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The World Is Not Enough


Action / Adventure / Crime / Thriller

Plot summary

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Top cast

Denise Richards Photo
Denise Richards as Dr. Christmas Jones
Pierce Brosnan Photo
Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
Christine Adams Photo
Christine Adams as Girl in Casino
Sophie Marceau Photo
Sophie Marceau as Elektra King
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949.24 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 8 min
P/S 2 / 3
1.85 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 8 min
P/S 3 / 34

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by leonardodaftson7 / 10

There's no point in living if you can't feel alive.

'The World is Not Enough' fixes many issues with the previous entry in the franchise 'Tomorrow Never Dies'. The prior film was criticized for having goofy villains and a silly story. 'The World is Not Enough' re-aligns the franchise by bringing back better villains, a more interesting story, and adding much more substance to the characters. The film throws a few curve balls and misdirections at the audience as well, so you'll be kept on your toes. All of the actors put on a great performance, with the exception of Denise Richards. She plays Dr. Christmas Jones and she is not believable in the slightest as a nuclear scientist. But she's such a gorgeous bombshell I can overlook her crappy acting. M is also much more involved in the plot, which is quite welcome because she really dominates her scenes. Overall I enjoyed 'The World Is Not Enough', it's much better than the prior Bond film, but still not quite as good as 'Goldeneye'.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird9 / 10

Incredibly underrated, second only to GoldenEye as the best of the Brosnan Bonds

I am a fan of James Bond, and I have to say I love The World is Not Enough. It mayn't be the best of the Bond films like I consider a film like Goldfinger, but it is easily one of the better Bond films with Pierce Brosnan in the title role. I also think it is incredibly underrated, for as I have said this is really good and second only to GoldenEye as the best of the Brosnan Bonds. I loved that The World is Not Enough was a welcome return to the gritty glamour as seen in From Russia With Love, and that the story is quite hard-hitting as well as suspenseful and thrilling. The stunts are truly spectacular, as is the action which is enough to make your adrenaline pump up, with the opening speedboat chase complimenting it perfectly. The cinematography is effortless and the scenery is splendid, while the music and theme song are certainly memorable. The acting is very well done, Pierce Brosnan is very likable and clearly comfortable as Bond, while Sophie Marceau matches him perfectly and her character Elektra King is for me the best and sexiest Bond girl in ages and Robert Carlyle is perfect as the vicious and chilling villain. And I actually didn't mind Denise Richards that much, admittedly she isn't brilliant, but I certainly didn't hate her, and Judi Dench once again proves what a fine actress she is and even gets to go out into the Middle East battlefield and show off her gadget ingenuity. Overall, this is really underrated and quite an excellent film. 9/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by bkoganbing5 / 10

Feeling No Pain

The Soviet Union has broken up now and SPECTRE seems to have lost some of its punch in the world that James Bond now faces. In The World Is Not Enough, the threat is one in keeping with the times. Terrorists are threatening the west's supply of Mideast oil and of course 007 is called in to deal with it.

At first it's just a kidnapping of oil heiress Sophie Marceau, but when Pierce Brosnan delivers the ransom, the father of Marceau, David Carlyle is killed with a remote control device for no apparent reason. As the film develops the reason becomes quite clear.

Bond has a really deadly adversary, but a situation that seems a bit much for me. Robert Carlyle was shot in the head and the wound healed over. He's not getting the medical attention to get the bullet out and it will eventually kill him. But in the meantime as it travels its way through his brain, it is killing all nerve endings, no taste of smell or taste and most importantly touch. He feels no pain and is in his mind invincible.

Marceau is of course Bondified in the course of the film as is nuclear scientist Denise Richards. Did Albert Einstein have Richards in mind when he went into physics?

The World Is Not Enough is not one of the best Bond features, a most improbable foe keeps it from top rank, but Brosnan Bond fans should like it.

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