No Time to Die is Daniel Craig’s last time playing James Bond, and the Rotten Tomatoes score fittingly ranks right in the middle of his 007 movies.
Just released in the UK and soon to release in the U.S., No Time to Die is Daniel Craig’s last tour as 007 as he reaches the end of his James Bond run, and its Rotten Tomatoes score fittingly falls exactly in the middle of his other Bond movies. Craig’s time as Bond has been largely well-received despite numerous ups and downs in critic and audience reception, making No Time To Die‘s average Rotten Tomatoes score the perfect way to close out his character arc.
Bond movies are notoriously hit and miss with a big stretch in quality across actors and installments, but in spite of this, or maybe because of it, James Bond remains one of the most iconic movie characters of all time. From the highs of Sean Connery’s Goldfinger, with a 99% score on Rotten Tomatoes, to the lows of Roger Moore’s A View to Kill at 40% only six of the official 25 James Bond movies have seen “Rotten” scores on the Tomatometer, split evenly between Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan, with Connery and Craig (and Dalton in his short time as Bond) maintaining flawless “Fresh” ratings on all their 007 installments.