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Plot: Agent James Bond 007 is on a mission which includes a media tycoon, his former lover and a Chinese agent. Elliot Carver wants to complete his global media empire, but in order for this to work., he must achieve broadcasting rights in China. Carver wants to to start up World War III by starting a confrontation over British and Chinese waters. Bond gains the helping of Wai Lin on his quest to stop him, but how will Bond feel when he meets up with his former lover, who is know Carver's wife. Runtime: 119 mins Release Date: 18 Dec 1997
My seventh favorite James Bond 007 movie Pierce Brosnan second best movie (by ivo-cobra8)
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 <more>
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.GĂ¶tz 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.
were those who manufactured weapons, in the 90's, the medias gain as much money as them, so Elliot decides to begin a war to have the complete coverage of the deed, so our fellow agent 007 must stoop this crazy guy from beginning a war just for economic reasons.... So, we can say the plot is quite good and original as well, nobody can say no.And this movie was a great follow up to the blockbuster mega hit that was Goldeneye, Pierce Brosnan shining as the British agent, as he always did in his 007 period. Michelle Yeoh was great too, and she portrayed perfectly good the woman of the 90's: Independent, fighting side by side with men, even defeating them, smart, pretty, well the 90's woman......The music by Sheryl Crow is lovely and sweet, and fits great into the atmosphere of the movie, something on what the producers of the Bond movies always lay stress on. A good Bond movie needs a good song, and a good car too, ja."The difference between craze and greatness is measured only by success" "There's no news, like bad news" This is an example of Carver's "philosophy" of life, funny thing to hear, you realize he is a crazy that believes what he says....So, if you are an action lover this movie is for you, and if you are a Bond lover this movie will like you too.
James Bond-Still saving the world after all these years (by crowrobot)
'Tomorrow Never Dies' is a superb Bond film, and if you're not looking for anything else, it provides some great entertainment.The story: Bond Pierce Brosnan has the save the world from a megalomaniac again, but this time, the threat is Elliot Carver Jonathan Pryce, clearly having the time of his life , a worldwide media baron who wants to start a war in order to get higher ratings. All the Bond regulars are here: Q Desmond Llewelyn , who gives Bond a new BMW complete with rocket launchers, machine guns, and a remote control there's a fun chase sequence in a high-rise <more>
garage where Bond sits in the backseat and drives the car by remote ; M Judi Dench , still frosty and unamused with some of Bond's... questionable tactics; and Miss Moneypenny, who gets one of the best lines in the film.The Bond girl this time around is Wai Lin Michelle Yeoh , a Chinese agent who has also been sent to find out what Carver's up to. Lin and Bond team up in the last part of the film, and their chemistry is impeccable. Lin also gets to kick some butt, which is always fun to see.Overall, if you're looking for some good IL' action and adventure, you can't go wrong with James Bond. 10/10
This movie has made up for all the recent bad Bond movies made.Brosnan changed his look for this one and leared from his mistakes in Goldeneye.Very well done with regards to action and special effects.The direction and cinematography was also splendid.The producers have also finally found a proper 90's atmosphere for Bond.This film has set the standard for the new Bond formula.Complaints about the unrealistic storyline is unfounded.Wake up nay sayers.How realistic can DR. No and Goldfinger be?Both mentioned films being considered model Bond movies.The unrealism must be eclipsed by great <more>
