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Tomorrow Never Dies
     

Tomorrow Never Dies

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Director: Roger Spottiswoode, Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce, Michelle Yeoh

Cast: Roger Spottiswoode, Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce, Michelle Yeoh

 

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Roger Spottiswoode (Air America) directed this film, the 18th chapter in the 35-year-old James Bond series (excluding Casino Royale and Never Say Never Again). James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) learns billionaire media mogul Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce) is manipulating world events via an exclusive flow of information through his satellite system

Overview

Roger Spottiswoode (Air America) directed this film, the 18th chapter in the 35-year-old James Bond series (excluding Casino Royale and Never Say Never Again). James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) learns billionaire media mogul Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce) is manipulating world events via an exclusive flow of information through his satellite system reaching all corners of the planet. With a stealth battleship sinking a British naval vessel, Carver sees that the Chinese are blamed. Crashing Carver's party in Hamburg, Bond meets "journalist" Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh), later revealed as a Chinese agent. In a brief tryst, Bond renews his past relationship with Carver's wife Paris (Teri Hatcher). Carver dispatches Stamper (Gotz Otto) and other goons to cancel Bond, who eludes attackers with some of his new gadgets. In Southeast Asia, after Bond and Wai Lin scuba dive into the sunken British ship, they are captured by Stamper, handcuffed, and taken to Saigon where they make a motorcycle escape. To thwart Carver's plans for WWIII, the two agents head for Carver's stealth ship where a cruise missile is aimed at Beijing. Principal photography began April 1, 1997 in the new Eon Productions studio facility at Frogmore, northwest of London, and on the 007 stage at Pinewood Studios. Locations included the UK, Hamburg, Southeast Asia, Mexico, and off the Florida coast. The trademark Bond pre-title sequence was filmed in the French Pyrenees snowfields, centered around one of the few high-altitude operational airfields in Europe.

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All Movie Guide - Robert Firsching
This 18th James Bond film returns the character to his usual behavior following the more politically correct Goldeneye. The double-entendres and smarmy sexual innuendos are back, as is Pierce Brosnan, this time battling a crazed media mogul (Jonathan Pryce) intent on starting a war between England and China so he can cover it on his global satellite network. Michelle Yeoh scores points as a beautiful Chinese agent, Pryce is wonderfully nutty, and the stunts are a lot of fun. This entry should please Bond fans who enjoy the campier films in the series (The Man With the Golden Gun, for example) more than those looking for high tension, as Roger Spottiswoode directs with tongue firmly in cheek.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/12/2013
UPC:
0883904267171
Original Release:
1997
Rating:
PG-13
Source:
Mgm (Video & Dvd)
Region Code:
A
Time:
1:59:00

Special Features

2 Audio Commentaries With Director Roger Spottiswoode, Producer Michael G. Wilson And Others; Deleted, Extended And Expanded-Angle Scenes; Featurettes, Storyboards And Special FX Reel; Highly Classified: The World Of 007; "Tomorrow Never Dies" Music Video Performed By Sheryl Crow; "The James Bond Theme" (Moby's Re-Version) And Isolated Music Track; Theatrical Trailers, Image Database And More!

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Pierce Brosnan James Bond
Jonathan Pryce Elliot Carver
Michelle Yeoh Wai Lin
Teri Hatcher Paris Carver
Joe Don Baker Wade
Ricky Jay Henry Gupta
Götz Otto Stamper
Judi Dench M
Desmond Llewelyn Q
Vincent Schiavelli Dr. Kaufman
Geoffrey Palmer Admiral Roebuck
Colin Salmon Robinson
Samantha Bond Moneypenny
Gerard Butler Seaman
Hugh Bonneville Air Warfare Officer (H.M.S. Bedford)

Technical Credits
Roger Spottiswoode Director
Michel Arcand Editor
David Arnold Score Composer
Barbara Broccoli Producer
Allan Cameron Production Designer
Chris Corbould Special Effects Supervisor
Ken Court Art Director
Sheryl Crow Songwriter
Robert Elswit Cinematographer
Bruce Feirstein Screenwriter
Dominique Fortin Editor
Mitchell Froom Songwriter
Gerry Gavigan Asst. Director
Lindy Hemming Costumes/Costume Designer
Jonathan Lee Art Director
Giles Masters Art Director
Callum McDougall Production Manager
Debbie McWilliams Casting
Chris Munro Sound/Sound Designer
Tony Reading Art Director
Stephen Scott Art Director
Jonathan P.B. Taylor Screenwriter
Michael G. Wilson Producer
Peter Young Set Decoration/Design

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Tomorrow Never Dies 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Awesome movie.Great action.Loved it.Superb plot. Great special effects.Some profanity & sexual content.Action violence. Pierce Brosnan is great.A must-see movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
''TOMORROW NEVER DIES'' IS PROBABLY THE BEST BOND FLICK SINCE ''THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS''. PIERCE BROSNAN BRINGS THE SCREEN ALIVE WITH AN AWSOME PRE-CREDITS ACTION SCENE IN WHICH HE SUCCESFULLY STEALS A MIG, LOADED WITH NUCLEAR WARHEADS, RIGHT OUT FROM UNDER THE NOSES OF A GROUP OF HIGHLY ARMED TERRERIST'S, JUST BEFORE A BRITISH MISSIAL STRIKES THE EREA THAT BOND JUST LEFT! HIGHLY RECOMENDED!!! YOU'VE GOTTA SEE IT TO BELEIVE IT!!!