James Bond's Best and Worst: Peter Travers Ranks All 24 Movies

The Best and Worst of the franchise

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'Tomorrow Never Dies' (1997)
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21. 'Tomorrow Never Dies' (1997)

There were no more Ian Fleming novels and titles to plunder, so Tomorrow was created from spare parts as Brosnan's Bond tries to stop Jonathan Pryce's media mogul from starting World War III. Oh please. The product placement was egregious. Brosnan sporting a tux by Brioni of Rome ($3,800) and wielding a cell phone by Ericsson ($299). As a 1999 video game, Tomorrow was dissed by Game Revolution as "empty and shallow." The tired-out movie that preceded it was considerably worse.

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