'NoTime To Die' (2021) starring Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, Rami Malek, Ralph
Fiennes and Naomie Harris. For me, thiswas a very disappointing end to Daniel Craig's time as James Bond and whilst
I've never really been a fan of Daniel Craig as 007 he is actually quite good
in this - it's the whole film that sucks. 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'
(the one with George Lazenby) was on TV last week and, from beginning to end,
it's a far better film. This one has a bloated beginning, a poor unmemorable
baddie (Malek), a pathetic nod to PC by introducing a female 007, 'Call of
Duty' style shoot outs and it really cries out for a John Barry film score
instead of the generic score of this turkey. 5/10. The closing credits claim that 'James Bondwill return' but in what format? At least that statement rules out a 'Jane
Bond' but I'd recommend setting it, like the original books, in the Cold War
era of the 50's and 60's and stripping out the gadgets like the indestructible
Aston-Martin DB5 and invisible Aston-Martin Vanquish.