Perhaps the James Bond woman has not waited as long as his fans have been waiting for the next part of Agent 007’s adventures in the movie, especially to see “No Time To Die” in cinemas, after they finally come out of the isolation of the house.
And this is an epidemic, and this is the turmoil in the position of director, and this is the need to respond to the challenges of the new age, in which James Bond is “a sexist, misogynistic dinosaur” – which Judi Dench has already pointed out that M. Less contemporary moralists are upset by the fact that at the same time he killed dozens of men, often “ordinary soldiers” of the enemy team, which, however, had more serious consequences for the victims of this scope of his activities (and their families, for example). No wonder, then, that Agent 007 decided to go into the retirement he deserved.
The new times mean that in the long-awaited twenty-fifth part of the series, he inherited the famous “Double O Seven” agent. Either carnage arises from this, or Bond is stuffed into slippers. Interestingly, director Cary Joji Fukunaga – who threatened Sean Connery as a Bond rapist – decided to do both, so he made a kind of family melodrama with impressive sequences, which, however, gives the impression of confirming the financial impetus of the production. From the expansion pack to trying to convince us that we are seeing here an example of Shakespeare on memory, the inheritance of sins, and the fact that one cannot get stuck in the past. Being a Bond as well. Now the homeland – the United Kingdom – is no longer the value for which one can lay down one’s life. Bond took off his uniform, broke off his suit and became human. But before he turns into a cuddly “teddy bear” in an armchair, in my opinion, the course really needs another update, because in one moment it will only prove that it is progressive and in line with current trends.
The story in “Nie Czasać” is between James Bond’s love confessions – hard to swallow because we have to believe in the feelings of the main character Madeleine Swan, portrayed by the exceptionally weak and colorless Léa Seydoux – the chemistry between her and Daniel Craig after simply not having. Bond-Craig found here not only paper love, but also the main antagonist of cardboard, Lyutsifer Safin – one-dimensional villain, sometimes caricature, one of the most overrated actors of recent years, Rami Malek. There is as much horror and complexity in it as there is in the butter knife, and Savin’s performance is completely “covered” in a second by Christoph Waltz, who appears on the scene in a tense dialogue scene with Bond as Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
Daniel Craig, who bravely carries the same painful, slightly disgusting face through all of his “e” parts of the series, has been cemented in the role, and the cartoon helps him not show that instead of playing Bond again, he’d rather “cut his veins”, don Good clothes, and besides it must be noted that since he supposes he will also show the weakness of Her Majesty’s Agent, he is now bolstered by wrinkles, which he does not hide, and even “plays with.” He is not Bond forever in his prime, but he is a really old man …this natural way of admitting that Bond is affected by the passage of time is the greatest value of his creation, and therefore he can afford a good joke here.When a young partner says, “I love old things,” she replies, “Then you’ve come to the right address…The role of a novice In the profession of a spy Paloma.
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