entertainment and innovative fim making.The Bond movies are a great vehicle for innovative action film making and given this,Tomorrow Never Dies delivers.Another annoying complaint by others is that the villain here was not menacing.Once again,in other Bond classics,the big boss is not required to be a physical specimen.Many versions of Blofeld and even Goldfinger himself were menacing in other ways.One more comlaint I did not like was that there was too much Rambo like shooting.In other classic Bond films,there are a lot of shootings galore.The difference is that in this film,the shooting scenes were more graphic and there is nothing wrong with that becouse it is time the Bond films took it to the next level in these scenes.Why should the Bond films get left behind in this area when it is the pinnacle of all action films?Yup!Brosnan was lighting it up with that rapid fire weapon and it was done the right way!James was never handled this way when he was given a weapon like that before and it was about time he was portrayed with little compromise this way.This film is not better than the best of Connery and Moore but this one rates among the best Bond films all time.I'm so happy Brosnan grew into it.I hated his weak portrayal in Goldeneye but I still knew adjustments here and there would fix it.Tomorrow Never Dies realised my desire for Brosnan's Bond.I knew he could do it this way ever since I saw him in the old Remington Steele TV series back in 1983.I knew he had to toughen up physically and get a haircut.He did both and became Bond. d
It was great... I don't understand the backlash (by mattrochman)
For some reason, Bond loyalists and sometimes Bond fans didn't rate this installment. However, I believe it was one of the best Bond's ever made.The villain Pryce was terrific, even though the nature of his character was a bit overdone. The women were both stunning and were not denied some character development of their own as is the case in many other Bonds .The gadgets delivered by Q and the gadgets in Lin's secret office in China were extremely impressive - including that magnificent 7-series BMW.But probably the stand out aspect of this Bond, above all others, were the <more>
terrific comedy and double entendre. After all, this was the film that gave rise to the now often used "cunning linguist." But there were many others that were absolutely hilarious - including "I'm brushing up on a little Danish", "I've always been a fan of Chinese technology" and Bond returning his car to Avis.That said, the film did not get bogged down in the comedy. Furthermore, it didn't get bogged down in boring, drawn-out plot divergences that other Bonds especially the older ones tend to do. It was thrilling and engaging from start to finish and avoid the boring periods that crop up in other bond films. Brosnan is terrific and this was certainly his best effort.I regard this is one of the best Bond's of all time.
"Tomorrow Never Dies" is the 18th James Bond film, with Pierce Brosnan back as 007. This is a very good follow-up to Brosnan's first Bond movie "Goldeneye". "Tomorrow Never Dies" had the unfortunate task of opening on the exact same day as "Titanic" December 19, 1997 . Even though "Titanic" went on to break box office records, "Tomorrow Never Dies" was not left in the dust. It surpassed "Goldeneye" domestically with a box office gross of $125 million "Goldeneye" grossed $106 million . There are two major <more>
assets that make "Tomorrow Never Dies" really work, a great Bond villain and a great Bond woman. Jonathan Pryce is a major standout as Elliot Carver, the megalomaniacal media magnate Bond faces off against. The other standout: Michelle Yeoh as Wai Lin, Bond's female sidekick who makes a fine companion for Bond. Brosnan is fine as 007 as he was in "Goldeneye", and also returning for the second time are Joe Don Baker as CIA agent Jack Wade, Judi Dench as "M", Samantha Bond as "Miss Moneypenny", and Desmond Llewelyn as "Q". As for the other familiar face in the cast, Teri Hatcher from TV's "Lois & Clark" is just adequate as Elliot Carver's wife Paris. "Tomorrow Never Dies" is just as good as "Goldeneye"***1/2 out of four
"Let's see how she responds to my touch." (by Nazi_Fighter_David)
Q demonstrated how to drive the BMW by remote control by moving his finger around a pad inside a special mobile phoneÂ…None of Bond's cars can compare for hi-tech gadgetry with the BMW 750 Sedan he drove on this film missionÂ… "Tomorrow Never Dies" opens with H.M.S Devonshire on a routine patrol from the Philippines to Hong Kong when it was overflown by two Chinese MiGs, whose pilots claimed the ships had veered into Chinese territorial watersÂ… While the captain and the pilots argued the point, the Devonshire shuddered from stern to sternÂ… Something had holed her below the <more>
