Tomorrow Never Dies

Tomorrow Never Dies

Roger Spottiswoode (1997)

12 Certificate


Our Score
For the first hour or so, this 18th Bond movie is up there with the best of them: it has terrific pace, Pierce Brosnan has romantic and rough-house appeal, Teri Hatcher is a match for him, and the post-Cold War story has grip and even plausibility. Sadly, the second half doesn't quite sustain the momentum: the story moves from Europe to Asia (back to the locations of The Man with the Golden Gun) and Jonathan Pryce's media mogul makes a pathetically unthreatening villain whose motto is "There's no news like bad news". Flaws aside, this was at the time the best Bond movie since the heyday of Mr Connery.


James Bond joins forces with a Chinese agent to foil a media mogul's scheme to start a war between their countries. Using an undetectable stealth ship, the press baron plans an attack on both nations' navies, knowing they will blame each other - giving him exclusive global media coverage of the resulting conflict. Spy adventure, starring Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce, Teri Hatcher and Michelle Yeoh.

Cast & Crew

James Bond Pierce Brosnan
Elliot Carver Jonathan Pryce
Wai Lin Michelle Yeoh
Paris Carver Teri Hatcher
Henry Gupta Ricky Jay
Stamper Gotz Otto
Jack Wade Joe Don Baker
Dr Kaufman Vincent Schiavelli
M. Judi Dench
Q. Desmond Llewelyn
Miss Moneypenny Samantha Bond
Admiral Roebuck Geoffrey Palmer
Director Roger Spottiswoode
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Other Information

Language: EnglishColourTheatrical distributor: U.I.P. (UK)Guidance: Violence.Available on: video, DVD and Blu-ray