Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) is another installment in the shaken not stirred adventures of everyone’s favorite British spy, James Bond. This is the second outing as MI6 agent 007 by debonaire Pierce Brosnan. And, yes, he pierces aplenty! The villain, Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce), is a media mogul who acts like Bill Gates, and wants to sink a British frigate to steal a nuke. You see, like any mad genius, he thinks this will kickstart (this was before the Interest crowdsourced funding mechanism would make such an act of terrorism obsolete) a world war and buy him a foothold in Asia. For whomever controls the information, controls the something or other. We forget. The plot, frankly, is not our main concern. We’re interested in the Bond babes. Chief among them is the big-breasted Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher), 007’s ex-girlfriend and the mogul’s trophy wife. In one scene, the panty-clad hottie bares her back but not her front. What a tease! Luckily, Chinese agent Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh) provides some flirtatious fun. We’re not sure how great her undercover work is since we can see right through her soaking wet T-shirt! Also on board is Oxford professor Cecilie Thomsen (Inga Bergstrom) who is supposed to teach James Danish. But since their classes take place in bed, it would appear the butt flashing instructor is giving lessons in the universal language of lust! Considering the film’s skinastic action, Mr. Skin is always waiting with mastur(bated) breath for the bigger and better next Bond installment!