Review roundup

The first crop of reviews of No Time to Die appear to be overwhelmingly positive.

It’s been a long wait. But the reviews for No Time to Die appear to be overwhelmingly positive.

Unusually, there were no press screenings prior to the premiere. Instead the film received simultaneous screenings across the world and the first chance for the critics to see if the wait had been worth it.

In the end it seems like it has.

Note: I haven’t read all the reviews below and there may be spoilers.

5-stars

The Guardian: Daniel Craig dispatches James Bond with panache, rage – and cuddles

Telegraph (paywall): Daniel Craig’s James Bond send-off is extravagant, satisfying and moving

The Times (paywall): Craig delivers the best of 007 to end his service with a bang

4-stars

NME: Daniel Craig’s surprisingly emotional final fling

Empire: No Time To Die Review

Digital Spy: A worthy end to Daniel Craig’s James Bond era?

Next Best Picture: Review

3-stars

Independent: Daniel Craig’s last hurrah is disappointing and strangely anti-climactic

Unscored

Not all reviews assign a score to the film of course. The reviews below discuss the

Time: No Time to Die Is an Imperfect Movie. But It’s a Perfect Finale for the Best James Bond Ever

Sky News: ‘Genre-bending’ Bond film is ‘relentless’ but worth the wait

CNN: ‘No Time to Die’ marks the end of Daniel Craig’s service with a slightly bloated Bond film

The Hollywood Reporter: Daniel Craig in Cary Joji Fukunaga’s ‘No Time to Die’

Screen Daily: Review

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