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Die Another Day
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by Alexandre Paquin

"Self-parody cannot compensate for a disappointing film."
2 stars

Bond buffs, who could tell you the colour of Sean Connery's bathrobe before coming on the set of "Goldfinger" when they shot such-and-such scene, are legion. Unfortunately, as makers of new installments in the James Bond series know they can always rely on these Bond buffs to shell out their money to see the subject of their expertise on a large screen, laziness has taken over. The self-consciousness that was present even in early Bond films has naturally evolved into self-parody, and the fact that "Die Another Day" is the twentieth "official" Bond film, and released on the fortieth anniversary of the series, does not explain the acceleration of this trend. It was present since at least the mid-1970's, when Roger Moore vehicles had really nothing to do with espionage and a great deal to do with buffoonery.

The only hiatus in the downward trend of the James Bond franchise occurred when Timothy Dalton was cast as a darker, more serious 007 for two films, The Living Daylights and License to Kill. Ironically, he was considered unimpressive by Bond fans, although a devoted minority considers he has saved the series from extinction. The first Brosnan installment, GoldenEye, had several elements going for it, including renegade Russians, but was merely adequate. Tomorrow Never Dies's only interesting feature was a villainous media baron reminiscent of William Randolph Hearst by way of Bill Gates, and this reviewer admits he has yet to see The World is Not Enough.

This time around, James Bond (Pierce Brosnan, his fourth film as Bond) is in North Korea, where he must stop a planned advance against South Korea. After returning to England via Hong Kong and Havana, where he met the lovely Jinx (Halle Berry), he investigates why would the enigmatic businessman Gustav Graves (Toby Stephens) deal in conflict diamonds. The new trail leads him to Iceland, where he discovers what Graves is up to. Good will completely triumph over evil again, as in all Bond films but one.

It is interesting to notice how socially conscious the new James Bond installment tries to be, whether it is through its awareness of the issue of "conflict diamonds," the promotion of this perennial loose cannon called North Korea to Evil Enemy status this time around (thus commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the armistice), or its inclusion of the darker side of genetic breakthroughs. Die Another Day is timely -- too timely, in fact, to have any sort of long-term impact -- and, as most other Bond films, superficial. Nevertheless, international events did matter in earlier installments, if only indirectly. The early James Bond films were rooted in the context of the Cold War, but went beyond the polarization of the world. The chief villains were usually not the Russians, but the criminal organization SPECTRE, led by the cat-stroking Ernst Stavro Blofeld, which often pitted the two superpowers against one another to increase its influence and bargaining power.

Blofeld and SPECTRE fell into disfavour, mostly due to questions of ownership. A 1963 court ruling granted the film rights to the novel Thunderball, as well as rights to Blofeld and SPECTRE, to Kevin McClory, for his uncredited collaboration with Bond creator Ian Fleming on an original screenplay idea which never saw the light of day, but which Fleming recycled as the novel Thunderball. Later, McClory has been famous for upholding his copyright, which explains why only a few disguised references to the criminal organization are included after 1971's Diamonds are Forever. The series definitely got rid of Blofeld in the opening sequence of For Your Eyes Only in 1981, but every villain since (and in between) has resembled a surrogate Blofeld at the head of a surrogate SPECTRE organization, all unofficially to keep McClory from getting litigious. One cannot avoid realizing, however, that the era of the larger-than-life baddie is over. The parody of the Austin Powers series may have something to do with this, but it does not explain why the early Bond films are still effective as spy thrillers, while the latest pale in comparison.

The most reasonable explanation lies in the golden rule that a villain must truly constitute a threat. In the Connery films, there was no doubt that the villains, although eccentric, were deadly. Those films are filled with memorable scenes (the train sequence in From Russia With Love still ranks among this reviewer's favourites), and credible villains, whether it was Auric Goldfinger, Blofeld himself, or even their henchmen Good screenwriting, talented directors and tight editing developed a sense of suspense, and the actors did the rest. Nowadays, special effects have taken over, but the realization that special effects cannot hide or compensate for the lack of a story seems to have been lost since the idyllic days of On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Special effects do not exist for their own sake, but the contrary has unfortunately become the new trademark for Bond films.

