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No Time to Die

Movie review by
Jeffrey M. Anderson, Common Sense Media
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More flashy cars, characters, weapons in 25th Bond film.
  • November 20, 2020
  • PG-13
  • 2020
  • 163 minutes

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that No Time to Die is the twenty-fifth film in the James Bond franchise and the fifth starring Daniel Craig as the world's most famous secret agent. This story takes place five years after the events captured in 2015's Spectre. Bond is no longer working as an agent and is living peacefully in Jamaica -- until an old CIA friend (Jeffrey Wright) enlists Bond's help tracking down a missing scientist. Bond then discovers Safin (Rami Malk), an enemy more formidable than any he's ever faced, and revives his cunning 007 skills to take the villain out. Like previous Bond films, it's safe to expect No Time to Die to have lots of flashy cars, clothes, and characters, with plenty of violence, car chases, weapons, explosions, and stunts.

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For kids who love spy movies

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