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Re: CC's No Time to Die Review
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• Posted by: Riley KZ
• Date: Friday, November 5, 2021, at 10:54 a.m.
• IP Address: xplr-123-160-168-69.xplornet.com
• In Response to: CC's No Time to Die Review (ArborArcanist)

> Iíll admit, my strongest disagreement isnít even about the music- itís his
> apparent intense dislike of the film, modern Bondís tone, and the ending
> (all of which I adored, and found perfectly suiting this stage of the
> franchise). If Casino Royale hadnít worked to make things more grounded,
> weíd probably have a campy Tomorrow Never Dies style Bond competing for
> the MCU audience.

Yeah, and...that might've been just fine :P

When Casino Royale and Batman Begins came out within a year of each other, it felt fresh, taking a more gritty, darker approach to silly material.

But 15 years later, it's very stale, overdone, and frankly, not much fun anymore. I don't really like the Brosnan Bonds or anything, but I would happily welcome the next round of Bond flicks to be that level of self-aware and goofy. I'm done with the mopey.




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