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Another Day

1 h 32 min200113+
A woman's boyfriend dies in a fire after a fight over the couple's unborn child. After the woman is involved in a drowning accident a few years later, she wakes up on-shore to find that she's living two days before her boyfriend's fatal fire.
Jeffrey Reiner
Shannen DohertyMax MartiniJulian McMahon
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4.4 out of 5 stars

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robert malynReviewed in the United Kingdom on 06 July 2018
2.0 out of 5 stars
Die Another Day is DUD
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Die Another Day
It is generally accepted that every James Bond actor’s debut Bond film is usually a great film with a great performance from the leading actor. Think of Connery with Dr No, Moore with Live and Let Die and Craig with Casino Royale. However, the various 007’s have not generally been so lucky with their swansong film, think of Connery in Diamonds Are Forever and Moore in View to A Kill. Both were lack lustre films short on inspiration and certainly not helped by tired performances by the ageing or out of shape leading men. The only ones who escaped this fate are Lazenby who left the series after one film the excellent OHMSS and Dalton after his second the excellent Licence To Kill. As to whether Daniel Craig can escape this curse in his final 007 outing waits to be seen but odds are his final film can’t possibly be any worse than Pierce Brosnan’s final Bond film Die Another Day – which is the unfortunate subject of this review.
As Bonds go – I really like Pierce Brosnan and his debut film Goldeneye was fantastic and he was brilliant, and the follow ups Tomorrow Never Dies and The World is Not Enough were decent films too yes they had their flaws but still good films and Brosnan was still great in them. But Die Another Day sadly is complete and utter rubbish and given the poor material and direction its not surprising that DAD is not his best performance. It also seems a tad unfair that the Bond producers sacked him from the role afterwards because clearly the problems with DAD were not his fault.
Compared to DAD, Other Bond films considered by both critics and fans to be complete turkeys in the series like Diamonds Are Forever, The Man with the Golden Gun, Quantum of Solace, Octopussy and A View To A Kill are at least watchable, entertaining and have some redeeming factors be that an interesting premise, great Villain or fantastic action / stunt work. Sadly, DAD really fails to inspire and deliver on all counts. Just about the only fun & worthwhile aspect about this film is spotting the references to previous Bond films. That’s it.
OK Its interesting for the first hour, Bond gets captured and imprisoned by the North Koreans and then freed due to a spy swap, he also must escape from MI6 and then goes rogue to track down the double agent who betrayed him and after finding a suitable lead involving Gustav Graves – based partly on Sir Hugo Drax from the Moonraker novel. The problem is we eventually find out he is really Colonel Moon based on Colonel Sun and how does that square with Graves? – the answer is the impossible concept of “gene therapy” – the real problem is trying to combine two villains. So, Bond returns to the UK and MI6 to investigate Graves by going on a mission to Iceland. Oddly James Bond a man on the MI6 most wanted list just flies into London on a false passport! and hunt the mol after making up with M and M16. Despite several massive plot holes each the size the Grand Canyon it does setup an interesting 2nd half if the 2nd half can deliver the goods. Trouble is it doesn’t it totally loses it marbles beyond redemption.
However, DAD Is the James Bond equivalent of From Dusk to Dawn and the film flips over to the complete ridiculous when the action moves to Iceland for the Ice Hotel and then onto North Korea. Yes, Bond is supposed to be tad far fetch but not this farfetched. The whole of the 2nd hour of the film is just so bad and unbelievable that it makes 1979’s Moonraker despite its silliness seem quite plausible and serious in comparison and certainly has less plot holes. I remember being bewildered when I saw DAD in the Cinema back in 2002 and got the same reaction watching this DVD a few weeks ago.
