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James Bond is back Ñ gasp! Ñ to thwart a mad media mogul trying to start a third world war.
A competent, if sometimes by-the-numbers entry to the 007 franchise, Tomorrow Never Dies may not boast the most original plot but its action sequences are genuinely thrilling.
If Connery was Sexy Bond and George Lazenby was One-Shot Bond and Roger Moore was Geezer Bond and Timothy Dalton was Bored Bond, then Brosnan should be Posh Bond.
A solid but somewhat by-the-numbers entry in the James Bond cycle.
Top notch popcorn entertainment, straight from the Hollywood factory. This is even better than GOLDENEYE.
Bond is just a glorified stuntman now; he's lost his license to thrill.
Flawed, but fantastic fun all the same.
It succeeds, although it is let down by its weak villain. But there are enough stunts, quips and high-tech thrills to keep you from caring.
The 18th James Bond movie features the usual saturation bombardment.
Brosnan is fast becoming the second best 007 -- effortlessly competent and coolly sexy.
A thrill machine akin to one of the canon's more cleverly naughty entendres, uttered here: "You always were a cunning linguist, James." Obvious and crass to please everyone's inner schoolboy, but presented with just enough eloquence and ingenuity.
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