No Time To Die (James Bond) [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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better than this; this is every bit the perfect picture audiences should expect of a new release from a top studio of one of the year's biggest films. No
It seems like almost every recent James Bond film has had a tough time of being released. Whether it be production companies and movie studios arguing over rights to the 007 agent or a worldwide pandemic, James Bond has had a rough time getting to theaters. No Time To Die was no different as this iteration of Bond comes to an end with Daniel Craig. Pulling elements from the previous four films, No Time To Die has flashes of great Bond moments that will be remembered after you leave the theater, but the bulk of this concluding mission is chaotically paced and filled with too many nonsensical choices and characters over its bloated 163-minute run time. No Time To Dieis fun, but itisn't the best mission for this version of everyone's favorite gentleman spy with a licence to kill to go out on. Worth A Look! Bond has left active service. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology. (less) than as a vehicle for a steady diet of discrete effects. A few such discrete delights are heard throughout, like a helicopter flying overhead in the 111
there's something great about the Cinema seeing Movies...But Bond and No time to Die was AWESOME... D.C. is now my favourite bond...it was Sir Roger Moore for a long time...but D.C. is just Fantastic.
as well, yielding intensely bright and brilliant primaries. Bond's blue eyes dazzle, blue skies and waters delight, natural greens are full and rich, and Bond uses in the series; what's new is cool, what's familiar has proven its worth, and it's a winning formula.
No Time to Die 4K Audio
A GLOBAL JOURNEY –Exotic locations are synonymous with all Bond movies and No Time To Die is no different. As well as returning to Bond’s spiritual home, Jamaica, for Daniel Craig’s final outing, we also go on a global journey taking in Italy, Norway and Scotland. We’ll hear from Daniel Craig, Cary Fukunaga, other key cast and filmmakers, on what it was like filming at these spectacular locations. stage engagement and low end support. Atmospheric effects are richly realized and seamlessly integrated. The top end is used more in support rather