Then there are, of course, the references to other Bond films. Every new James Bond film has become a tired spot-the-references exercise, an exercise which remains phenomenally popular because of the place Bond has come to occupy in society. There would be no problem if those references were kept out of the way, but in Die Another Day Bond makes an escape using a portable breathing device first used in Thunderball. The "plot," it seems, is less important than the references it includes -- by no means a new phenomenon, but it never was quite as obvious as in this film.

The latest Bond entry is filled with references to other films, the most notable element being a giant satellite made with diamonds, ripped off from Diamonds are Forever. Audiences are expected to be in the know, and Die Another Day, while aiming for the respect due its budget and its knowledge of current affairs, constantly maintains its tongue in its cheek. However, Bond films have increasingly become parodies of themselves, and this may explain why their quality has declined since the early Roger Moore films. The Austin Powers films went similarly downward when they stopped being parodies of Bond films to become parodies of themselves, completely unconnected with their original target. (Perhaps McClory ought to sue Mike Myers for copyright violation to bring that series to a quick conclusion.)

Die Another Day's lighter tone cannot serve as an excuse for the uninspired and disjointed plot, and it cannot serve as a showcase or an apology for some of the corniest lines ever uttered in Bond films, especially when they are reminiscent of fourth-rate Mae West material ("Oh I'm good." "Especially when you're bad," goes the dialogue).

The acting, through and through, is unremarkable. Brosnan is getting too old for the part, and it is to be hoped he realizes it before he reaches the nadir of the late Roger Moore films. Toby Stephens provides a one-dimensional performance to a two-dimensional character who is, once again, the typical stock villain. Then there is Halle Berry and her outfits. There were rumours of creating a spin-off series starring Halle Berry as Jinx. What exactly do we learn about her character in the film? Nothing, except that she is also a secret agent (how many Bond Girls were?). In other words, an entire spin-off series has been considered strictly because Berry looked good in a bathing suit of the same design as the one worn by Ursula Andress in Dr. No forty years before. Is this supposed to make sense?

Lee Tamahori's direction is mediocre. When Halle Berry is wearing a tight leather outfit, the least we are interested in is her face, yet it is what Tamahori shows us most often. Tamahori shows he has no clue how to direct a Bond film, sometimes deliberately slowing down the action while the editing is unnecessarily jerky. Even the music becomes bland in this mess of a film. The less said about Madonna's title song, the better; it is most unsuited for a Bond film and probably the worst in the entire series.

The termination of the Cold War and the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991 should have signified the end of the James Bond series, as they did for the spy film genre in general, but these international events had little impact on the cinematic life of the world's most famous secret agent. The series was by then established, and its formula could be applied to any political climate without anyone noticing a difference. But Bond films have lost their novelty; worse, any possibility to rejuvenate the franchise has been turned down.

"Die Another Day" does not set a new low in the James Bond series, but is merely a step in that direction.

