- Studio: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corporation (MGM)
- Release Date: Nov 19, 1999
Awards & Rankings
Generally favorable reviews- based on 64 Ratings
Oct 14, 2015This review contains spoilers, click full review link to view. The first two Bond movies with Pierce Brosnan are clearly his best, but this movie is still enjoyable. Brosnan is a reasonable good James Bond.
Unfortunately the story is a bit complex for a Bond movie and the main villain is not very interesting: a man who can't feel pain coz a bullet is stuck in his brain sounds interesting enough, but makes for some dull fight scenes and an unsatisfying death of the bad guy.
Judy Dench as 'M' is useless as usual and this time she even lets herself being kidnapped. Too bad Bond saves her and she only gets killed off in a later movie.
Denise Richards is of course not very believable as a nuclear scientist and she's not even half as beautiful as Sophie Marceau is.
The boat chase scene is very memorable though and easily one of the most spectacular Bond moments ever seen.… Full Review »
Apr 24, 2014The World is not enough is an average Bond flick with usual action and bland plot line, but nothing more to offer. The movie seems tired, andThe World is not enough is an average Bond flick with usual action and bland plot line, but nothing more to offer. The movie seems tired, and it shows in everything in it.… Full Review »
Jul 16, 2013Pierce Brosnan does a great job at bringing the emotional side of Bond to this picture and the story is inventive and interesting, even if itPierce Brosnan does a great job at bringing the emotional side of Bond to this picture and the story is inventive and interesting, even if it is at times way over the top, but that is what I want in a movie. The villains in the film are interesting and the acting is great in this film (except for one Denise Richards, who is sometimes okay, but she has her bad moments). The action is awesome in this film and the music is perfect. I really enjoyed this film and the fact that they brought the more emotional side of Bond out.… Full Review »