PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Thriller
James Bond heads to stop a media mogul's plan to induce war between China and the UK in order to obtain exclusive global media coverage.
When Bond gets out of his BMW in Hamburg and hands the keys to the valet, he says "Lass dich nicht verarschen." This is a German idiom which means, approximately, "Don't let him/her/them/it make an ass of you." However, in the German dubbed version, Bond says "Nicht alles glauben, was sie sagt" which translates to "Don't believe everything she says."
Our man's in position on the center camera. It's like a terrorist supermarket. Chinese Long March Scud, Panther AS-565 attack helicopter, a pair of Russian mortars, and the crates look like American rifles. Chilean mines. German explosives. Fun for ...
When the jump officer is prepping Bond for the H.A.L.O. jump, and we see him from behind, his mouth doesn't match what he is saying.
James Bond will return.
The UK terrestrial television broadcast by ITV in October 2001 included the "shuriken" and "face stamping" shots that were removed from the UK VHS and DVD releases.
English, German, Danish, Mandarin, Cantonese
$25,143,007 (USA) (21 December 1997)
$125,332,007 (USA) (7 June 1998)