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No Time To Die | October 8 2021 | 82% on RT | RIP Sean Connery

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1 hour ago, antovolk said:

Looks like 163 minutes is our runtime. Been popping up on multiple international distribution sources and cinema websites in the last couple days and now it's also on Regal - https://www.regmovies.com/movies/no-time-to-die/ho00009902#/

Not the three hours some predicted but still the longest Bond yet. Hope it's good enough to justify it. 

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2 hours ago, Hatebox said:

Not the three hours some predicted but still the longest Bond yet. Hope it's good enough to justify it. 

It's interesting that Craig's tenure has seen the four longest Bond films (Casino Royale, Skyfall, Spectre and No Time to Die), and also the shortest Bond film (Quantum of Solace).

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And the ads for products with a Bond tie in will start to show up.

That is what is unique about the 007 Franchise. Some prestige 'High Class" products who usually would scorn a movie tie in as being beneath them, line up and fight to have James Bond in their ads.....

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AMC have been populating their showtimes ahead of tickets going on sale (presumably Monday like the UK). Alongside Craig Era marathons at select venues on the 8th, first screenings of the film are happening from the morning of the 9th for IMAX and Dolby, and from 7pm in regular format. And seems like no 70mm IMAX prints in the US as the Metreon San Francisco, Citywalk LA and Lincoln Square NY venues are marked to show this in laser.

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36 minutes ago, antovolk said:

AMC have been populating their showtimes ahead of tickets going on sale (presumably Monday like the UK). Alongside Craig Era marathons at select venues on the 8th, first screenings of the film are happening from the morning of the 9th for IMAX and Dolby, and from 7pm in regular format. And seems like no 70mm IMAX prints in the US as the Metreon San Francisco, Citywalk LA and Lincoln Square NY venues are marked to show this in laser.

 

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9 hours ago, antovolk said:

Basically official confirmation - the final cut will feature 30 mins of IMAX footage.
https://imaxmelbourne.com.au/movie/no-time-to-die

This is on par with The Dark Knight..

Sadly for me, the closest IMAX theatres to me are all in Britain (the next-best thing is probably the 'Lie-MAX' at the Cineworld in Dublin, though I hear it's still impressive).

 

Maybe that's what I should devote my life to doing: bringing a proper IMAX screen to Ireland so that my fellow Irishmen can enjoy films like this.

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On 2/26/2020 at 7:43 PM, RichWS said:

Bloated Blockbuster Runtime Syndrome has infected my favorite franchise. 

James Cameron

Peter Jackson

Martin Scorcese

Christopher Nolan

Michael Bay

David Lean

Dennis Villeneuve

Russos Brothers

David Fincher

 

want to have a word with you.

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James Cameron
Peter Jackson
Martin Scorcese
Christopher Nolan
Michael Bay
David Lean
Dennis Villeneuve
Russos Brothers
David Fincher
 
want to have a word with you.



David Lean? Lmao. Why not list Francis Coppola’s Godfather trilogy too?

Yes, some of the recent big blockbusters have had long runtimes. What is being implied? Why does that fact matter?


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1 hour ago, Burgess said:

David Lean? Lmao. Why not list Francis Coppola’s Godfather trilogy too?

Yes, some of the recent big blockbusters have had long runtimes. What is being implied? Why does that fact matter?

 

 

Evidently the long runtime is an indication that this is gonna have the scope and depth of Lawrence of Arabia and The Irishman

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