Plenty of time to die

It feels like we have all been waiting for Daniel Craig’s last Bond film for a long time. There’s a reason for that. We have.
Tonight, I’m off to see No Time To Die, as MGM intended, by sneaking a meal deal and possibly a coffee into the cinema with me and propping my knees on the seat in front to rock back and forth and embrace what, apparently, some are calling the return to cinema.
Let’s forget about Tenet and Space Jam 2, because now is the age of Bond.
I’ll let you know what I think of it on the other side.

Published by Paul

Paperback writer.

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