsense, Roger Moore-level absurd plot. But I love Roger Moore and was in the mood for a ridiculous plot. Craig is great. (Though the ending tries to go for something poignant and heavy and I wasn’t into that part.)
— Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) September 28, 2021
Everyone’s going to be talking about that #NoTimeToDie ending but it’s the opening minutes – which reminded me of Joe Wright’s HANNA – that stand out as its best, and make it clear that there is life beyond the franchise’s most familiar beats.
— erickohn (@erickohn) September 28, 2021
No Time to Die was worth the wait. Beautiful visuals, killer action, and probably the most emotional Bond film to date. It’s needlessly complex, which makes it feel very long, but that extra time & story gives its final act the added gravitas needed to set it apart from the rest. pic.twitter.com/tqQnYe3Aht
— Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) September 28, 2021
NO TIME TO DIE: Need more time to process, but I really liked it a lot — def better than Quantum & Spectre. It’s #DanielCraig’s most grounded and — dare I say it? — most intimate take on #JamesBond with a powerful, unexpected & very emotional payoff. Def worth the wait! pic.twitter.com/q5ladwndg0
— Scott Mantz (@MovieMantz) September 28, 2021
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