Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Cast: Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, Jonathan Pryce as Elliot Carver, Michelle Yeoh as Wai Lin, Teri Hatcher as Paris Carver, Ricky Jay as Henry Gupta, Götz Otto as Stamper, Joe Don Baker as Jack Wade, Vincent Schiavelli as Dr. Kaufman, Judi Dench as M, Desmond Llewelyn as Q, Samantha Bond as Miss Moneypenny, Colin Salmon as Chief of Staff Charles Robinson, Geoffrey Palmer as Admiral Roebuck, Julian Fellowes as Minister of Defence, Terence Rigby as General Bukharin
After the tremendous success of Goldeneye, could the producers continue
moving the franchise in the right direction? YOU BETTER BELIEVE IT!
Just when you thought Goldeneye delivered all the excitement and true
essence of BOND you could have ever hoped for, we get something that,
depending on your tastes, is far more exciting than its predecessor. WE
get Tomorrow Never Dies. Pierce plays the role far more confidently in
this film, and it shows. This film has so many great moments, It's
really hard not to list them here. Bond's BMW is unbelievable! The cast
is excellent and there's a cool aura surrounding this film. From the
cleverly placed Bond theme, to the traditions you've grown to love, its
hard not to enjoy yourself while watching this film. The Brosnan Era
was a golden age for the franchise. Each film gave us something new.
Something grand. Never cheap on Action, excitement, suspense, humor, or
beautiful ladies, these films are the representation of what makes
JAMES BOND the icon he is today. The all important fun factor is on
full throttle here, and honestly, what's missing in the new films.