Saturday, 24 November 2012

Quantum of Solace Review

Quantum of Solace

Release Date: 19th November 2008 - Australia

Production Companies
Metro Goldwyn Mayer
Columbia Pictures
EON Productions

Sony Pictures Australia

Genre: Action

Rating: M

Runtime: 100 minutes

Budget: $200,000,000

Box Office Gross: $586,090,727

Plot Summary
On a nonstop quest for
justice that crisscrosses
the globe, Bond meets
the beautiful but feisty
Camille, who leads him
to Dominic Greene, a
ruthless businessman and
major force within the
mysterious Quantum
organisation. When Bond
uncovers a conspiracy to
take control of one of the
world's most important
natural resources, he must
navigate a minefield of
treachery, deception and
murder to neutralize
Quantum before it's too

Daniel Craig - James Bond
Olga Kurylenko - Camille
Mathieu Amalric - Dominic Greene
Giancarlo Giannini - Rene Mathis
Jeffrey Wright - Felix Leiter
Judi Dench - M
Gemma Arterton - Strawberry Fields
Joaquin Cosio - General Medrano

Director - Marc Forster
Based on Characters - Ian Fleming (Uncredited)
Writers - Paul Haggis, Neal
Purvis & Robert Wade
Producers - Michael G. Wilson
& Barbara Broccoli
Production Designer - Dennis Gassner
Costume Designer - Louise Frogley
Director of Photography - Roberto
Stunt Coordinator - Gary Powell
Film Editors - Matt Chesse &
Richard Pearson
Title Designer - Mk12
Composer: James Bond Theme - Monty Norman
Music - David Arnold
Writer/Performer: Song "Another Way to Die" -
Jack White
Performer: Song "Another Way to Die" -
Alicia Keys

The recent Bond picture QUANTUM OF SOLACE has a lot of the top action, but the film is too complicated and different to the series. What really bothers me is that it's still missing Q and having a Bond villain of an environmentalist is really a bad choice. I still highly praise Daniel Craig for his performance as James Bond.

Not quite the type of a Bond film that was expected, but could have been more. To me, QUANTUM is an unwarranted addition to the Bond family and it is probably for the best.

Star rating: (3/5) Average

1 comment:

  1. I agree, the plot was ridiclously convoluted and it very disappointing compared to Casino Royale.