No Time to Die – Daniel Craig

This is hardly a film of the fifties era but nevertheless I have decided to include it – it is a film to see on the big screen much as we all did in that decade

No Time to Die’ is a real treat for Film Fans the World over – not only as a Bond film, but as an action packed blockbuster. It is beautifully shot and wonderful visually. The Hans Zimmer score is just the best

No Time to Die’ is well acted, the pacing is good, there’s a fair amount of thrilling edge-of-your seat moments and the locations are varied and impressive on the big screen

It is also emotional and bold – just take a look at the trailer ABOVE

The team behind this last Bond film should be very pleased

In his five-star review of the film, Kevin Maher of The Times said: “It’s better than good. It’s magnificent.

“Daniel Craig is a towering charismatic presence from opening frame to closing shot, and he bows out in terrific, soulful, style.”

We can expect thrills galore – and we will not be disappointed.

Cars seem to be an important part of any Bond film and it looks as though the Aston Martin DB5 is back in action ABOVE.


A Land Rover Defender looks to have come to a sticky end so James Bond tries his hand on a Motor Bike. He seems to be able to everything

BELOW – Another astonishing crash on a Scottish Lochside

Car Chases, Car Crashes in spectacular fashion

ABOVE – The famous Aston Martin DB5 lookin a little the worse for wear

The Prince of Wales took a trip to Pinewood Studios on Thursday 20 June 2019 -over two years ago – to visit the set of the 25th instalment of the suave spy franchise, where he met with lead actor Daniel Craig as well as Ralph Fiennes, who plays M.

Prince Charles also met with actresses Naomie Harris and Lashana Lynch, as he watched scenes being filmed.

The visit from Prince Charles came just days after Daniel Craig returned to filming after injuring his ankle after he slipped whilst shooting a running scene for the action blockbuster on location in Jamaica.

I mention the above because it just goes to underline how long this film has taken to some to the screen – it was originally scheduled for release at the end of 2019 and then put back to April 2020.

However events in the shape of Covid intervened.

It seems though that such a delay has not dampened the public’s eagerness to see the film – and they are not disappointed

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