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      There were a string of these Columbo movies that really just didn’t quite cut the mustard for me, and this was one of them. I’m not sure what the problem was. Perhaps it’s the lack of star power, that really charismatic murderer that grabbed your attention and held on to

      it, or maybe the writing isn’t that good. Whatever the case, Columbo: No Time to Die falls into this category of average movie. If it weren’t for the Columbo character, I won’t bother.

      It is Peter Falk who keeps this moderately done movies in focus. The character doesn’t stray.


      • He’s still unassuming and still under estimated. His trademark mannerisms and phrases are worth watching at any time. Take him away, and no one would care about the rest of the story.

        Columbo: No Time to Die has Columbo attending the wedding of his nephew, while the unseen Mrs. Columbo is

        tending to her mother, who fell while skateboarding, which is hysterical. Columbo’s nephew is played by Thomas Calabro, while his new bride is portrayed by Joanna Going.

        Going did a good job as the kidnapped bride, held hostage by a depraved stalker. Juliet Mills has a small role, as does Patrick Swayze’s brother, Don.




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