In ‘No Time To Die,’ Bond Gave Us A Truly Strong Woman When No One Else Would

In ‘No Time To Die,’ Bond Gave Us A Truly Strong Woman When No One Else Would


Spoilers.

Who would have thought, as Hollywood fervently tries to dish out one-dimensional girlbosses who nasally remind us every five minutes throughout their movies that they wear pants and can do everything men can do, that one of the most compelling, inspiring female leads to come onto the silver screen lately would be a Bond girl?

But that’s exactly what Léa Seydoux, as the love interest Madeleine Swann to Daniel Craig’s James Bond, brings in “No Time To Die,” released in theaters on Friday.

Trending: Dr. Stella Immanuel: “The Whole Pandemic Was A TROJAN HORSE For Vaccines – Fauci Is Epitome Of Evil.”

I remember when my dad took me to see “Spectre” in 2015, in which Seydoux’s character made her debut. We both liked the movie, and I remember him remarking that she was an interesting, refreshing change from the sultry “Bond girl”

Continue reading

You Might Like

 

Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Thanks for sharing!
Send this to a friend