The 2002 movie, ”DIE ANOTHER DAY” marked several milestones in the James Bond franchise. One, it was released during the 40th anniversary of the cinematic Bond, which began with 1962’s ”DR. NO”. Two, it was the first time that a non-white actress portrayed the leading lady in a Bond film. And three, it happened to be Pierce Brosnan’s last Bond film for EON Productions . . . at the moment.
”DIE ANOTHER DAY” starts out with a mission in which Bond has to kill a North Korean army officer named Colonel Moon, who has been illegally selling military...
I must admit that when I first saw "THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH" in the theaters a little over seven years ago, I was not impressed. Well, to be honest, I did not like the movie at all. But after my reciente viewing, I could not help but wonder if I had allowed my mild dislike of the anterior Bond entry, "TOMORROW NEVER DIES" to spill over in my view of the Bond franchise’s 19th entry.
Although the movie’s título comes from the Bond family’s motto, first revealed in the 1969 movie, "ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE", its story started with the murder of...
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