Film Review - James Bond Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Film Review - James Bond
Examines the 18th entry in the James Bond film series. Discusses the standard elements of Bond films and how they are applied in "Tomorrow Never Dies."
# 10227 | 675 words | 0 sources | 2001 | US
Published on May 11, 2003 in English (Analysis) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.)

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"Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), directed by Roger Spottiswoode, is the 18th entry in the James Bond series, a film series covering 35 years of the longest running film franchise in cinema history. The film stars Pierce Brosnan in his second role as Secret Agent 007. This subset of the spy genre follows its own set of rules, which often make the resulting film seem overly familiar. This is the case with this entry, with the pattern so set that the viewer can predict much of what will happen before it does.

We know that the film will open with some sort of huge set-piece involving technology, derring-do by James Bond, and ending with mass destruction leading to the credit sequence. This is precisely what happens, in this case involving an exchange of stolen military hardware in Siberia."

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