Warhawk’s review published on Letterboxd:
Tomorrow Never Dies is able to successfully hold on to some of the intrigue and style from Goldeneye, even if it misses the mark a bit in comparison. Jonathan Pryce's character is a good look at how media not only controls a vast section of politics, but also create news in order to make guaranteed money from guaranteed, manufactured viewership. There are some editing flops and cheesy lines, but I was pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoyed this Bond film. It's greatest weakness is that even though a World War between China and Britain would be terrifying, the threat of it never seems to feel real in the movie, as we never doubt Bond's ability to get the job done. I like the addition of the Walther P99, but it's sad it didn't make it into any of the other Bond films, great gun.