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Posted: October 11th, 2021, 11:01am Report to Moderator
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Holy crap! At 2h 43m running time, it should have been called 'No Time to Pee.' Seriously, quite possibly the best Bond film EVER! Top notch action and so much plot. It ties in the previous four movies and gives a solid end to a very satisfying story arc. Helpful tip: Because it is so long, don't count on 20m of trailers. They only showed two and some people came in late, missing critical information.

Love this film and will go see it again. Make sure you catch up on the other Daniel Craig movies!

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It also ties in previous Bond films (You only live twice) and pays tribute to a long line of M actors.
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I thought this one was great. Probably didn't need to be that long but I also didn't mind because I was really enjoying everything.

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Loved it too, and didn't really notice the duration once it got going... loved the Havana section and the new 007, now fascinated to see what and how we get the next Bond movie

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