Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

Tomorrow Never Dies – The man, the number, the license…..are all back.


Pierce Brosnan——————James Bond 007
Judi Dench———————–”M”
Jonathan Price——————Elliot Carver
Michelle Yeoh——————Wai Lin
Joe Don Baker——————-Jack Wade
Gotz Otto—————-——Stamper
Desmond Llewelyn————-”Q”
Samantha Bond————–Miss Moneypenny

Directed by Roger Spottiswoode
Written by Bruce Feirstein

Pierce Brosnan’s second outing as James Bond is an ambitious effort where the secret agent has to figure out  a way for England to avoid a war with China. Elliot Carver (Price) is a media mogul who is not satisfied with just getting great stories he actually goes to great lengths to create great stories. He owns a stealth submarine that he uses to trick China into thinking one of England’s warships attacked their jets. England is then lead to believe that China then sank the warship these events put England on the brink of war and they of course, call in James Bond. Some elaborate action sequences, but very well done. A master plan to rule the world, a great chase sequence, beautiful women, no doubt this is a Bond movie.

Production Budget: N/A

Box Office
Domestic: $125,304,276
Worldwide: $333,011,068

CC Rating: 8 out of 10

Screenplay: I could not find the screenplay.

If you liked this try: Any Bond, Thomas Crown Affair, True Lies