Blu-Ray + 4k UHD Steelbook Review NO TIME TO DIE

We analyze in Cinemascomics the Steelbook of no time to dieDaniel Craig’s latest film as James Bond, with 4K Ultra HD image quality and including the Blu-Ray edition.

In Cinemascomics we have analyzed the domestic edition in 4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray Steelbook Without Time to die, with the farewell of Daniel Craig in the role of James Bond, after five deliveries full of action and suspense. While the production company Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) is looking for a substitute to embody the role most coveted today by English actors, No Time To Die is the twenty-fifth installment of the 007 secret agent franchise, at the service of His Majesty, being Available now on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD + Blu-ray from EON Productions, Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) and Arvi Licensing. In addition, a limited edition boxed set is also available.
metallic 4K UHD + Blu-ray of the long-awaited film, while supplies last, which is the one we have analyzed in Cinemascomics.

James Bond leaked SPOILER: No time to die

With more than 700 million dollars collected worldwide, despite the fact that the box office has been greatly reduced by the pandemic, and with the distinctive “Certified Fresh” by Rotten Tomatoes, the tape introduces us to a retired James Bond, who after leaving the British secret service is enjoying a quiet life in Jamaica. However, his peace is interrupted when an old friend from the CIA, Felix Leiter, shows up to ask for his help. The mission will consist of rescuing a kidnapped scientist, but the intervention of Spectra and a new British secret agent will mean that it turns out to be much more dangerous than expected, and will put James Bond on the trail of a mysterious villain, much more dangerous than ever. Spectra and that it has a new and dangerous technology.

The 4K UHD + Blu-ray editions include more than an hour of bonus content, although all of it is housed on the 4K Ultra HD disc since the Blu-Ray disc lacks extras. In this way, in extremely high definition we can explore all the action and spectacle of the latest installment of James Bond starring the blond actor, who was strongly criticized at the time but who, with his own merits, has become one of the James Bond top rated by fans. In this way, we can enjoy four exclusive featurettes and a retrospective of the Bond franchise, with an estimated duration of 45 minutes.

No Time To Die is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (True Detective) and stars Daniel Craig (Daggers in the Back), Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody), Léa Seydoux (The Life of Adèle), Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel), Ben Whishaw (Spectre), Naomie Harris (Venom: There Will Be Carnage), Jeffrey Wright (Westworld), Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds) and Ralph Fiennes (The Grand Budapest Hotel), among others.

The film is shown in its Steelbook edition packed with extras, which we’ve reviewed for Cinemascomics readers. The Steelbook review is completely spoiler-free, in case you haven’t had a chance to see it yet and want to know what extras this special limited edition metal case contains, which includes a 4K Ultra HD disc and a Blu-Ray disc, both with the same contents as the standard edition in an amaray box, whose 4K Ultra HD format improves the home theater experience thanks to the combination of 4K resolution with the richness of colors provided by High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology.


Co-producers: Daniel Craig, Andrew Noakes and David Pope
Music: hans zimmer
Costume Design: Suttirat Anne Larlarb
Edition: Elliot Graham and Tom Cross
Production design: Mark Tildesley
Director of photography: Linus Sandgren
Executive producer: Chris Brigham
History of: Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Cary Joji Fukunaga
Lines of: Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Cary Joji Fukunaga, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Produced by: Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli
Directed by: Cary Joji Fukunaga
The main musical theme of the film, ‘No Time to Die’, is played by Billie Eilish


  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen 2.39:1
  • Age rating: Not recommended for children under 12 years of age
  • Audio: Spanish and French Dolby Digital Plus 7.1; English Dolby Atmos and French Dolby Digital 2.0 audio description service
  • Subtitle: Spanish, English for the deaf, Dutch, French and Greek
  • Duration: 163 minutes


Aspect Ratio: Widescreen 2.39:1
Age rating: Not recommended for children under 12 years of age
Audio: Spanish, Czech and French Dolby Digital Plus 7.1; English Dolby Atmos
Subtitles: Spanish, English for the deaf, Czech, Dutch, French and Greek
Duration: 163 minutes


Additional content in 4K Ultra HD:


As usual in the franchise, the opening sequences of the movies always show a great display of action, and No Time To Die could not be the exception, so there is an incredible scene before the credits, with a great chase in Matera that begins on foot, then continues by motorcycle and ends by car. But not in any car, but on board the emblematic Aston Martin DB5. So, through interviews with leading man Daniel Craig and director Cary Joji Fukunaga, as well as on-set interviews with key members of the technical and artistic team, we will discover how they planned and shot this spectacular sequence.


In Hollywood today, the big blockbusters who want to take the box office by storm bet on (and often abuse) digital effects to add spectacularity to their action sequences. However, in a show of personality and support for the traditional crafts of the seventh art, instead of betting on CGI, the Bond franchise prefers to distinguish itself from the rest by always shooting action scenes in a practical way, hardly using special effects, and in real environments. In this way, in this video we see how the technical team of Sin Tiempo Para Morir decides to continue with this tradition.


One of the great hallmarks of the James Bond saga is to introduce the main character in exotic locations, so these could not be missing from the latest 007 film starring Daniel Craig. In addition to returning to a place known to the British spy, Jamaica, the last service to His Majesty performed by the British actor also has visits to other equally beautiful terrain, with the locations of Italy, Norway and Scotland that we can see throughout footage length. Daniel Craig, Cary Fukunaga and other members of the technical team break down how filming was in these spectacular and exotic locations, each with its own particularities, both with advantages and disadvantages.


Production Designer Mark Tildesley and Costume Designer Suttirat Anne Larlarb discuss, along with some members of the cast and crew, the inspiration and challenges of coming up with and developing sets and costumes that were not only on the height of the Bond franchise, but they managed to surprise the viewer and captivate those viewers who wanted to start in the saga.


Video that functions as a special 45-minute retrospective, in which actor Daniel Craig candidly reflects on what it has been like for him, personally and professionally, to embody the most famous British spy in the world over the last 15 years . In this way, through archive images never seen before, going from his debut in the character with Casino Royale to this latest installment, number 25 of the saga, the interpreter shares all his personal memories and the long road traveled until his last performance as James Bond, which was on the verge of not being produced and staying with Specter as a farewell to the actor. It also features conversations with producers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.

Finally, we hope you enjoy buying No Time To Die, now available to take home on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K UHD + Blu-ray (amaray box and limited edition Steelbook) and digital (rental). and sale); and so you can see it as many times as you want, both in its original version and dubbed into Spanish.