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Die Another Day (18-Nov-2002)

Director: Lee Tamahori

Writers: Neal Purvis; Robert Wade

Music by: David Arnold

Producers: Michael G. Wilson; Barbara Broccoli

Keywords: Action/Adventure, James Bond, Cuba, Explosions

James Bond flick follows Agent 007 as he looks to uncover ties between North Korean terrorism and the development of a turbocharged space-based weapon.

Pierce Brosnan's final turn as dashingly British super spy James Bond finds him setting out to North Korea for a new mission. Imprisoned and returned to his home country in a prisoner exchange after he is betrayed by an associate, Bond eventually resumes work hunting down North Korean terrorist Zao; when he learns of the man's connections to millionaire Gustav Graves' plans to build a space-based laser-shooting cannon, however, his mission blossoms into a globetrotting effort to prevent a communist apparatchik from wreaking havoc on the rest of the world.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Halle Berry
14-Aug-1966   Monster's Ball
Samantha Bond
27-Nov-1961   Miss Moneypenny
Pierce Brosnan
16-May-1951   Remington Steele, James Bond
John Cleese
27-Oct-1939   Monty Python
Paul Darrow
2-May-1941 3-Jun-2019 Avon in Blakes 7
Judi Dench
9-Dec-1934   Mrs. Brown
Michael Madsen
25-Sep-1958   Reservoir Dogs' Mr. Blonde
Rosamund Pike
27-Jan-1979   Die Another Day
Colin Salmon
6-Dec-1962   Resident Evil
Toby Stephens
21-Apr-1969   Die Another Day
Kenneth Tsang
1938   Hong Kong character actor


Pierce Brosnan   ...   James Bond
Halle Berry   ...   Jinx
Toby Stephens   ...   Gustav Graves
Rosamund Pike   ...   Miranda Frost
Rick Yune   ...   Zao
Kenneth Tsang   ...   Gen. Moon
Will Yun Lee   ...   Col. Moon
Emilio Echevarría   ...   Raoul
Samantha Bond   ...   Moneypenny
Colin Salmon   ...   Robinson
Michael Gorevoy   ...   Vlad
Lawrence Makoare   ...   Mr. Kil
John Cleese   ...   Q
Judi Dench   ...   M
Michael Madsen   ...   Falco
Ben Wee   ...   Snooty Desk Clerk
Ho Yi   ...   Hotel Manager
Rachel Grant   ...   Peaceful
Ian Pirie   ...   Creep
Simon Andreu   ...   Dr. Alvarez
Mark Dymond   ...   Van Bierk
Deborah Moore   ...   Air Hostess
Oliver Skeete   ...   Concierge
Joaquín Martínez   ...   Old Man Cigar Factory
Michael G. Wilson   ...   Gen. Chandler
Daryl Kwan   ...   Gen. Han
Vincent Wong   ...   Gen. Li
Stuart Ong   ...   Gen. Dong
Manolo Caro   ...   Cuban Waiter
Tymarah   ...   Korean Scorpion Guard
Paul Darrow   ...   Doctor
Lucas Hare   ...   Medic
Cristina Contes   ...   Nurse
Stewart Scudamore   ...   Buckingham Palace Reporter
Bill Nash   ...   Buckingham Palace Reporter
James Wallace   ...   Buckingham Palace Reporter
Ami Chorlton   ...   Buckingham Palace Reporter


Review by Vinny Pop (posted on 22-Mar-2005)

This movie was the worst Bond of the franchise... simple as that. The omens looked bad from the start -- Madonna's "Die Another Day" made for the film was the worst of all the soundtrack openers, then came the plot... I heard the plot from a friend who had seen it while abroad, I really thought it was a joke, it made no sense! The gadgets are completely ridiculous: an invisible car... the villain is laughable, more a comic-book villain than a Bond one. He wasn't an evil genius, just a git with too much time and money. I almost expected him to be able to fly but thankfully the audience's intelligence wasn't insulted further. You're lucky that you've been dropped Pierce. This fiasco spells the beginning of the end for Jimmy Bond.

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