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User Comments

11/11/19 Karen S after 14 months in NK, Bond would've been as thin as a rail or comatose or dead 1 stars
2/13/17 morris campbell good bond action halle is hot 4 stars
10/10/14 David M. Lighten up, people. This film had everything. camp and true drama 5 stars
11/18/12 Nadeem Ahmad It was among the worst of films about Bond, if the the worst. Halle Berry was too rash. 1 stars
8/27/12 Eyeam a Samurai Silly like all JB but joyless, series strengths like music/stunts/humour all fail here 1 stars
7/03/10 Drew Pickles Fun movie,worth a look. Cool story and very cool two faced bad guys. 4 stars
8/30/09 Jeff Wilder Stylistically too close to Michael Bay territory. 2 stars
12/26/08 Ed Teague I liked this better when it was Diamonds Are Forever 2 stars
11/10/08 Mark Gibson No great, it tried to mess with your opinian of bond but ended up failing. bad cgi too 2 stars
11/09/08 The Dork Knight scene-stealing bad guys save this unholy mess 2 stars
11/03/08 Shaun Wallner Intense Action! 4 stars
7/30/08 chris f the worst bond movie ever made 1 stars
5/18/08 Joe I like 5 stars
9/01/07 johnnyfog Sickeningly excessive and ridiculous. But I liked the cool villain. 3 stars
6/14/07 David Graham Forgive the CGI & you have a decent enough bond film & Brosnan at his final best. 4 stars
5/08/07 JM Synth Overblown to an extreme degree, but more fun than previous Brosnan Bonds 3 stars
4/20/07 bbl Worst Bond film ever, made worse by Halle Barry. My god she is an awful actress. 1 stars
4/19/07 Stevo UK Brosnan is a complete Puff. They should give him a velvet shirt and pom-poms. 2 stars
3/03/07 Joe Morris A lot of fun, what more do you want? 4 stars
2/16/07 Vip Ebriega Live to Die Another Day, and to watch this terrific 007 movie. 4 stars
2/16/07 johnnyfog I liked the villain, he was cool. Othewise, total bullshit 2 stars
2/08/07 Andre urbani i cant beleive i payed to watch this - utter shit 1 stars
2/08/07 Matt Not the best, but perfectly acceptable 21st century version of 007. 4 stars
2/02/07 laboo whoever said this sucks is a dirtbag 5 stars
12/15/06 BrianDePalma Cinematic equivalent of toxic waste 1 stars
12/12/06 The Deadly Assasin Owes more to Marvel Comics than Ian Fleming...the new "Casino Royale" is a Godsend !!! 3 stars
11/07/06 William Goss A lot of fun, which is not to say that I wouldn't mind a grittier, back-to-basics Bond. 4 stars
11/04/06 Tony Myers Halle Berry drags this one into the toilet. The theme song blows, too. 1 stars
8/19/06 Beau My Favourite bond movie, on-going action that keeps you entertained until the end! 4 stars
7/18/06 inty crazy bond flick 4 stars
7/12/06 Anthony Feor It's not the best Bond, but it's worth a look 4 stars
6/20/06 Zachary Worland Its exellent 5 stars
6/06/06 paula da best 5 stars
5/03/06 mamoosh Great fun and the new bond is a doosh 4 stars
4/18/06 P toya I liked the sword fight. Early Connery still untouchable 3 stars
4/07/06 R.W.Welch Another futile attempt to revive an exhausted franchise. 3 stars
4/02/06 poo Its good 5 stars
3/13/06 date movie sucks great 4 stars
2/11/06 Mack THE GOOD ONE 4 stars
2/06/06 Craig Not a bad Bond 4 stars
1/03/06 Anthony Feor Could be one of the best James Bond movies ever! 4 stars
11/21/05 chris not the best bond movie ive seen 3 stars
10/18/05 tony A GREAT ONE! 4 stars
10/13/05 Wisamane Sad ending with brosman, i heard The next actor will be a blonde LOL!! 1 stars
10/02/05 BONDIE THE BEST! 4 stars
9/11/05 matt just painful 1 stars
9/09/05 R.W. Welch More evidence that this property has been mined out. 2 stars
9/01/05 ES The beginning started out great with 007 as captured spy gone renegade, but goes bad quick 2 stars
8/26/05 Ca-Dizzle I was expecting good things after the previous 3 bond movies but this just sucks 2 stars
