Tomorrow Never Dies


Action / Adventure / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 57%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 53%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 160704


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Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
Gerard Butler as Leading Seaman - HMS Devonshire
Teri Hatcher as Paris Carver
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by cinemajesty 7 / 10

Bond Eighteen

Movie Review: "007: Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997)

Actor Pierce Brosnan, reprising his elegantly portrayal in the role as James Bond in a much darker received "007" picture directed by Roger Spottiswoode, who together with magnificient atmospheric coverage by cinematographer Robert Elswit, deliver an future-establishing action movie for a more adult target audience.

Producers Barbara Broccoli, first time presenting without her recently deceased father Albert R. Broccoli (1909-1996) through the Eon Productions Ltd. banner, and Michael G. Wilson raise stakes with first Bond film providing a production budget over a hundred million U.S. dollar. The action scene are in terms of scale superior over "GoldenEye" (1995) with ranging from a Jetstream missiles shooting pre-title sequence, then Bond, in a rare commander uniform presence, before he base jumps from a in-flight gunship to dive for a sunken British destroyer and an accelerating skyscraper window-breaking escape sequence in exotic exterior Thailand locations, where "007" engages with Chinese spy Wai Lin, performed by highly physical-trained actress Michelle Yeoh. Together they must speed through Saigon city on a highlighted motorcycle chase, followed by vicious henchmen of the Carver Media Group, led by the character of Elliot Carver, playfully and outgoing portrayed by actor Jonathan Pryce, who did his homework by sharing one of the most memorable beats in "007" nemesis history in fabricating the News of the World for personal benefits.

Composer David Arnold creates an epic score, which comes along with striking visuals, but then again are not given justice by an inbalanced editorial of 115 minutes that misses out in decisive beat work and leaves the audience at times completely lost, especially in the Hamburg Carver News launching occasion, within an unless initially-intriguing screenplay by Bruce Feirstein, which only partially succeeds to be full-bodied quality motion picture entertainment as to say a unique hyper-suspenseful thriller, which "Tomorrow Never Dies" could have been under a different direction by putting further focus on the relationship between the character of Paris Carver and James Bond and its World War 3 menacing consequences.

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Reviewed by gavin6942 8 / 10

One of the Cooler Bond Concepts

James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) heads to stop a media mogul's plan to induce war between China and the UK in order to obtain exclusive global media coverage.

The Bond films are both hit and miss as well as an acquired taste. And each time there is a new Bond, people readjust and some people just will not move on. Personally, I think Brosnan was a great Bond, and I actually think this is one of the best films in the series, contrary to popular opinion.

Much of the series is either about Soviet issues or post-Soviet issues. This one, however, is about global media dominance. Now 20 years old, it seems more appropriate than ever with its satellites and cell phones. This movie could have been made today with only the most minor of adjustments.

Reviewed by ivo-cobra8 10 / 10

My seventh favorite James Bond 007 movie Pierce Brosnan second best movie

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) is my seventh favorite James Bond 007 movie and Pierce Brosnan second best movie he did in my opinion. It is not better than GoldenEye but it is good decent action movie with great explosions, dangerous stunts and great action. Who is my favorite James Bond 007? That will definitely be Pierce Brosnan no one else, since his first film GoldenEye. I saw this movie as a fifteen year old teen I even have a poster at home from this movie. I love this movie I thought Roger Spottiswoode did a good job directing it. I thought it had decent stunts, decent action, less humor than Roger Moore. If you agree with me good, if you disagree with me that is your opinion. Tomorrow Never Dies is the 18th entry in the official James Bond film series.

Pierce Brosnan makes his second appearance as Agent 007, James Bond heads to stop a media mogul's plan to induce war between China and the UK in order to obtain exclusive global media coverage.

I love the opening scene in which in Russia Bond steals airplane with military missals and weapons who are been sold to international terrorist and brings them home. We see Pierce Brosnan flying an airplane. In real life Pierce Brosnan was scared of that airplane he thought the crew will killed him. You have a beautiful explosions from those airplanes. In Hamburg, Germany Bond breaks into the headquarters of Carver's media company and finds the office occupied by Henry Gupta, Carver's communications specialist and known techno-terrorist. He is been chased from security guys, because Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh) makes entry and she touches the alarm. Bond is being fired by machine guns in which he flees great action sequences.

Bond drives a new car BMW 7 Series with a remote control on a cell phone Ericson. I miss those times in which we used Ericsson cell phone. In 2004 I had that phone for a year until it got broken and I had to buy a new phone. Bond with cell phone drives with his cell phone as a remotely without touching the steering wheel. I did read a complaint about this scene on IMDb that is not realistic and it shouldn't have been in this movie. Listen folks it is a fiction not realistic, it James Bond so who cares. I never mind that scene it was great action sequence in which Bond eluded his attackers and he drove his car off the wall ha ha.

James Bond and Wai Lin in Saigon, Vietnam jumped off the building in Carver's HQ. They escaped Carver's henchman and the flee off the building. They slide down Carver's poster while been handcuffed. Great action sequence in which Pierce Brosnan and Michele Yeoh drove handcuff on a motorcycle. That was incredible dangerous stunt. I read Michelle Yeoh did her own stunt on the motorcycle and it was really painful too sit on that bike her legs and body hurt her. Cars and helicopter chased them until they hanker the helicopter and it explodes. Practical effect real explosion no CGI or shaky cam real action. Bond in Vietnam that was interested story well done acted.

Bond on the ship a stealth craft that is invisible on the radar uses hand grenade and he actives with his watch the grenade explodes and he makes the ship visible on the radar. Bond kick's ass and he kill's on the end Carver. He throws Carver in to the sea drill excellent. Bond is fired with machine guns and he fires back killing several Carver's man.

Jonathan Pryce plays a good memorable villain, 'the emperor of the air,' Elliot Carver who was prepared to go to any length to increase the power of his media empire. If you think actor Jonathan Pryce did not a good job playing a bad guy. Watch him Ronin (1998) with Robert De Niro a year after this movie he played another bad guy.

Götz Otto plays Stamper, the loyal psychopath henchman who follows Carver's orders murdering a group of shipwrecked British sailors. He was a good second bad guy but he wasn't memorable like Famke Janssen as Xenia Onatopp.

Judi Dench is once again as M and she is more handsome and awesome than she was in GoldenEye. She is a good heart person in this movie I thought the actress did her job well. Samantha Bond, Joe Don Baker and Desmond Llewellyn - all reprise their "GoldenEye" roles.

Michelle Yeoh did a good job as Wai Lin the new Bond girl she was awarded for the role of Wai Lin. A martial artist of considerable skills, she preferred to work alone - until she begins to trust 007.

Carver's wife Paris was played by the great beauty, Teri Hatcher was excellent as Paris Carver's wife. She was good in her role and her performance. After an assassin kill's Carver's wife here we seen Bond's remorse and feelings, not a stone killer like Daniel Craig in Quantum of Solace.

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) is the eighteenth spy film in the James Bond series to be produced by Eon Productions, and the second to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. Directed by Roger Spottiswoode, with the screenplay written by Bruce Feirstein.

10/10 Great Bond theme, it is my seventh favorite James Bond 007 movie in top ten favorite Bond films. I love this film to death and in my opinion it is way underrated.

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