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Bond franchise runs out of gas in Tomorrow Never Dies

After John Glen directed five Bond films in a row, the producers cannily decided to shake up the series by choosing the relatively unlikely Martin Campbell (Criminal Law, Defenseless) for GoldenEye. While it seems a good idea to have fresh directors on each new film, veteran Roger Spottiswoode (The Best of Times, Under Fire) doesn't seem to bring much to the party. And the wisecracks in the script by Bruce Feirstein (Real Men Don't Eat Quiche and a co-credit on GoldenEye) aren't particularly witty.

Tomorrow Never Dies
Directed by Roger Spottiswoode; with Pierce Brosnan.

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