8/26/05 Eden Incredibly stupid, shallow mess. Will make u physically ill 1 stars
8/22/05 John Bale After 40 years 007 keeps marching on. Predictable but fun. 4 stars
7/20/05 Chris Horrible Bond movie 1 stars
5/27/05 tony Brosnans last. Thats why it was so good. Dispite the scenes of action. a very good film 5 stars
2/06/05 Tom Benton It just doesn't feel like James Bond anymore ... Brosnan saves the movie ... 3 stars
1/08/05 keithers.. A decent Bond film....baaad ending 3 stars
12/18/04 Matt F. Absolutely the worst Bond ever, even worse than Moonraker 1 stars
11/05/04 kyle sopper dopper 5 stars
9/22/04 Shinealight Shit as Bond 1 stars
8/18/04 Destroy This Movie Worst Bond Movie Ever 2 stars
7/30/04 nagendra not enough 3 stars
5/31/04 Nobody Wasn't as good as others, North Koreans do make good villains though 3 stars
5/25/04 C Vega probably the worst bond movie as the franchise has become too commercial as this film shows 2 stars
5/08/04 Littlepurch Well I liked it but even that didn't stop me realising that this is just NOT a good film! 3 stars
4/24/04 ranger4e not the best Bond movie 3 stars
4/20/04 tatum Ballsy attempt to be different 4 stars
4/19/04 JoJo As far as Bond goes, it's bad. As far as movies go, it's bad. 2 stars
4/07/04 Sig GOD! Why cant they make "Agent Under Fire" and/or "Everything or Nothing" into films?!!!!!! 2 stars
4/03/04 Silvey Grover If you like Bond you'll love it, if you don't you won't 4 stars
3/09/04 Mr_Blue Finally AGAIN a good Bond Movie, has been a while 4 stars
3/02/04 Margie Too much innuendo, not enough wit. John Cleese is funny; I'm glad he's R and not another Q. 2 stars
2/04/04 Chris I not a Bond fan but this one was very enjoyable and fun. See it. 4 stars
1/02/04 Claudia Halle takes advantage of her attractiveness, by getting easy acting jobs like playing a ho. 1 stars
12/05/03 Ray I didnt like it 2 stars
11/29/03 john "No Mr Bond I expect you to die", said Goldfinger-he gets his wish-the series is dead 1 stars
11/21/03 rony this time i only watched it for HALLE BERRY!!! you go gurl. im rating awesome for berry 5 stars
8/02/03 Stefan Halka Finally a good film from Pierce Brosnan. Halle looks like a dike with her hair that short. 4 stars
7/26/03 nr GREAT I LOVED IT 5 stars
7/06/03 Paul S. Good bits: Miranda, sword fight, cat fight (although I wanted Jinx to lose), torture seq. 4 stars
6/30/03 James Awful - relying on computer graphics way too much...could not get more far-fetched. 2 stars
6/26/03 cochese I will reitterate what others have said already-Halle Berry is NOT attractive, fuckable yes 2 stars
6/21/03 robsv "Madonna has a speaking part" = "SUCKS" 1 stars
6/14/03 Jacob I agree, Halle is ugly like hell. She should had been the baddie instead. 3 stars
6/12/03 David Who writes this tripe? Please! Looks like they've piched from Austin Powers( nice "Laser") 1 stars
6/07/03 jocke i think it is very good 5 stars
6/05/03 J.J Okay movie. Halle Berry is the ugliest bond girl ever. 3 stars
5/18/03 djacosta Worst than a cheap video game 1 stars
5/18/03 djacosta Can I give it less than one star? 1 stars
5/03/03 Fishchicken It's only a movie 4 stars
4/04/03 Marcia Lartz Best Bond in a while. Plot driven, so don't expect acting to be the star. 5 stars
3/17/03 Peter Worth looking at cause it's a Bond movie. Other than that, too much BS(invisible cars?) 3 stars
3/14/03 What?! halle berry should had been the dead bad girl instead. 2 stars
3/08/03 Ayo Odumuye this movie was horrible!!! 1 stars
2/24/03 oo7 minus 6 good fun. - what would you prefer, xxx ??? ( triple 'gay' is more like it !) 4 stars
2/18/03 Fosse Halle Berry sucks, Rosamund Pike out-shadows her 2 stars
2/06/03 Pako you should all fucking die................BOND IS THE MAN 5 stars
2/06/03 123 Bond,bond,bond, dont you think you have enough of him?!?!? 3 stars
1/26/03 Connoisseur best Bond since GoldenEye 4 stars
