Quantum of Solace


Action / Adventure / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 65%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 59%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 362527


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Daniel Craig as James Bond
Eva Green as Vesper Lynd
Olga Kurylenko as Camille
Gemma Arterton as Strawberry Fields
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799.64 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 46 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by philipposx-12290 5 / 10

Big Downgrade

There was absolutely no way that A Quantum Of Solace was going to top Casino Royale two years earlier, but even with that in mind, it was a little bit disappointing. In many ways people hoped to get some background information about Vesper Lynd, a more professional James Bond (since CR showcased Bond becoming Bond) and a complex storyline to match Casino Royale's greatness. What we got instead was a total letdown of main characters, both bond girls being bland and boring, the villain (Greene) being one of the worst in the series and a Jack Reacher James Bond. Some stunt scenes (especially the opening in the church) are dramatic and very well executed and there is still some James Bond vibe to it, but all in all QoS is one of the weakest Bond Entry's and that sadly after the best of them all. 5/10

Reviewed by cinemajesty 7 / 10

Tosca Is Not For Everyone

Movie Review: "007: Quantum Of Solace"

Since Columbia Pictures supported Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in distributing "Casino Royale" from November 2006, here comes the first back-to-back sequel in James Bond history in which actor Daniel Craig gives his second performance as 007 by bringing the world-famous character in another state of hard-boiled female-drop-off manners after Sean Connery in "Diamonds Are Forever" (1971) and Timothy Dalton in "Licence To Kill" (1989).

Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson land major deals with product placement companies from car manufacturer Aston Martin to Omega Swiss watches in order to raise an over-paid 200 Million Dollar budget for director Marc Forster, at age 37, who together with long-term collaborators Roberto Schaefer for cinematography and Matt Chesse in the editorial department are unable to deliver an exceeding successor for a calmly-received over intensely thrilling to throughout suspenseful "Casino Royale" directed by Martin Campbell. The first-look editorial of "Quantum of Solace" became a vast machine of high-class action coverage with the most innovative camera movements and shot angles, which even in this suspenseless high-speed, less then 1.5 second shot-paced editorial of a minot hundred minutes, polished by second-hand editor Richard Pearson leaving the audience in a fair state of action-movie splendor, which could have been a Bond movie for the ages under stricter direction.

The original screenplay by Eon Productions staff-writers Robert Wade & Neal Purvis, which needed the support of superior-screenwriter Paul Haggis in order to come to terms concerning the producers approval. Director Marc Forster shows his strong suit in some single scenes of directing a fine supporting cast featuring 22-year-old newcomer Gemma Aterton as uplifting character Strawberry Fields, Jeffrey Wright as reprising character Felix Leiter, sitting with 007 at a bar counter with just 30 seconds left to make a major decision and always-professional actress Dame Judi Dench as "M", who cannot convince James Bond to leave the past behind after Vesper Lynd's death in Venice before a pale-appearing character close-to-be a larger organizations' henchman character of Dominic Greene, portrayed with nevertheless French-charms and some sophistations by actor Mathieu Almaric, who has the looks, but does hardly put 007 into any life-threatening danger, when Bond meets the character of villain-deserting Camille, given face by actress Olga Kurylenko, who again is no match for the car over to foot-chasing and then getting-chased into plane crashing constant-striving Bond portrayal ingnited by relentless Daniel Craig.

Why "Quantum of Solace" stays watchable after 10 years on the market lies with the beyond-belief job executions in the 2nd unit department directed by Dan Bradley and torch-receiving production designer Dennis Gassner, who continues in best tradition the work of nine times collaborating production designer Peter Lamont, when the music composed by David Arnold elivates the overly-done soundscape of Bond 22 with another classic-enough main theme sung by Alicia Keys and Jack White.

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Reviewed by floyd beck 4 / 10

You need nausea medication to watch it...

I only give it a 4 because of the nice scenes. The movie reminds me of Blair Witch Project, which I could not watch for more than 3 minutes. Every time there is a flight or fight scene, the camera moves up and down, right and left, wobbles, spins, and more, that the viewer feels like there is an actual earthquake, tornado, and cyclone happening at the same time. The other major problem with the movie is in seeing the bruises on the actors that would normally have a person cringe in pain. Instead, the bruised actors show no signs of injury. The last problem is that this feels like the 50th 007 film. Enough, already. Has Hollywood never heard of sequel fatigue?

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