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Die Another Day

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United Kingdom, United States · 2002
Rated PG-13 · 2h 13m
Director Lee Tamahori
Starring Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry, Toby Stephens, Rosamund Pike
Genre Action, Adventure, Thriller

When his top-secret mission is sabotaged, James Bond finds himself captured by the enemy, abandoned by MI6, and stripped of his 00-license. Determined to get revenge, Bond goes head-to-head with a sultry spy, a frosty agent, and a billionaire whose secret is a diabolical weapon that could bring the world to its knees.

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Newsweek by David Ansen

Flat, distressingly witless -- To put it bluntly -- the thrill is gone. Nobody did it better. But that was then.


Christian Science Monitor by David Sterritt

Pierce Brosnan has mastered every smidgen of 007 schtick, making the role more thoroughly his own than any actor since Sean Connery -- still the best of the batch -- decided to call it quits.


L.A. Weekly by John Patterson

The result is the niftiest Bond movie in years -- fresh, funny, and jammed to the rafters with demented stunts, Boys'-Own gadgetry and brazen promiscuity.


The A.V. Club by Keith Phipps

The many shots of characters operating devices with remote controls will do little to quiet the complaints that the films have started to resemble video games, and the same can be said of the proliferating digital effects.


The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by Liam Lacey

Every hero needs to be revitalized by a little humiliation, and for at least the first 40 minutes of Die Another Day, Bond's dressing-down seems to do him and the movie franchise a world of good.


New York Post by Megan Lehmann

Aside from a jarringly fake computer-generated avalanche scene that momentarily challenges the necessary suspension of disbelief, the big-bang set pieces are superbly crafted.


San Francisco Chronicle by Mick LaSalle

The new movie lacks something, a special something. It's a quality that has characterized some of the best of the first 19 Bond movies: extravagant ludicrousness.

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