Quantum of Solace

{4.5/5} “When someone says ‘We’ve got people everywhere’ you expect it to be hyperbole.”

Quantum of Solace, released in 2008

M and Bond are just starting to interrogate Mr. White when one of M’s bodyguards reveals himself to be a member of the same organization and starts shooting. Bond chases him and kills him, and now it seems like they’re back to square one. But a clue is found in the bodyguard’s money that sends Bond to Haiti.

This is a direct sequel to Casino Royale.

It was nice to see Felix Leiter and Rene Mathis again. Camille and Miss Fields are also charming new characters.

Out of all the great scenes, the conversations between Bond and M are the absolute highlights.

Filming locations include the UK, Panama, Chile, Italy, Mexico, and Austria.

Stars Olga Kurylenko and Gemma Arterton. Directed by Marc Forster (World War Z). The exciting music is by David Arnold — the theme song by Jack White and Alicia Keys isn’t one of my favourites.

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