1/22/03 Alex Flynn I went to the bathroom during Maddona's opening song. I just couldn't stand to listen to it 1 stars
1/22/03 Angolmois Laughable, more shallow than normal, and the special effects suck. 1 stars
1/16/03 Petros The women took over the movie - get a grip Bond! 3 stars
1/14/03 Christa Boring as hell. 1 stars
1/11/03 Butterbean Was too fucking long. 3 stars
1/09/03 TIMMAY! What The Hell is wrong with all u pricks that say it sux?? This movie fuking rools!!! 5 stars
1/06/03 blah Halle Berry is the worst bond chick ever! 3 stars
1/03/03 . Unbeleivable how ppl underrate it, this one rules again! 5 stars
1/01/03 The Collector WORST EPISODE EVER 1 stars
1/01/03 Shardul Die Another day sucks ! 1 stars
12/31/02 Brooks Sad attempt to focus on juvenile audience. 007 deserves better 2 stars
12/28/02 Matt and Rob James Bond is gay 1 stars
12/27/02 Stryper Rocks Impossible scenarios, but entertaining....Halle Berry kicked some butt, give her an Oscar 4 stars
12/27/02 Markus Another example how computer graphics is abused for totally stupid scenes. 2 stars
12/24/02 Tim I think they may have run out of ideas. 2 stars
12/23/02 Da Kenwa I gave up after 20 mins and snook into the 2 towers instead :D 2 stars
12/23/02 Jake Halle Berry ruined the movie, she's hideous and untalented. 1 stars
12/22/02 malcolm pretty much the same old Bond formula, w/a couple of nifty twists 3 stars
12/21/02 Tiffany I absolutely hated it. 1 stars
12/21/02 Scaramanga Halle Berry sucks 3 stars
12/19/02 Uncle Salty Maybe next time we don't need a new film, rehash old scenes, plots, girls, & villans AGAIN! 1 stars
12/19/02 Melina follows the bond formula, girls+outrageous action+wierd bad guys+girls 3 stars
12/17/02 CDWangs Miranda Frost (Rosamund Pike) is the hottest bond girl ever! 4 stars
12/16/02 Slayer It was shite the old bond films will always be the best 1 stars
12/15/02 viking Not bad, but this one owes more to Marvel Comics then Ian Fleming 4 stars
12/15/02 spacecowboy-00x I'm a die hard fan of the Bond...and this is the stuff! :D 5 stars
12/14/02 Matthew Smith exhilarating from start to finish 4 stars
12/13/02 Mark Milotay It Makes O.H.M.S.S. look good 1 stars
12/13/02 Lord of the Flames Oh dear, bring back Timothy Dalton, no serisouly, please! This was cack all over, 3rd worst 2 stars
12/13/02 cpbjr how about a decent Bond movie for a change? 3 stars
12/13/02 Nigel Smallfawcett Bless the Broccolis, but this one is barely, just barely above "A View To A Kill"... 1 stars
12/12/02 Kent Walker Best Bond Movie to date. I loved the plot twists 5 stars
12/12/02 chris this is so so so sad!!! 1 stars
12/11/02 mark This Bond Movie is average 3 stars
12/11/02 Vince CGI + Bond = what the fuck is this bullshit? 2 stars
12/10/02 Mr Fester "Do you expect me to act?" "No, Madonna, I expect you to suck." 3 stars
12/10/02 Andrew Kang To Erik: NORTH Korea tortures Bond, not SOUTH Korea. Your writing is very misogynistic. 3 stars
12/10/02 ^ZuLu^ Just a simple action flick named 007. Nobody beats Connery as Bond. But the car's cool! 3 stars
12/08/02 Michael Flynn The best Bond since "Goldeneye", it ranks up with "Goldfinger" and "Live and Let Die" 5 stars
12/06/02 Film Afficianado Worst, recycled Bond ever. Awful FX. Not really a Bond flick either. 1 stars
12/06/02 Interrog8 It was good, but completely implausible, which kept it from being great. 4 stars
12/06/02 Just a fan don't like it, don't watch it... morons.... 4 stars
12/04/02 Fonq35 At least it wasn't xXx 3 stars
12/04/02 Beotch Pretty bad 2 stars
12/04/02 Christyman Jinx slaps Bond on the ass in this version (metaphorically). And there's chemistry there. 4 stars
12/04/02 Nate This sucks ass, the worst bond ever 1 stars
12/04/02 White Bread Finally a good Bond picture. It's been a while. 4 stars
