Pierce Brosnan returns for his second outing as James Bond in this High tech; action packed bonanza. The opening sequence in this film starts off on a Russian Border in which many of the world's major terrorists happen to be hanging around. There is plenty of weapons and as the scene progresses Robinson (Colin Salmon) starts naming off their names as if it's child's play. Then Bond comes in and cleans it up with flare. Then again that's typical for most Bond films. The plot in this film is simple yet it is incredibly smart and sophisticated. Eliot Carver(an incredible Johnathan Pryce) is our main villain; hell bent on creating world war three in the southern china sea. "words are the new weapons and satellites the new artillery" an appropriate line for a movie about creating war in a world so media based as ours. With a great script form Bruce Fierstien(Goldeneye) and the excellent direction of Roger Spottiswood(Species) it's no wonder why Tomorrow never dies is such a pleasure to watch again and again.