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Tomorrow Never Dies

6.51 h 59 min1997X-Ray12
The Carver Media Group Network seems to know the news even before it happens. It's up to James Bond to find out how and why.
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Michael Byrne (Admiral Kelly)Adam Barker (HMS Devonshire Sonar)Gerard Butler (HMS Devonshire Leading Seaman)Julian Rhind-tutt (HMS Devonshire Yeoman)Dominic Shaun (HMS Devonshire Lieutenant Commander)Andrew Hawkins (Lieutenant Commander Peter Hume)Christopher Bowen (Commander Richard Day)Anthony Green (HMS Chester Firing Officer)Bruce Alexander (HMS Chester Captain)Mark Spalding (Stealth Boat Captain)Al Matthews (Master Sergeant 3)Colin Stinton (Dr. Dave Greenwalt)Daphne Deckers (PR Lady)Nina Young (Tamara Steel)Cecilie Thomsen (Professor Inga Bergstrom)Terence Rigby (General Bukharin)Julian Fellowes (Minister of Defense)Samantha Bond (Moneypenny)Colin Salmon (Robinson)Geoffrey Palmer (Admiral Roebuck)Vincent Schiavelli (Dr. Kaufman)Desmond Llewelyn (Q)Judi Dench (M)Philip Kwok (General Chang)Vincent Wang (Mig Pilot)Rolf Saxon (Philip Jones)Hugo Napier (Jeff Hobbs)Liza Ross (Mary Golson)Nadia Cameron (Beth Davidson)Laura Brattan (Staff Officer 2)William Scott-masson (Staff Officer 1)David Ashton (First Sea Lord)Brendan Coyle (HMS Bedford Leading Seaman)Eoin Mccarthy (HMS Bedford Yeoman)Jason Watkins (HMS Bedford Principal Warfare Officer)Gotz Otto (Stamper)Ricky Jay (Henry Gupta)Joe Don Baker (Wade)Teri Hatcher (Paris Carver)Michelle Yeoh (Wai Lin)Jonathan Pryce (Elliot Carver)
Barbara BroccoliMichael G. Wilson
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4.5 out of 5 stars

2369 global ratings

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FJYReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 February 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
One Of The Best Bond Films
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I remember first seeing this at the cinema back in 1997. This was Pierce Brosnan's second James Bond film, which established him more in the role. I have always preferred this to Goldeneye and it was certainly better than the following film, The World Is Not Enough. In fact, this has always been one of my favourite Bond films of the entire series. Everything about this film works. Teri Hatcher has a small role as an ex-flame of Bond's and Jonathan Pryce makes for a good, sinister Bond villain. The action scenes are mostly very good too, though the theme song by Sheryl Crow is pretty toe-curlingly awful. Michelle Yeo was the first Asian Bond Girl since You Only Live Twice and she is very impressive in her role.

You may be interested to know, also, that this is, allegedly, the uncut version of the film. The film was slightly cut by the BBFC for its original cinema and video release, but the Ultimate Edition (this is the same version) contains all of the material previously cut by the BBFC, though it is only a matter of several seconds of footage. So, if you want the most complete version of the film, this is the one to get. As I said, if you have only ever seen the film at the cinema or on video, then you aren't really missing much, so it's up to you.

Overall, this is a superb Bond film and worth buying. Brosnan's Bond career took a nosedive after this film, but it is still worlds better than most of the Daniel Craig Bond films, in my opinion. This was the last really decent film in the series, before the 2006 version of Casino Royale, but even that was flawed. If you want to see Pierce looking more comfortable and confident in the role of James Bond, then buy this and remember back when the Bond films were actually good...
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Keiran McAllisterReviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 January 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
Quite good.
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I'm watching all the 'Bond' films through in release order. I've never seen them before. It has been an interesting journey. Some of the films I found hard to see through to the end, others have been good fun.
This one 'The world is not enough' fits the good fun category.
Strangely Mr Brosnan's first film 'Tomorrow never dies, (this being his second), went in the rubbish category.
I move on now to 'Die another day'. Wish me luck.
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BifferlingReviewed in the United Kingdom on 06 May 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great bond adventure!
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I think it's an excellent Bond adventure ! Brosnan is effortlessly cool as always and is for me the best Bond (Moore is my second fav). I think this is his best performance as Bond, even though I think he was great in all his films.
Yeoh is also brilliant and beautiful and she too is super-cool. Add in the fact that she did lots of her stunts herself, then you have a very convincing Bond girl (she's also from the Chinese Intelligence in this film).
I personally think that Pryce is a great villain ! He may not be as menacing as Sanchez but then that's not the point of him... He's a megalomaniac looking for coverage rights of a war he's looking on starting, he's a different kind of villain (in my mind). Some of the speeches he does are fantastic, and I love the "there's no news, like bad news" line.
Plus, we have, albeit for a very short amount of time, the unforgettable Dr Kaufman !
All in all, a great Bond adventure with all the elements to make any Bond fan extremely happy (like me !)
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LionReviewed in the United Kingdom on 02 May 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
A must-watch thilling Bond movie.
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Amazing watch. Guns, gadgets and girls with the best 007 there has ever been.
Personally I think it's the 6th best Bond movie and it's great to own it on Prime Video to watch anywhere in the world on your device instantly, HOWEVER, very annoying not to have the extra features & documentaries which are very popular with Bond fans and come as part of all 007 DVD and Blu-Rays.
Jonathan SangerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 January 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
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Tomorrow Never Dies is the second James Bond outing for Pierce Brosnan. There is some nice bit of action and cool getaway scenes particularly in Saigon together with the interesting casting of Jonathan Pryce as the Media Mogul baddie with Gotz Otto as his henchman and the unlikely heroic casting of Michelle Yeoh as Bond's leading lady towards the film's ending. The plots worked fine of course. The film and its techniques were acceptable when it originally hit the box office and like Goldeneye, must be one of Brosnan's better entries in the Bond film franchise.
Mr Neil J TostevinReviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 August 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
Good, but far from being as good as Goldeneye
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Brosnans second outing as 007 and his second best behind Goldeneye.
Good action, clever humor and more than a sprinkling of the Bond cheesiness
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JONATHAN O'CONNORReviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 February 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
Goldeneye will always be my favourite of the Brosnan - Bonds
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Goldeneye will always be my favourite of the Brosnan - Bonds, but Tomorrow never dies isn't a bad film either. Personally though I find the whole 'terrorising the world, just to be able to report it before anyone else' a bit cheesy and silly.
C. G. GilmoorReviewed in the United Kingdom on 09 August 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
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The product is fine, but the delivery took close to 2 months.
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