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No Time to Die is a movie starring Ana de Armas, Daniel Craig, and Billy Magnussen. James Bond has left active service. His peace is short-lived when Felix Leiter, an old friend from the CIA, turns up asking for help, leading Bond...

Adventure, Action, Thriller
Cary Joji Fukunaga
Daniel Craig, Billy Magnussen, Ana de Armas, Léa Seydoux

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Genres Adventure, Action, Thriller
Director Cary Joji Fukunaga
Writer Ian Fleming, Neal Purvis, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Robert Wade, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Cary Joji Fukunaga
Stars Daniel Craig, Billy Magnussen, Ana de Armas, Léa Seydoux
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Sin tiempo para morir, 007:生死交戰, James Bond 007: Keine Zeit zu sterben, Nincs idő meghalni, Mirtis palauks, No Time To Die, 007:无暇赴死, Không Phải Lúc Chết, Mourir peut attendre, 007:生死有時, Sem Tempo Para Morrer, Keine Zeit zu sterben, Није време за умирање, James Bond 007 - Keine zeit zu Sterben, Nie je čas zomrieť, 007: Sem Tempo Para Morrer, 007 ノー・タイム・トゥ・ダイ, Nie czas umierać, Bond 25, Nav laiks mirt, Nema vremena za umiranje, 007: Surm peab ootama
Runtime 2 h 43 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description James Bond has left active service. His peace is short-lived when Felix Leiter, an old friend from the CIA, turns up asking for help, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.

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Tuesday, 18 Aug 2020 17:29

First of all, the acting is top notch. Every character is perfectly cast, well-performed and understandable. With that said, let me get on with the plot. Dr. Karen Haas (G.D. Wong) is a scientist, working on a new method to capture the essence of a target to search it for and potentially use it to wipe out a much larger number of humans. She is given a sample of the substance and discovers a time machine. In this time machine, she finds herself at the dawn of the human race, where she is the only survivor of the plane crash that resulted in the destruction of her home and the deaths of her children. She has survived and has been taken in by a fatherless and somewhat dysfunctional group of people, the Wright family. Dr. Hanson (James Caan) is trying to gain access to the machine, but can't remember much of what happened and is in danger of being discovered. Hanson also has a brother, Dr. Wyatt Wright (John Goodman), who is obsessed with a famous scientist who was a childhood friend of Dr. Haas. Meanwhile, Dr. Ben Harrison (Ben Gazzara) is building a device to send up time to a distant planet. He is hired by Hanson to help him in his mission to control the time machine, with Hanson being the prime focus. Dr. Hanson's three ex-boyfriends are still searching for Dr. Haas and discover her whereabouts. The Wright family are a complete dysfunctional family, and the relationships between them are rather strained. Their parents, Dr. Haas's parents and Dr. Hanson's parents are often in conflict. While all of the characters are well acted, the character of Dr. Haas is the most developed. It's understandable for her problems with her family and the story itself, but I thought it was important that the character was very fleshed out. I was amazed at how well she was written, especially when you consider that this is based on a short story. The story is good, and has the potential to be very good. Unfortunately, this movie doesn't seem to fully use it's potential. The whole sequence of the time machine opening is so far fetched, and the scene in the plane crash is one of the most illogical in the history of cinema. The idea of a time machine opening, then remaining closed, is an idea that has been done before, and this movie has done it before. You know there will be an illogical conflict here or there, and these conflicts are not resolved. I felt the film was much too long, and too much action was added. It was like the movie had a goal to be taken to the limit and, while it was there, seemed very unbalanced. It felt as if the movie was trying to go into an extreme of the "too much action" type of film, which is not really what the movie was trying to be. I would have loved to see the movie finished in a more thoughtful and poetic way. This is a movie I could really appreciate more, but it doesn't seem to reach its full potential. I also thought that the characters were underdeveloped, particularly Dr. Haas. She seemed to be the center of the movie, but I felt the story didn't really give her much to do. And while I didn't find Dr. Haas to be too likable, she was a character that I cared for and could relate to. Overall, I liked the movie, but I don't know why I gave it a higher rating. It was a good movie, and it has a lot of potential, but I felt that it wasn't quite there. I would recommend it, but if you
Saturday, 01 Aug 2020 04:48

Okay, okay. what is this film about? It's about a man who doesn't have a lot of time to kill, so he's going to take his family out into the wilderness to hunt some bad guys, and then it's off to the races. Who's this guy? Is he going to the lake to make love to his girlfriend? Is he going to take a piss in a pond? Who is this guy? Is he a man? Or is he a goob? What does he want? The synopsis and cover of the DVD suggested that this film would be another Transformers or James Bond rip-off, and while it's not going to do that, it does not aim to be one of those films. The film is based around a guy named Van Jensen (played by Val Kilmer), who just got out of prison after serving three years for his part in the murders of two of his friends. He is accompanied by his wife (played by Mary McDonnell), his young son (played by Nicholas Sampson), his teenage daughter (played by Molly Bancroft), and his parents (played by Bradley James and Paul Stone). Along the way, they meet up with the youngest daughter, Willow (played by Bridgette Wilson). For the first twenty minutes, the film is pretty good, which I loved. The acting is good, and there are some awesome fight sequences. But then it gets really boring. It is after this point that it becomes very predictable. You know who's going to die in the end, and we know what's going to happen, and the only interesting thing about this film is that it is very predictable. It's all been done before. I think this film was a very good attempt at an action film, and it's definitely a good watch, but it's not going to win any awards for originality.
Monday, 06 Jul 2020 06:50

Vinnie Jones' character, 'DJ' will always be one of the most likable and endearing actors of his generation. Although he is sometimes seen in a somewhat cheesy fashion, it's his genuine warmth and decency which makes him a hard character to dislike. In this film, he plays a private investigator. The film is about the FBI catching the leader of a drug gang. He is a dangerous and manipulative character who gets much further in the film than he should. To make matters worse, the government has thrown DJ's woman, Trisha (Elliott Gould), into the mix. Director, Michael Winterbottom, is clearly a director who's on the ball. He knows how to turn an ordinary thriller into something special. You always know what's going to happen, because the action unfolds at such a pace. There are some very dramatic moments, and you never know who will die, or who is going to be killed. It doesn't matter, because the film is so fast-paced that you can't take your eyes off the screen. It's thrilling, but at the same time, you know what is going to happen, and you don't want it to happen. It's a combination of everything: suspense, action, comedy, romance and the enjoyment of watching people have a good time. It's really funny. The comedy is by far the funniest thing about this film. It doesn't always work, but when it does, it's very funny. You're left wondering what's going to happen next, and you just want to see more. DJ's character is much like other "bad" people. He's like a small group of people that have messed up, and they are driven by some reason to destroy the people around them. DJ's character is definitely worth a watch. He'll make you laugh, but he's very entertaining. Overall, this film is a must-see for all. It's fast-paced, well-acted and is worth watching. It also looks great. If you're looking for something that you can see again and again, this is the film for you.

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