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Oscars Check-In: Is ‘No Time To Die’ Worth Watching?

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> Oscars Check-In: Is ‘No Time To Die’ Worth Watching?

Chances are, if you have any interest in watching No Time To Die, you have probably already seen it. The epic conclusion to James Bond's (Daniel Craig) recent five-film arc might appeal even to those who have not seen the first four, but most could do with some background. If you have been holding out, please know that the film is currently available for rental (and has been for some time) and will definitively end the story for those looking for a wrap-up 15 years after Casino Royale.

The Story of ‘No Time to Die’

Though No Time To Die will likely not be the last James Bond film ever made, many characters get a clear-cut ending, while 50-year-old Daniel Craig has officially surpassed the age where he makes sense to play the main character. Picking up where we left off in Spectre, Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) and James Bond are still together, and the powerful crime syndicate mastermind Ernst Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) is behind bars. When a new figure tied to Dr. Swann's past suddenly emerges, Bond must put the pieces together to solve the mystery of this elusive terrorist. Rami Malek and Lashana Lynch play new characters to the Craig-led Bond universe, while Ben Wishaw, Naomie Harris, and Jeffrey Wright return for their final appearances.

Who Should Watch 'No Time To Die?'

If you have seen Craig's previous four outings as James Bond, you will undoubtedly want to see his final film portraying the world-renowned MI6 agent. No Time To Die is once more a no-holds-barred thrill ride of action drama, successful if unoriginal in nearly every respect. If you have not seen the previous films, you may be a little lost at times, but the spectacle of James Bond rarely disappoints.

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