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Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
on Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Pierce Brosnan as James Bond has to thwart the diabolical plans of a media tycoon who's hell-bent on... getting broadcasting rights in China. Along the way, Bond gets the help of Michelle Yeoh as the standard "ass kicking female sidekick", and sleeps with Teri Hatcher playing the standard "bad guy's wife who has a complicated past with 007". But little does the Blockbuster Chick know that a terrifying surprise awaits her at the end of the episode!
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