Quantum of Solace Reviews
Typical lavish sets and locations with hyper-choreographed scenes.
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
Over all it wasn't terrible, but it had very little to offer. 2/5
Not as well conceived as Casino Royale, as the villains just didn't have any real menace. The film delivers a decent amount of action, some of which could be edited a bit better, but all in all, I would give this another look on cable or as a rental.
Easily worth a look.
Daniel Craig has really cemented himself as Bond. It picked up from where Casino Royale left off and right from the get go, the action was fast paced. Plenty of screen time for Dame Judi too which adds to the excellent job Craig does.
The show overall was choppy, hard to follow and somewhat mediocre. It seemed like they needed just one or two scenes to help the plot for the other movies, and just tried to throw a whole other story around it which just collapsed. That being said if you're looking for a common action movie that won't involve any brainpower whatsoever, this is recommended.
The acting was good, they did their best to make this a good movie. The dialogue was fine, doing an alright job of tying these characters together but it wasn't a strong relationship. Scene to scene I was confused on what was going on. The movie seemed like a collage of running from place to place, fighting random bad guys, and getting revenge on irrelevant characters. The plot (as indecisive as it was) lacked depth and character.