Tomorrow Never Dies details
|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Pierce Brosnan, Teri Hatcher, Don Baker, Judi Dench, Jonathan Pryce, Michelle Yeoh, Samantha Bond, Geoffrey Palmer, Christopher Bowen, Desmond Llewelyn, Al Matthews, Terence Rigby, Pip Torrens, Vincent Schiavelli, Teri Hatch|
|Collections:||The James Bond Collection|
Tomorrow Never Dies
|Run time:||1 hour 54 minutes|
|Rental release:||03 Nov 2003|
|Subtitles:||Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Not as good as Goldeneye or The World is Not Enough, but close!By a customer from Newcastle Upon Tyne , 13 Jun 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]' Tomorrow Never Dies'
is an old time classic which will
be remembered by film/bond fans alike.
Pierce Brosnan 's interpretation of
Bond is the defintiive version. Sean Connery used to be my favourite but now
Pierce Brosnan's in the lead. Teri Hatcher [ The New Adventures Of Superman, Spy Kids] is Paris Carver the wife of media mogul Elliot Carver [ Jonothan Pryce - Pirates Of The Caribbean: Curse Of The Black Pearl,
Robert Louis Stevenson's The Game Of
Death] who is actually loosly based on
media mogul Rupert Murdoch [ i think that's how it's spelled] the man who started up ' Sky' television. there is even line in the film quoted from William Randulph Hurst ' You Provide The Pictures, I Provide the war' this film also stars Michelle Yeoh [ Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon] as Wai Lin who is martial arts expert and chinese spy who i think is the gutsiest
bond girl ever! [ she resists him all the way until credits roll.] i loved the
idea this also had henchman called ' Stamper' who is lot like cross between
Necros in ' 007: The Living Daylights' and Donald ' Red' Grant in ' 007: From Russia With Love' this really harckens back. Vicent Schiavelli is scary but very, very good in the role of Doctor Kauffman the assassin. the film has few dark elements but still sticks to the light heartedm, gung ho, triggerhappy formula which bond does so well. must see. *****
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Brosnan's bestBy MacMcB (13 reviews) from Newbury, England , 16 Nov 2008It's strange, but each of the various Bonds have had movies that I've liked - which is to say that I have liked (in one way or another) each of the various Bonds. For me, the best Bond of all was 'From Russia with Love' with Sean Connery, when it was all fresh and wonderful and foreign travel was exotic in itself, and the villians were really scary without being over the top. I must be the only person in the world who really liked Lazenby in OHMSS (or at least, OHMSS was a great thriller, and Lazenby didn't get in the way). Then Roger Moore's 'Octop-ssy'(strangley, the site won't accept that word as it thinks it's rude!)(aided by a script from the wonderful late George MacDonald Fraser), with the terrific Indian settings, was his highlight. Then I really liked Timothy Dalton's first outing in the 'Living Daylights' because it was exciting and Dalton felt dangerous again, like Bond is supposed to be. And now we come to Brosnan. Well, his voice is too light to be 007, but he looks the part and actually acts during some of the action sequences; and 'Tomorrow never dies' is his highlight, villians who can frighten you, the best Bond girl in years, a plot which keeps you intrugued (does anyone else agree that a series of stunts stitched together is not a plot?) and the sort of editing which can keep you on the edge of your seat. This is fast, occasionally funny, inventive, voluptuous (who'd have thought that Teri Hatcher in stockings and suspenders could look so good?) and fun. See it!
tomorrow never diesBy ricky (361 reviews) from Hastings , 09 Jan 2008great typical 007 well worth watching
Tomorrow Never Dies.By Cornetto (959 reviews) from Lancaster , 02 May 2007Tomorrow Never Dies is another James Bond, 077 Licence to Kill action thriller.: Pierce Brosnan makes quite a good Bond. Have you seen him in Mrs Doubtfire?
Tomorrow Never DiesBy a customer from Stroud, Glos , 03 Mar 2007One of the better James Bond efforts.
more great 007By a customer from Swindon, England , 30 Jul 2006Growing up in the sean connery and roger moore era, was unsure of pierce brosnan. But once again 007 is still going, and full of action and effects.
another great bond movie.
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