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The World Is Not Enough (1999)
Action,Adventure,Thriller
UK / English
"Danger Suspense Excitement There must be when he's around "
James Bond protects an oil tycoon's daughter while battling her former kidnapper, a terrorist who can't feel pain.
Pierce Brosnan James Bond
Sophie Marceau Elektra
Robert Carlyle Renard
Denise Richards Christmas Jones
Robbie Coltrane Valentin Zukovsky
Judi Dench M
Desmond Llewelyn Q
John Cleese R
Maria Grazia Cucinotta Cigar Girl
Samantha Bond Moneypenny
Michael Kitchen Tanner
Colin Salmon Robinson
Goldie Bull
David Calder Sir Robert King
Serena Scott Thomas Dr. Molly Warmflash
Director: Michael Apted
Producer: Barbara Broccoli,Michael G. Wilson
Writer: Neal Purvis,Robert Wade
Brosnans Best Bond Film
Has there ever been a more beautiful baddie in a Bond film than Sophie Marceau? (maybe Luciana Paluzzi in 'Thunderball' to answer my own question) This woman is GORGEOUS and one of the series best characters. Pierce Brosnan gets better with each movie and out of his four this is probably the best. The pre-credit sequence, the longest in the films history is worth the entrance fee alone, an amazing chase along the river Thames it is simply stunning and should really only be viewed on a big screen. This sequence is what Bond is all about, outrageously over the top excitement that kicks the film off to a cracking start, in fact I'd go as far as saying this is the best pre-credit beginning of all the Bond films. The story actually makes sense as well for once - no real plot twists (except Electra) and all the action is there for a reason, not just as spectacle. Judi Dench gets her best outing in this, proving herself capable of getting out of tight situations and it's nice to see Robbie Coltrane again (the caviar factory scene being another highlight). The humour is kept in check and doesn't descend into parody like some in the series ('Diamonds Are Forever' for example) but when Bond says 'Q isn't going to like this' when his car gets sliced in half is one of the funniest moments in any of the films. Speaking of Q this is Desmond LLewelyns last Bond movie, he died shortly after and the film is dedicated to him. All in all this is as good as any of Connerys films and the best since 'The Spy Who Loved Me' with good all round performances from all involved although Denise Richards was obviously picked more for her looks than acting ability. A worthy addition to the series this is my 6th favourite 007 film.

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Imdb rating: 6.3
Musician: David Arnold
Running time: 128 min
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