No Time to Die

Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Violent Bond adventure is flawed but still epic, emotional.

PG-13 2021 163 minutes

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 13 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 39 reviews

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Community Reviews

age 12+

Best yet!

I loved it!! I enjoyed the stunt driving, beautiful scenery, fast moving action, great cars, gorgeous girls and Daniel Craig's excellent performance. Sorry to see the end of James Bond however but at least he went out with a bang and no whimper. Above all there were no ridiculous effects used and what a relief. Just good old fashioned acting and stunts. Most enjoyable Bond yet in my opinion. Wish there were going to be more ...
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age 14+

A worthy send off to a great Bond!

Been waiting for this one for a long time...have been on pins and needles to see how Craig's tenure was going to wrap up. There are a few bad puns as are customary for this series. The use of Ana de Armas is excellent! She is a breath of fresh air and the professionalism between her and Bond is also refreshing. The new 007 is also great to see! She lights up the screen and although it is not "her" film she works well with Bond and they seem to make a solid team. It is always a pleasure to see Jeffrey Wright and this film is no exception. Others in the film I thought a bit lackluster and I also thought that Bond's ending decision felt a bit rushed...I did not necessarily believe it, but I do not think Bond films were ever about believability. A worthy send off to a great Bond!

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