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Eliel L (fr) wrote: Llena de referencias, llenos de cameos y lleno de humor.Aunque la trama no sea nada de lo extraordinaria y aun as se mantiene para matar el tiempo.
Super K (ru) wrote: Keeps an errie mood so you keep expecting somthing to happen but it never does. Noting goes on in this movie. The least they could have done was show the suicide in depth and added an axe murderer.
Andrew U (kr) wrote: Over-the-top to the Nth degree, Tomorrow Never Dies is a masterful exercise in action cinema. As a Bond film it disregards subtlety for style which can be a good thing if you like your action sleek and exciting.
Kristina K (de) wrote: That was the first "gay" movie I saw, I loved it so much then. So sad, dramatic, yet funny and sweet too.
Jeremy H (us) wrote: Childhood classic. Saw this movie at least 20 times in the local theater with my brother. Back in the days of $2 movie nights!
David S (kr) wrote: Superb performance by Woods (as always) yet the plot is conventional and the ending is so excessive the it becomes ludicrous... Though I will admit, the last ten seconds is pitch perfect and ends the film appropriately.
Becky B (us) wrote: I think I can recall thinking it was ok
Mark S (br) wrote: I don't usually watch Doris Day musicals but made an exception for this one as it also stars James Cagney. He gives one of his last good performances here as a Chicago racketeer who helps a struggling torch-singer named Ruth Etting (played by Day) rise to fame. And with this and Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much the following year Day showed she was more than just a singer.