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  1. Ashley Spendlove's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    The highlight is Michelle Yeoh, the definite lowlight is Jonathan Pryce - a brilliant actor giving a truly execrable performance (albeit no worse than the quality of the lines he's given). Somewhere in between is Brosnan delivering a solid performance with moments of impressive seriousness. The action sequences are good but overall the film lacks any of the nuance that characterised Goldeneye.

  2. emanuela's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    buono, ma alla lunga stanca specialmente verso la fine

  3. CafeGradiva's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

  4. Terry_Moby's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    Brosnan´s Bond films are a pest.

  5. ceknklsn's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

  6. James Mackin's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    Johnathan Pryce as a news mogul made for a good villain.

  7. Ethan's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    One of the better Bond films of the Pierce Brosnon era.

  8. Steve G.'s rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    Despite Jonathan Pryce's terrible turn as a possibly the most piss-poor villain in the whole series, there are enough really good action scenes here to keep it watchable. Michelle Yeoh slots into the series very nicely as well, but a complete waste of Teri Hatcher.

  9. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    Everything that was good about Goldeneye is pretty much abandoned in this one, much like what happened after Dalton’s first outing in the role. The plot is ridiculous, the villain annoyingly awful, and all the action lacking any punch, not to mention the return of extremely over the top and unsubtle innuendo. Brosnan is also very bland, but there’s still solace in thinking at least he’s not another Moore.

  10. msmichel's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    Brosnan's second turn as Bond was an inspired effort pitting him against a media tycoon bent on making the headlines in advance while partnered with a Chinese agent played by Michelle Yeoh. While Pryce may have lacked in the villain department the effects and stunt work keep the viewer entertained. Yeoh would have been a good spin off character as she dominates near every scene she is in.

  11. Tony Miguel's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    not a big fan of Pierce Brosnan as James Bond

  12. Easton Dubois's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    Tomorrow Never Dies unless tomorrow is the name of my pet cat :( RIP Tomorrow

  13. the.deft.one's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    Bond’s transformation into all out action hero is complete as bullets pepper throughout this fast paced indulgent plot. Despite the energy, homages to early Bond are there in the form of a megalomaniac villain, media tycoon Carver, a frighteningly relevant inclusion in light of Murdoch’s recent phone hacking scandal. Chronologically speaking this is the best Bond film for some time – a blast.

  14. Checkpoint Charlie's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    My first Bond film, at about the age of, oh, 8 I think...

  15. Adam Slusar's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    For the most part a medley of elements from past Bond films (The Spy Who Loved Me comes to mind), Tomorrow Never Dies sees Pierce Brosnan at the top of his game. It's a non-stop action spectacle with traces of Fleming -- especially during an exchange between Bond and Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher) -- that is just shy of being at an all time high.

  16. PolarisDiB's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    I have to admit, the heavy is a pretty cute mixture of Rupert Murdoch, Steve Jobs, and just a hint of Bill Gates thrown in. Also, as a hyperactive storyteller, his monologuing makes a weirder sort of sense. --PolarisDiB

  17. superbad71's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    Apart from Jonathan Price's weak villain, everything else works here for me.

  18. chanandre's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    Driving my favorite BMW model with the coolest Ericsson phone ever...that alone is worth the squeeze...

  19. Pierluigi Puccini's rating of the film Tomorrow Never Dies

    the pre title sequence alone is awesome