Die Another Day (2002) [English (AC3, 192 kBit/s, 48 kHz, Stereo)]
Genre: Action / Thriller / Adventure
Length: 2h 12m 0s
Director: Lee Tamahori
Plot outline: The story begins in the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea with a spectacular high-speed hovercraft chase and continues via Hong Kong to Cuba and London where Bond meets up with the two ladies who are to play such important and differing roles in his quest to unmask a traitor and to prevent a war of catastrophic consequence. Hot on the trail of the principle villains, Bond travels to Iceland where he experiences at first hand the power of an amazing new weapon before a dramatic confrontation with his main adversary back in Korea where it all started... Summary written by EON
Comment: What the hell is wrong with all you people? "Too many explosions." (and if there weren't????) "Not enough plot development!" (Yeah right, what morons would go to watch a Bond Film hoping to cop a re-run of THE USUAL SUSPECTS?) "The FX suck!,(Huh??? Have another look at the Fort Knox gassing in GOLDFINGER why don't you, or the car chases in DR NO.) " "Brosnan's too old" (Roger Moore was a paunchy Grandfather in VIEW TO A KILL). What Brosnan achieved here was by far his best turn as James Bond. The age-lines helped...not hindered. This Bond was steely resolve but imbued with way more humanity than his last three outings. If anyone can tell me this wasn't pure escapist entertainment - big, brassy and noisy...JUST LIKE A BOND IS SUPPOSED TO BE by the way, then I want to square off with them on the nearest skating rink with a Walther PPK. This 20th Bond (and u gotta love Q's reference to that particular fact) gets back to everything that BOND ever stood for. Pretty girls, fast cars and decent villains - not the half baked wimps on site during THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH and the grossly underwhelming TOMORROW NEVER DIES. This film was always interesting even if it was a re-take basically on DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER. Immensely enjoyable also the in-jokes and multiple references and tributes to so many of the other Bond flicks - from Klebb's shoe in FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE through to Roger Moore's crocodile in OCTOPUSSY! Many of these references were no more than quick-flash familiar scene-reconstructs or well-known pieces of Bond dialog from years past. Inspirational also the final scenes with Moneypenny when she finally gets her big smooch from Bond...or does she? True, the disintegrating plane sequence was laughable and Bond surfing the iceberg-generated tidal wave was rather reminiscent of Kurt Russell surfing the incoming tsunami in ESCAPE FROM LA......but so what? Seems most of u weren't taken with Halle Berry either - I thought she was fine...no more, no less! If you are to look at this objectively, and in point by point achievement with the other 20 films...I rate this one highly. I think the IMDb's rating of "7" is exactly right! (for once)
IMDB Rating: 6.6
Country: UK
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CDs: 0
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Pierce BrosnanasJames Bond
Halle BerryasJinx
Toby StephensasGustav Graves
Rosamund PikeasMiranda Frost