The thing that no one wants to admit is that most people want things to happen to them. We tell each other lies about the fight for free will and independence, but we don't really want that. We want to be told how to live and then die when we're not looking. People want oblivion, and a few of us are born to build it for them. So here I am - their invisible god sneaking under their skin.

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By: Rami Malek
Characters: Lyutsifer Safin
From: No Time To Die
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

Context:
Bio-terrorist Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek) comments on his rationale for releasing his poison upon the world. He wants to play God.

Lyutsifer Safin: I want the world to evolve, yet you want it to stay the same. Let's face it - I've made you redundant.
James Bond: No. Not as long as there are people like you in the world.

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By: Daniel Craig | Rami Malek
Characters: James Bond | Lyutsifer Safin
From: No Time To Die
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

Context:
Bio-terrorist Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek), speaking to James Bond (Daniel Craig) during the finale of No Time to Die. Safin comments on his rationale for releasing his poison upon the world. Bond responds with his reason for working in intelligence.

Valdo Obruchev: I could eradicate your entire race without even the use of a laboratory!
Nomi: Okay... time to die!

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By: David Dencik | Lashana Lynch
Characters: Lashana Lynch | Valdo Obruchev
From: No Time To Die
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

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Scientist and Bio-terrorist Valdo Obruchev (David Dencik) provokes MI6 Agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch) while the two fight for a suitcase filled with vials of "Heracles," a bio-weapon Obruchev and Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek) are attempting to release upon the world. Nomi proceeds to throw Obruchev into a vat of his own poison.

Lyutsifer Safin: James Bond. License to kill, history of violence... I could be speaking to my own reflection. Only your skills will die with your body, while mine will survive long after I'm gone.
James Bond: History isn't kind to men who play God.

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By: Daniel Craig | Rami Malek
Characters: James Bond | Lyutsifer Safin
From: No Time To Die
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

Context:
Bio-terrorist Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek), speaking to James Bond (Daniel Craig) during the finale of No Time to Die. Safin comments on the similarities between the two, with the key difference being that Safin believes he will keep killing after his death, thanks to his poison that he is attempting to release upon the world.

Nomi: I get why you shot him.
Eve Moneypenny: Well, everyone tries at least once.

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By: Lashana Lynch | Naomie Harris
Characters: Eve Moneypenny | Nomi
From: No Time To Die
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

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MI6 Double-0 agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch), speaking to secretary Eve Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) about James Bond. Nomi feels a sense of competition from Bond, who has returned to MI6 after 6 years living off grid.

Nomi: The world's moved on, Commander Bond.
James Bond: You're a Double-O?
Nomi: Two years. So stay in your lane. You get in my way, I will put a bullet in your knee... the one that works.

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By: Daniel Craig | Lashana Lynch
Characters: James Bond | Nomi
From: No Time To Die
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

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Nomi (Lashana Lynch), an MI6 operative who has been designated as a "Double-0" agent, gives a not so subtle warning to Commander James Bond (Daniel Craig). They are separately conducting the same operation in Havana, Cuba - Nomi for MI6 and Bond, for the CIA.

I didn't need to kill you. I'd already broken you. I wanted to give you an empty world like the one you gave me. It's enough to almost make me regret it. Almost.

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By: Christoph Waltz
Characters: Ernst Stavro Blofeld
From: No Time To Die
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

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Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) is speaking to James Bond (Daniel Craig) in a pivotal scene from No Time to Die, talking about sparing Bond's life previously.

James, you gave up everything for her. When her secret finds its way out, and it will, it'll be the death of you.

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By: Christoph Waltz
Characters: Ernst Stavro Blofeld
From: No Time To Die
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

Context:
Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) is speaking to James Bond (Daniel Craig) about Bond's love interest Madeleine (Léa Seydoux) and a secret that Bond hasn't fully realized at this point in the movie. Once Bond realizes what Blofeld is referring to, it leads to a confrontation between the two men. The statement could also foreshadow future events in the film.

The proper function of man is to live, not to exist. I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them. I shall use my time.

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By: Ralph Fiennes
Characters: M
From: No Time To Die
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy and Espionage

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WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD!

MI6 spy chief M (Ralph Fiennes) gathers Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) and others in the London to pay tribute to a fallen comrade, opening a book and reading a quote that calls back to the history of Ian Fleming’s James Bond series.

According to Yahoo Entertainment, the lines that M reads come from Jack London, an American novelist known for adventure books like The Call of the Wild and The Sea Wolf. The passage was first published in the San Francisco Bulletin in 1916, which said that the author "is known to have said these words, just two months before his death, to a group of friends with whom he was discussing life and living."

The words have another connection to the James Bond lexicon. The very same passage appeared in Ian Fleming's 1964 novel You Only Live Twice.

In the novel, the words are used to eulogize Bond after a newspaper obituary appears and the world mistakenly thinks that the famed British agent has been killed. MI6 agent and 007 love interest Mary Goodnight suggests “these simple words for his epitaph. Many of the junior staff here feel they represent his philosophy: ‘I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them. I shall use my time.'” The book connection suggests that we shouldn't write off 007 for good.

No Time to Die offers other clues, including what M says just after reading the quote, "Let's get back to work." Additionally, at the very end of the credits, the franchise's trademark statement "James Bond will return" appears.

source: www.yahoo.com,