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No Time to Die or You Can’t Live forever. A James Bond review.

You Can’t Live Forever?

No Time To Die?

Well Daniel Craig aka James Bond did find a time to die, this time.

How sad! I would have preferred retirement, cocktails with Ralph

Finnes, the new 007, and the rest of the gang at the end.

This ending to the great tradition of the James Bond saga, just did not seem

palatable.

James was no longer superman, he was human, which is the

antithesis of who James Bond is suppose to be.

Ian Fleming would have not accepted an ending like this and neither do I.

Well we can’t call back all the James Bond’s from the past who are

unfortunately human and gone, either.

Let James Bond escape he had already done away with his nemesis that evil

weirdo, Safin, played by Rami Malek, he did his job let James live.

Have James Bond be miraculously rescued by the new 007 from that

mountain with all those Soviet explosives.

Deliver him to his hottie girlfriend and daughter until the British Secret

Service or the CIA come to rescue via helicopter, boat or space craft.

He can retire and live happily ever after.

Who’s daughter was it anyways? I hope it wasn’t Safin’s.

She may come back to haunt us in the the next James Bond movie.

The ending credits of No Time To Die.

“JAMES BOND WILL BE BACK.”

Maybe that was the point we are mortal.

But our personalities and soul are immortal.

The people change but the names remain the same.

or the names change and the personalities remain the same.

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