The World is Not Enough

The World is Not Enough

The World is Not Enough

Pierce Brosnan is James Bond for a third time. Involves the death of an oil tycoon, his gorgeous daughter (French star Sophie Marceau), another agent hilariously named Dr. Christmas Jones (Denise Richards, Wild Things) and a bad guy who can’t feel pain because of a bullet in his head.

1999Rating: M, Low level violence128 minsUK, USA
ActionAdventureThriller
Director:
Michael Apted ('Gorillas in the Mist', 'Nell', 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader')
Writer:
Neal PurvisRobert WadeBruce Feirstein
Cast:
Pierce BrosnanSophie MarceauRobert CarlyleDenise RichardsRobbie ColtraneJudi DenchDesmond LlewelynJohn Cleese
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Not Quite Enough

Nothing like Brosnan's opening turn as Bond in Goldeneye, but solid Bond fare.

3.0
Variety

Variety

press

007 is undone by villainous scripting and misguided casting and acting in a couple of key secondary roles.

Total Film

Total Film

press

Delivers exactly what you'd hope for in a Bond movie. But although it sprinkles in a fair amount of character-centred plot, it doesn't really go that far beyond the call of duty.

3.0
Time Out

Time Out

press

Apted ensures it all passes by efficiently enough. And his extraordinarily well staged opening salvo is one of the most impressive Bond sequences yet.

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

A splendid comic thriller, exciting and graceful, endlessly inventive.

Variety

Variety

press

007 is undone by villainous scripting and misguided casting and acting in a couple of key secondary roles.

Total Film

Total Film

press

Delivers exactly what you'd hope for in a Bond movie. But although it sprinkles in a fair amount of character-centred plot, it doesn't really go that far beyond the call of duty.

3.0
Time Out

Time Out

press

Apted ensures it all passes by efficiently enough. And his extraordinarily well staged opening salvo is one of the most impressive Bond sequences yet.

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

A splendid comic thriller, exciting and graceful, endlessly inventive.

Not Quite Enough

Nothing like Brosnan's opening turn as Bond in Goldeneye, but solid Bond fare.

3.0