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No Time To Die (James Bond) [4K Ultra-HD] [2021] [Blu-ray] [Region Free]

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Indeed she isn’t alone, as the female characters in the film are just as capable as the men, and the film proves that the world of women secret agents is just as action packed and thrilling as the world of James Bond. Fine detail is exemplary, outside of some of the softness around the edge of the image inherent with the Panavision lenses and shooting style utilised.

It’s not always noticeable in the image but it is consistently present and looks natural and free from any digital tinkering or other noise introduced into the transfer.We reviewed the Region free UK Ultra HD Blu-ray release of No Time to Die on a JVC-DLA N5 Ultra HD 4K projector, a Philips 55PUS6754/12 and a Panasonic DP-UB9000 Dolby Vision HDR10 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player. It’s a really rich listen and has some serious weight and heft to it both in terms of the score and the sound effects. It’s a film packed with the action that you’d expect from the franchise, the kind of doomsday scenario and villain’s lair that the last few films have been rather tentative about, finally embracing what the earlier Bonds did with tedious regularity by the end, yet when it comes to character arcs, this is the most personal story yet. In my opinion if Sean Connery had been Bond in OHMSS then we would all think it was the best Bond film ever.

More emotional than action-packed, even with its story issues, this is a wonderful send off to Daniel Craig and to a Bond we will likely not see again. There’s also a fair bit of detective work to do before Bond finds the true villain behind the plot, although the ‘red herrings’ are quite plausible, and once again build on Bond’s character, what he’s been through in his career. The film did not go as I thought it would though I did know Craig was bailing out of the Bonds’ well for me not a bad film and as always they get the settings right .

in the latest cinema installment of the Ian Fleming-created series, this one directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga ( Jane Eyre, Beasts of No Nation).

You may print off one copy, and may download extracts, of any page(s) from our site for your personal reference and you may draw the attention of others within your organisation to material posted on our site. Being James Bond (UHD Exclusive) (1080p, 46:39): A look back at Craig's 15-year tenure as the world's most famous secret agent. And letting the dust settle on this legacy of Craig’s, what’s perhaps most interesting is that his Bond, from his very first film and especially through to his epic conclusion here, is very much an emotional beast, governed more by his feelings for three women than the more traditional notion of an endless treadmill of megalomaniacal uber villains. Thank you Zavvi for your excellent service, making sure it is packaged correctly and getting here safely and on time.Despite the film’s process in establishing his back story in the opening scene, his motives never really quite make sense; certainly feeling a little too comic book for the more realistic take that the Craig films have chosen. It's a great conclusion to Daniel Craigs Bond, and really keeps you exciting and on the edge of your seat all the way through! This James Bond No Time To Die 2-Disc Collector's Edition 4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray includes exclusive never-before-seen bonus features.

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