21 November 2012 7:57 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Goldeneye may have been the first Bond made in the ’90s, but Tomorrow Never Dies is the first ’90s Bond. Finally liberated from the remnants of the Cold War, the Bond era entered the global media age where moguls are the madmen and manipulation is more powerful than money. In many ways, its an era that the character and the world has been unable to deny in this modern age, but one in which the series has adapted to admirably.

The second outing for Pierce Brosnan’s 007 finds him ensnared by a former flame, Terri Hatcher’s Paris Carver; the trophy wife to Elliot Carver, Jonathan Pryce’s arrogant, Rupert Murdoch like tycoon. Brosnan drops the inner turmoil of Goldeneye and makes his 007 lighter than air, a walking suit who has fun with his gadgets and more fun with the ladies, but who never loses sight of his mission. As for his ladies, »

- Shane Ramirez

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