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Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

Action | 119 minutes
3,06 1.998 votes

Genre: Action / Adventure

Duration: 119 minuten

Country: United Kingdom / United States

Directed by: Roger Spottiswoode

Stars: Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce and Michelle Yeoh

IMDb score: 6,5 (205.035)

Releasedate: 11 December 1997

Tomorrow Never Dies plot

"Yesterday is a memory. Today is history. Tomorrow is in the hands of one man."

Someone is pitting the world's powers against each other and only James Bond can stop this. When a British naval ship is mysteriously sunk, the earth seems to be headed for World War III until James Bond tracks down the criminal genius Elliot Carver, a powerful media baron whose craft is to criminally manipulate earth-shattering events. created. After pleading with Carver's wife, the sexy Paris, for help, Bond comes into contact with a Chinese secret service agent. Wai Lin who has quite a few deadly abilities. He joins her in some explosive action and breathtaking chases in an attempt to keep Carver away from his latest news story: war between China and Britain.

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I remember an interview with Pierce Brosnan to promote Tomorrow Never Dies in which a Dutch journalist asks Brosnan what he thinks of our Daphne Deckers, who has a tiny supporting role in this film. There was a moment of silence and then Brosnan said, "That woman has a lot to learn...".

Pierce Brosnan is not my favorite James Bond, a bit too smooth for my taste, but still a nice movie with a nice title song by Sheryl Crow.

So sorry about Daffie Duck.

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Don Homer

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Pierce Brosnan is a great Bond, but he can't do it alone. The rest of the actors are disappointing, although the Chinese lady (Michelle Yeoh) is good in the action (Jackie Chan was stunt rope). The big crook is really lousy. According to IMDb, Anthony Hopkins gave up for the role after a few days because it was such chaos and the script was not finished. A wise choice, although it is of course a loss for the film.

The script didn't work out, although the whole thing was still entertaining.

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Brosman lacks an aura of a killer. But he is also not helped by terrible dialogue, sarcastic one-liners every now and then, conversations that go nowhere.

It's a boring story about a media mogul played by Jonathan Price who is over the top in a bad way and doesn't come across as menacing because a Bond Villain is supposed to do.

Action in the movie is mediocre. BMW self-steering scene was good, was good and clear. Michelle Yeoh and Teri Hatcher weren't bond girls. Hatcher had too short a role. She played the antagonist's wife and Bond's ex. But that is hardly talked about. She is quickly killed. Yeoh character comes and goes too. She does well in the action scenes but she had no chemistry with Bond. Would have been better if only Hatcher was in it. She, as Bond's ex, has a lot more to say.

Tomorrow Never Dies is a boring, mouth-wateringly bad Bond film.

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