you can sayThe Bond film to end all Bond films. already a , ns Daniel Craig’s 15-year term ends With a bang (despite the lack of a post-credits scene).
Richard Trenholm said, “As the superspy in Daniel Craig’s Final Journey, James Bond finally gets a life.”, which is now out in the US and Australia on November 11. “The result is an epic, explosive and emotional swan song that throws everything against the wall for a truly unique entry in the series.” This is especially true of bold and unprecedented endings.
let’s go, but be careful: the following fail A must have for your eyes only when you have seen the movie.
Bioterrorist Lutcifer Safin (Rami Maleki) drags Bond’s ex-boyfriend Madeleine Swann (Lee Sedoux) and his daughter Mathilde On an old World War II island base between Japan and Russia. Earlier, Madeleine had insisted that Mathilde was not Bond’s child, but that the blue-eyed eyes suggest something else.
Safin’s family murdered on behalf of Madeleine’s father, the late Mr. WhiteWhen Safin was just a little boy, he killed Madeleine’s mother to get Mr. White back. While trying to escape the attack, Madeleine gets trapped under the snow, but Safin saves her and goes insane like a great freak.
Safin had already forced him to participate in his plan to annihilate Spector. Christoph Waltz), as part of Safin’s vengeance (cue frantic laughter). But there’s more: From its base, Safin intends to launch Heracles globally, infecting millions (laughter intensifies)., a DNA-based bioweapon consisting of nanobots that target specific people. Bond inadvertently completes his mission to kill captive Specter boss Ernst Stavro Blofeld (
Reinstated anew as 007, Bond and fellow 00 Agent Nomi (lashana lynchoe) appears to be successful in infiltrating the island and opening the silo doors for a missile attack ordered by M (Ralph Fiennes) to wipe out Safin’s base. Nomi runs away with Madeleine and Mathilde, while Bond sticks around to make sure the premise is destroyed.
The silo’s doors start closing, so Bond rushes to open them again. Could it be a trap? It definitely is.
Safin receives the drop on 007, shoots Bond several times and infects him with nanobots coded in Madeleine’s DNA – meaning he can never touch her again without killing her or Mathilde. what a shock.
Bond quietly kills Safin and re-opens the doors to the silo, but it is clear that he has no time to escape. Seriously injured, he climbs a ladder to the roof and calls Madeleine to tell him that he loves her.
“You have all the time in the world,” he says.
“He has your eyes,” she replies, confirming that Mathilde is his daughter.
“I know,” he says, as the missiles come down on the base. “I know.”
Simultaneously, Bond gets engulfed in blasts.
Wait, James Bond dies?
Yes, for the first time in a character 59 years of cinematic history (And ), 007 is killed. The title of the film lied to us. It is also very certain; He was badly wounded by Safin and the missile attack wiped out the island. But the legendary spy also seemed at peace with his fate.
This comes after Bond became a father for the first time (that we know of) and seemed ready to settle down with Madeleine and Matilda, making it all the more disastrous. Sorry, I have something in my eyes.
What happens after his death?
Nomi returns to MI6 headquarters in London and M collects her, Moneypenny, Tanner and Q (Naomi Harrishandjob Rory Shemale And Ben Whishaw) in an emotional toast to his late colleague, during which M reads a quote from author Jack London.
“The proper function of man is to live, not exist,” he says. “I won’t waste my days trying to prolong them. I’ll use my time.”
It was first used in Ian Fleming’s, appearing in Bond’s obituary when the world thought he would die.
The final moments take us to the luxurious Italian hill town of Matera, where we met Madeleine and Bond at the beginning of the film. This time she is driving with her daughter.
“Mathilde, I’m going to tell you a story about a man,” says Madeleine. “His name was Bond, James Bond.”
Credits roll to the tune of Louis Armstrong.
How important is that song?
Longtime Bond fans will recognize that the sixth film in the franchise from 1969’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service is We Have All the World in the World and George LazenbyOne and only outing in the role.
The title is deeply ironic – it is derived from Bond’s final line when his new wife, Tracy, is fatally shot by Blofeld’s goons.
No Time to Die echoes in Her Majesty’s Secret Service that it sees Bond grow into a person and is apparently ready to leave Spycraft behind. In both cases, fate intervenes – and it seems that something has caught my eye again.
Is there a post-credits scene?
No Time to Die doesn’t have an after-credits scene, but if you stay until the end you’ll see the classic words “James Bond is back”.
The phrase has never been more convincing, but we don’t yet know who will replace Craig.
According to Deadline, the search for the next Bond actor will begin in 2022, producer Barbara Broccoli told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
“We want Daniel to have a festive time,” she said. “Next year we’ll start thinking about the future.”
The Bond franchise has always been a bit ambiguous in terms of continuity – new cast films sometimes refer to events from past eras, so it seems Timothy Dalton And Pierce Brosnan Everyone was playing the same person., Lazenby, handjob
However, Craig’s first film,, relaunched the franchise in 2006. So his films are a self-contained series, and the death of his version of the character closes the loop on that narrative. Goodbye, Mr Bond.
If Broccoli and fellow producer Michael G. Wilson is feeling really adventurous, so Bond’s nephew appeared in the 1991 cartoon James Bond Jr. Maybe it’s time to get young Bond out of obscurity?