12/03/02 OnGeboren It's just a james bond movie! Action! 4 stars
12/03/02 gyro_44 Lots of fun; hints of Connery-era Bond too, which is great 4 stars
12/03/02 Dustin Worst Bond Ever. I had a nag list a mile long after watching this POS recycled crap. 2 stars
12/03/02 Tamala It was not unbearable but...I didn't really like it. 2 stars
12/02/02 Mister Char i liked it, lots of allusions to previous bond films, and lots of fun 5 stars
12/02/02 dread Modern Bond = Hollow Bond, Connery Bond = Classy Bond 2 stars
12/02/02 grovel Starting a helicopter in midair is as impossible and originial as making a car invisible. 2 stars
11/29/02 Smiff Disappointing (compare GoldenEye), but good crowd pleaser. (rushed?) 3 stars
11/29/02 Uncle Salty Prepackaged, Oversold, Recycled, Overdone, Explosions, Ads... James Bond IS dead. 1 stars
11/28/02 Princess Diana With those dumb-ass questions, you probably didn't even "get" the movie. 4 stars
11/28/02 KG Pretty OK. Berry pimps Brosnan. Deal with it white boys! 4 stars
11/27/02 Erik Blows Cock Cant take a review seriously when the reviwer is so ignorant,pick up a dictionary you moron 4 stars
11/27/02 Jeff so much corny jokes and bad scripting, so little plot and good animation 1 stars
11/27/02 badgersarseUK A bit long and very far fetched but it's a bond film and it delivers what we expect. 4 stars
11/27/02 djacosta It hurts my intelligence 1 stars
11/26/02 spaceworm Most exciting new Bond film since Live and Let Die (I was thirteen) 5 stars
11/26/02 A note on spelling "Laser" is an acronym and always spelled with "s." In "demilitarise," "s" is UK, "z" is US. 4 stars
11/26/02 Flounder Smelled worse than Joe Starks body odor! 1 stars
11/26/02 Str8Dog big explosions, big boobs and big lack of plot. 4 stars
11/26/02 Bulldog You ask a lot of dumb questions that can be answered by paying better attention.. 4 stars
11/26/02 "Yes the shit." Something for everyone and one hell of a body count. 4 stars
11/26/02 Stephen Lodge 007 Good, not great. Special effects are crap! 4 stars
11/26/02 Butterbean Like a game, you expect the formula, but you are dying to see the details 4 stars
11/25/02 sean gothman typical bond 4 stars
11/25/02 bullit17 Improbable ... impossible ... classic Bond. 4 stars
11/25/02 SS Thoroughly enjoyed the movie. Beats XXX hands down. 5 stars
11/24/02 ajay ug.. I'm so sick of the same shitty Bond movies. Evil guy + "lazer" = redundent nonsense. 1 stars
11/24/02 Yuri The best one yet 5 stars
11/24/02 asdf The opening sequence takes place in NOrth Korea, not the South. Please, do some reasearch. 4 stars
11/24/02 FrayLo Don't think too hard about action movies, you'll get a headache. Just enjoy it... 5 stars
11/24/02 Adam best Pierce Brosnan 5 stars
11/24/02 noisey30 Opening song was cool. All around great. 5 stars
11/24/02 Rambin Wreck What a great Bond movie! I had a blast. 5 stars
11/23/02 asina A guilty pleasure, like all Bond films. I fucking LOVED it! 5 stars
11/23/02 Jiz Berry can't act, Madonna's theme song blew cock. Other than that, cool movie. 4 stars
11/23/02 Crunchyfrog Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation (laser, dumbass) 5 stars
11/23/02 Jarrod_101 Pushed the limits of how far fetched a bond flick can be, still good though. 4 stars
11/23/02 nick2k i liked it. i hate the new thunderbirds though. 5 stars
11/23/02 Croweater You ignornat fucking idiot Eric! Not all spelling is americani'z'ed! Look in the dictionary 5 stars
11/22/02 Superdave Erik, you just don't get it do you? DAD is Brosnon's best (at least tied with Goldeneye) 5 stars
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  22-Nov-2002 (PG-13)



Directed by
  Lee Tamahori

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  Robert Wade

  Pierce Brosnan
  Halle Berry
  Rick Yune
  John Cleese
  Judi Dench
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