Yeoh gets to do plenty in the final half-hour, but aside from the fight scene, the action doesn't really spotlight what makes her different from Western action stars. It's as though the producers -- so used to the high-tech hardware, special effects wizardry, and stunt doubles of standard Hollywood action -- didn't know what to do with an actress who has actual physical skills.
If "living" or "dying" were even vaguely applicable to "tomorrow," then tomorrow would always die.
Tomorrow Never Dies.
Written by Bruce Feirstein; directed by Roger Spottiswoode; with Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce, Michelle Yeoh, Judi Dench, and Teri Hatcher.