None of it is helped by what is an overdose on CGI. Yes, CGI can be a great enhancer to traditional film making that can provide more realism, cut production costs and reduce danger to stuntmen and ctors. Given that James Bond films are usually about super villain’s intent on world domination using lavish bases and super weaponry most fans accept that CGI will be used. But when CGI s too much lavishly applied just makes the film look looks cartoon cheap and detracts from the believability of the story. The net effect of it in DAD It’s almost like a big budget version of ED Wood’s Plan 9 From Outer Space. CGI use on this level might be great for Sc-Fi & Fantasy but or spy / espionage / action movies forget it. Combining the over use of CGI with a completely bonkers plot and a directional style not suited to James Bond resulted in the most unsatisfying of all the Bond movies.
Luckily EON productions listened to the negative feedback about Die Another Day and rebooted the series with Daniel Craig as Bond for Casino Royale and decided to do the stunts “the old-fashioned way”
As for the film I can only give it two stars. But it is still a Bond film and us Bond fans are completists.
Only buy it If you have all the other Bond films. Buy the all other Bond films first before buying this even the fore mentioned turkeys.
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AnonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 August 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
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The start of the film had me engaged and it was a good twist in the middle HOWEVER I lost interest after a while and the most ridiculous part of the film is that she pre-warned her husband about the fire in the factory, she gave him simple instructions but he still thought it was a good idea to go wondering off! Lastly the lady herself who warned her husband about the fire at the factory decides to wonder off into the factory and as a result her husband life is lost.... That part really annoyed me! a smart person follows instructions, the characters in this film were not very smart LOL!!!
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MaxReviewed in the United Kingdom on 05 June 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Not in sync with what I hope is a society that strives for equal opportunities for women
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So at the beginning Shannen’s character has the opportunity to pursue her dream of becoming a doctor but then she finds out she’s pregnant. Well I had to switch off the film as the bloke is telling Shannen’s character that she’s acting like a child and after some reflection......she then says he’s right she is acting like a child?! I mean talk about lack of regard to her being a woman that’s in a position of having to choose between unplanned pregnancy or embarking on her life long dream of having a career in medicine. If it was the bloke who was in the position of having a career opportunity in medicine then I’m sure he’d feel he could tell Shannon to have the baby while he pursues his dream career......I just couldn’t believe how insensitive he was and for Shannon’s character to then agree with him?! I mean what century are we living in?! While I think it’s important for society to respect women that choose having kids over careers (or work part time while their partners are the main breadwinner) I also think it’s important for society to respect the women that choose having a career over kids. I decided that this movie is too culturally backwards for me to watch so I switched it off, I wouldn’t recommend young women to watch this either as it sends a negative message to them if they choose having a career over children
KHSReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 September 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
amazon prime video using the reviews for Bond film Die Another Day for the crap film Another Day!!!
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I just watched the film Another day based on the 5 star reviews! But these 5 star reviews are for the Bond film Die Another Day!!!
the film Another Day is absolute pointless drivel! The story line could have been made into a good film but this BS film is just a drawn out load of pointless driving around, taking pointless boat trips and disconnected pointless conjectures!!!
AMAZON! STOP putting reviews for other films against BS films!!!!
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coraReviewed in the United Kingdom on 02 October 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Rollicking Good Bond Adventure
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It's probably not the best of the Bond films, but fun it is. Pierce Brosnan as Bond is sexy as hell and he is visibly enjoying himself in one of the most over the top adventures in the series - surfing a tsunami, no less. Add to that the amazing Halle Berry as Bond girl, John Cleese as Q and an invisible car, and you get a highly enjoyable action flick, albeit a rather campy one. I, for one, loved it. Great entertainment all round.
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BensonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 04 February 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great condition
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Item arrived on time and in good condition. I was concerned the tape would be damaged but it played as well as an VHS could. This also completed my Pierce Brosnan 007 collection.
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crewestewReviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 April 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
now thats bond
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what a great james bond a truly exciting film
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paul parkesReviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 November 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Good action film
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This was a very good bond movie that pierce brosnan made and also his last and I thought this was nearly as good as his first film which was goldeneye
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