"Tomorrow Never Dies" is a James Bond film released in 1997, directed by Roger Spottiswoode, and starring Pierce Brosnan as James Bond. It is the eighteenth film in the James Bond series and follows Bond's mission to stop a media mogul, Elliot Carver (played by Jonathan Pryce), from starting a war between the United Kingdom and China.
The movie starts with a British warship sinking in the South China Sea. Bond is sent to investigate and discovers that Carver, a powerful media mogul, is responsible for the attack. Carver plans to use the incident to start a war between the UK and China, which he believes will increase his media empire's profits.
To stop Carver's plan, Bond teams up with a Chinese agent, Wai Lin (played by Michelle Yeoh), and together, they try to prevent a missile attack that would trigger a war between the two nations. Along the way, Bond faces various challenges, including high-speed chases, underwater battles, and a showdown with Carver's henchman, Stamper (played by Götz Otto).
The movie received generally positive reviews from critics, with many praising Brosnan's performance as Bond and the film's action sequences. The film's theme song, performed by Sheryl Crow, was also a hit, reaching number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Overall, "Tomorrow Never Dies" is an exciting addition to the James Bond franchise, with plenty of action, suspense, and intrigue to keep audiences engaged.