United Artists | Release Date: December 19, 1997
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WalkingDead5640Jul 10, 2013
It's such a fun movie! So much great action and a bike and car chase! Pure Bondism. Watch this and feel the same thrills that went through my body when I watched this. The plot is over the top, but it's a Bond movie and damn good one.
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DibbHansenJul 16, 2013
While it can have some entertaining action sequences, the story lacks- majorly. There are some good lines in there, but the film relies too much on action to make up for the lacking story, so it falls short. Plus, none of the characters areWhile it can have some entertaining action sequences, the story lacks- majorly. There are some good lines in there, but the film relies too much on action to make up for the lacking story, so it falls short. Plus, none of the characters are very memorable here... Expand
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MovieGuysApr 23, 2014
Sadly, Tomorrow Never Dies is a jumbled mess of a Bond; probably the worst of the Brosnan lineup. The plot is so implausible to the point where it's almost not fun anymore, and Hatcher definitely doesn't add anything to the movie. The actionSadly, Tomorrow Never Dies is a jumbled mess of a Bond; probably the worst of the Brosnan lineup. The plot is so implausible to the point where it's almost not fun anymore, and Hatcher definitely doesn't add anything to the movie. The action scenes are so-so, but overall the movie is a flop. Expand
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BarneyOnMTJan 5, 2016
WHAT I LIKED: Some very thrilling action sequences and clasic Bond-style dialogue feature heavily here. It's massiveoy cliched - but not in a bad way
WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It is cliched, but also very formulaic, 'Tomorrow never dies' lacks
WHAT I LIKED: Some very thrilling action sequences and clasic Bond-style dialogue feature heavily here. It's massiveoy cliched - but not in a bad way
WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It is cliched, but also very formulaic, 'Tomorrow never dies' lacks interesting plot, character, pace or depth to keep it engaging. It leaves you kind of bored - and that's not a place you want to be
VERDICT: A truly forgettable Bond with only the action sequences to redeem this very formulaic Bond adventure.
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FilipeNetoFeb 19, 2018
Directed by Roger Spottiswoode and produced by Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, has Bruce Feirstein script and is the eighteenth film in the franchise. In this film, Pierce Brosnan plays 007 alongside Michelle Yeoh, in the role ofDirected by Roger Spottiswoode and produced by Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, has Bruce Feirstein script and is the eighteenth film in the franchise. In this film, Pierce Brosnan plays 007 alongside Michelle Yeoh, in the role of Bond-girl Wai Lin, Teri Hatcher, on the role of Paris Carver and Jonathan Pryce, in the role of Elliot Carver. In this film, James Bond will investigate a mysterious act of war between Britain and China, allying to an agent of the Chinese secret services. Quickly, the two spies will focus their attention on a mysterious and egocentric mogul media, which doesn't look at ways to keep himself at the top of the audience.

This is the second movie where Pierce Brosnan gives life to Bond and, as in the first appearance, he failed to surprise the audience. The actor is good and strives but failed to give authenticity to his Bond, even in action scenes, and convincing the public. Not to mention that, increasingly, advertising products will invade the film as if it were a plague. The plot, however, will help getting to forget such problems. In fact, the way the mass media influences the world thinking is still a concern for many people, particularly the anti-mainstream groups. Still, it's sad to see that, as happened with the previous film, this movie also has not sought a drop of inspiration in the novels of Ian Fleming. Another very positive point of this film is the excellent interpretation of Jonathan Pryce, in the villain's role. He managed to become truly relentless. The curious Q-branch gadgets back to deserve a positive note thanks to a BMW, which not only walks alone but also has a female voice. The opening theme of this film, sung by Sheryl Crow is, in my opinion, striking and worthy of being heard and appreciated.
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