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Quantum of Solace Reviews

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½ September 21, 2017
Daniel Craig delivers another great performance, but almost everything else in Quantum of Solace fails to reach Casino Royale's high bar. The action in general has so many cuts and is so poorly edited that it's disorienting, a little nauseating, and nearly impossible to follow, and one scene in particular is literally just a BS excuse to have Bond and the guy he's after fight each other in the air. The script isn't terrible, but it leaves much to be desired. The villain is terrible, and the movie suffers as a result. However, the plot is fairly original, and there's quite a bit of humor. It may be entertaining, but this is one of the worst Bond movies.
September 7, 2017
'Quantum' is fun despite its obvious rushed plotting.
September 2, 2017
Poor follow-up movie. DC is a decent bond but there just wasn't any depth of story here for a whole film.
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August 25, 2017
A very good action film continuing right on from Casino Royale. Plenty of action, chases and explosions. Has a certain Bourne Trilogy feel to a lot of the stunts and fights. The Bond films now are more gritty, raw without the tongue in cheek humour of the past films. One for all out action entertainment but not the best story for a Bond film.
August 24, 2017
The arty directorial approach mixed with a Jason Bourne-esque editing style is too amped up and nauseating for it's own good.

However, although the plot is a little weak and the script a little unfocused, it's not a bad movie, just a poorly planned one. The performances are fine and it does improve with subsequent viewings.

With better, more coherent editing of the action scenes I would probably have added another half a star.
½ July 27, 2017
worst of the Daniel Craig Era still an enjoyable film great action plot is okay but still so so
½ July 24, 2017
Interesting to see Bond as a person driven by petty vengeance and hurt feelings. He basically uses both his & M's resources to quash his paranoid assumptions - some of which are actually proven correct. This is the painful process of becoming a truly efficient 00 agent. A process most 00's don't survive.

Typical lavish sets and locations with hyper-choreographed scenes.
½ July 14, 2017
This a great movie it the 2nd part to James Bound reboot series. It is better the Casino royale. Spectre is better. This movie has a great story line. It also has great acting. It also has great special effects.
½ June 26, 2017
This movie felt more like a Bourne movie not a bond movie. The villain was bad and did not have a great plot but I can still enjoy parts of the movie.

½ June 26, 2017
Quantumn of Solace 2008 bond film stars Daniel Craig ( The blonde Bond ) is a underrated bond film. Marc Forster is the worst director of all time. the editing is rubbish the the action scenes are one of the best in the whole series.


James Bond/007: Daniel Craig
Camille Montes: Olga Kurylenko
Dominic Greene: Mathieu Amalric
Felix Lieter: Jeffrey Wright
M: Judi Dench
Bill Tanner: Rory Kinner
Rene Mathis: Giancarlo Gianninia
Fields: Gemma Arteron
Mr White: Jesper Christian
Elvis: Anatolia taubman
June 18, 2017
Quantum of Solace continues the story that was discovered in Casino Royale, but does so at the expense of the character moments and choppier directing. It's still enjoyable, but nothing like Casino Royale.
½ June 6, 2017
truly terrible film but it has an excuse there was a writers strike in the middle of filming and thing were done on the fly
½ June 6, 2017
Quantum of Solace lacks a clear, concise purpose and the villain is...why exactly? What's his plan? Why do I care about this film? A definite let down after the heights of Casino Royale.
½ June 5, 2017
Bond's more personal stories have never been well-loved (see also On Her Majesty's Secret Service, License to Kill), but this was needed after Casino Royale, and like those forebears it works more than it's reputation would suggest. And while It doesn't reach the heights of Craig's first film (a tall order), it doesn't try to, it's a smaller, more focused film. And it should be commended for continuing story threads from the previous film, something that hasn't really been done in Bond films since the Connery era. It also continues it's immediate predecessor by being realistic without being grim, an even more delicate act here, and in studying the relationship between the needs of a job, 007's 'blunt instrument' and the needs of the man, Bond. The writing doesn't always do this justice, but Craig's performance is strong enough to hold the story together. With a few tweaks the movie could have stood equal to Bond's best and been a more satisfactory conclusion to the character's inner journey. As it stands enough of that potential shines through that it's only mildly disappointing and by no means a failure.
May 28, 2017
Just holding Par...but's that's not bad.
½ May 23, 2017
Continuing the break with established formula which began with Casino Royale, this film picks up where that one left off and while it does not scale the same heights, it is not completely without merit. Daniel Craig is once again a man on a mission as he hunts down the terrrorist organization from the previous film. Olga Kurylenko is a gorgeous Bond girl with intelligence to match and French actor Mathieu Amalric (while not as creepy as Mads Mikkelsen) is sleazy enough to dislike. Perhaps in reaction to the running time of Casino Royale, this is one of the shortest Bond films in the series. It is actually OK but feels like a lesser installment and Craig's running around with mobile phone in hand is becoming slightly annoying but that is of course, no fault of his and his portrayal of Bond is once again tough, albeit serious, but more than willing to commit to the physical demands of these current films.
May 16, 2017
An all out action packed revenge story with some clever sequences!
May 16, 2017
It's enjoyable, and most of the action is exciting. The performances are good too. But the tone is too grey and joyless, and the editing is absolutely horrible. And I really mean horrible, it's cut so quickly it's hard to tell who's even in the scene sometimes. Overall, fine as a surface level action movie. Not very Bond-ey though.
April 18, 2017
I don't remember much from Quantum of Solace. It wasn't very good. After a certain incident occurred in Casino Royale, 007 must find the person responsible, a man named Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric) Who is doing something bad. This is a terrible villain. He has completely unclear motivation. Now guys, Casino Royale is a serious Bond film, but this is almost a throwback to the later Pierce Brosnan bond movies. It wasn't very serious, I felt as it it didn't know what it was, or what it was trying to be. Don't get me wrong, the movie had a few good scenes, but they didn't outmatch everything that was going on in the movie.
Over all it wasn't terrible, but it had very little to offer. 2/5
March 25, 2017
It's not that good but people are way too hard on it
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