waterline and she was sinking quicklyÂ… Virtually undetectable by radar, the stealth ship invisible to radar was Elliot Carver's secret weapon in his plan to cause international conflictsÂ…The schemes of Carver had brought Britain and China to the edge of warÂ… And the British will think it's a Chinese aerial torpedoÂ… Bond needed to find the wreck of H.M.S Devonshire and discover how and why it had sunkÂ… However a problem remained: how to get to the wreck, and which lay between the Chinese and the British fleets, undetected by the Chinese radar? Carver's daring bid for communication supremacy involves nothing less than achieving World War III and offering subscribers a ringside seatÂ… In his attempts to situate and stop Carver, Bond becomes implicated with his former lover Paris Â– now Carver's wife Â– and collaborates with resourceful Chinese agent Wai LinÂ… In "Tomorrow Never Dies," Pierce Brosnan was seen more confident as BondÂ… The actors playing Bond's back-up Â– Judi Dench, Samantha Bond, Joe Don Baker and Desmond Llewellyn Â– all reprise their "GoldenEye" rolesÂ… Former Miss Malaysia Michelle Yeoh was awarded the role of Wai LinÂ… MI6 was not the only agency interested in CarverÂ… The Chinese government sent one of its top security agents to uncover the secrets of his organizationÂ… After initial distrust, she and Bond form an almost telepathic understandingÂ… A martial artist of considerable skills, she preferred to work alone Â– until she begins to trust 007Â… Carver's wife Paris was played by the great beauty, Teri HatcherÂ… "I always wondered how I'd feel if I ever saw you again," said BondÂ… He soon had his answer Â– a stinging slap in the face... He had broken Paris' heart years before, and she had consoled herself by marrying a jealous husbandÂ… Yet she still carries an ex-flame for 007Â… Paris, like Jill Masterson Shirley Eaton in "Goldfinger," has only few minutes on-screen in the filmÂ…Jonathan Pryce plays the villain, 'the emperor of the air,' Elliot Carver who was prepared to go to any length to increase the power of his media empireÂ… Ricky Jay plays Henry Gupta the eccentric quietly spoken man to Carver's plansÂ… He's the most dangerous of the magnate's followersÂ… GĂ¶tz Otto plays Stamper, the loyal psychopath henchman who follows Carver's orders murdering a group of shipwrecked British sailorsÂ… Vincent Schiavelli plays the menacing Dr. Kaufman, a professional hit-man, and a priest of painÂ… The 18th Bond movie has it all: Too much action including an exciting chase through the streets of Saigon on a stylish BMW R1200 ; an effective girl; and a super carÂ…
Not the best Bond or Pierces finest.But a good cast and a lot of action makes this movie very enjoyable, (by lesleyharris30)
Tomorrow Never Dies is a good movie with a good cast,good storyline and plenty of action and suspense to keep this movie alive.Its not the best James Bond movie,but its not the worst either,but it certainly isn't Pierce Brosnans best Bond movie,who would currently be my favourite actor who's played Bond,although there's no Bond I don't like,Sean Connery,Roger Moore and Daniel Craig are also all great.When I saw the opening credits and saw Teri Hatcher came up,I was happy to see she was in it,because I've always liked her and find her very attractive.I was disappointed that <more>
she wasn't as main in it as I thought shed be,I thought shed be the main Bond girl in this movie,but that role actually went to Michelle Yeoh,I thought Teri Hatcher was much better,as an actress,her character and looks.James Bond returns and must stop a man named Elliot Carver,who is trying to cause war between the Uk and China just so he can obtain exclusive global news coverage.
One of the better Brosnan Bonds (by TheLittleSongbird)
I consider GoldenEye the best of the Brosnan Bonds, but this entry isn't half bad either. It has some terrific cinematography and locations, a great score and theme song, a good script and some excellent action. In general the plot is not too bad, the first half was gripping and plausible, however with the transition from Europe to Asia the film loses its way. Also I found Elliot Carver rather nonthreatening and somewhat pathetic as a villain though Jonathan Pryce did well with what he had. That said, Pierce Brosnan is excellent as Bond and Terri Hatcher is a great match for him. And the <more>
support of Judi Dench goes down well too. Overall, very good on the whole. 8/10 Bethany Cox