I just recently watched Pierce Brosnan’s segundo outing as James Bond in this 1997 movie that co-stars Michelle Yeoh, Jonathan Pryce and Teri Hatcher.
"TOMORROW NEVER DIES" (1997) Review
I wish I could say that my opinion of the movie has improved over the years . . . but I would be lying. Mind you, "TOMORROW NEVER DIES" did have some highlights, but unfortunately, it possessed más negative traits than positive ones. I think it would be best if I lista both the good and the bad about this movie:
*Bond’s romantic scene with Danish linguist was rather sexy
I am going to start out saying that EON Productions have been lucky in choosing the six actors who managed to bring their own sense of style to the role of James Bond . . . and I mean all of them. And all were smart enough to portray Bond in a way that suited them, instead of adhering to what the public o the producers wanted them to play Bond.
That said, I want to say a few things about Timothy Dalton. Even though I was a major fan of Roger Moore, I realized por the mid-80s that it was time for him to retire from the role. With great fondness, I said...