Quantum of Solace Blu-ray Disc, 2009, Checkpoint Sensormatic Widescreen
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- Format:Blu-ray Disc
- Display Format:Checkpoint; Sensormatic; Widescreen
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- darkdespairMar 12, 2013by
bond at it again
this is the second bond movie with daniel craig.i really like the style of the newer movies.they do not seem as cheesy as the old 80s bond films.this time bond is after a man who leads a secret organaztion who the cia or british intelligence know nothing about,but they are everywhere.james of course meets the beutiful ladies that are typical of every bond movie.there is alot of action in the movie as well.bond uncovers a conspiracy that the secret organation is taking over a water supply in 3rd world country.will bond be able to stop the man and his organaztion in time?check it out and see.
- r-scottDec 07, 2015by
As always a great show can't wait for the next one to come out.
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- huongv2005May 06, 2009by
Quantum of Solace (Blu-ray Disc, 2009
While I loved Casino Royale this film wasn't as good. Entertaining, very new and fresh approach- as I've never seen a Bond film pick up where it left off in a previous film. The action was good, the acting great and the story...okay. Different, but it was a little flat. Maybe because the running time was so short. Casino was well over 2 hours and this one was barely over an hour and a half. Not much wiggle room time wise. The cast was great though. I would recommend this, even though I wasn't quite sure how I felt about it after it ended. I thought, before I went to see it, that I'd want to see it again. Not so much. It was nice because it filled in the blanks that Casino left, the whole Vesper--boyfriend being abducted...then she allows herself to drown. The freaky dude, Mr. White. Left me scratching my head at the end of that flick. This answered those issues and vindicated Vesper and what Bond had with her. Anyway, it was good. Nothing overly special or spectaculaRead full review
- bigbadwulfmanFeb 06, 2010by
Bond, not suave yet but like batman is getting revamped
When I saw Casino Royale I simply believed that just like Goldeneye they would ruin a good movie by horrible and whimsical sequels with a new bond. Daniel Craig is by far the 2nd best bond; only surpassed by the original Sean Connery. But, just like batman got its revamp and traced back to its origins to help us forget Tim Burton's Batmans, The Bond series has taken us back to the beginning before the suave nature and expertise has set in and has let us see a fiesty, determined and 'loose canon' sort of version of Bond that we can watch develope. The second part of this new Bond series 'Quantum of Solace'...despite its far reaching name that reminds me of some old Imax film title, is an impressive movie with an amazing and reasonable story with great action, great cinematography, and all the while the movie still holds true to the original Bond that made the series so iconic around the world. For any Bond fan or simply someone just wanting to see a good movie that isnt boring watch this movie or buy it for not too much more.Read full review
- tumainimoshaMay 17, 2009by
Bond was made for Blu-ray!
There's no need to discuss how crystal clear Blue-ray is, if you don't know that by now, visit a local Best Buy or electronic shop and get a preview. Quantum of Solace is Craig's follow up to Casino Royale. Again, this movie is action packed from the first scene to the last. Blue-ray enhances the experience, just making you glued to your TV screen for the whole 120-minutes, simply staring at the water in the background or the pebbles on the floor. If you have surround sound it makes the experience breathe taking and exciting.
I would say the movie was good, but not great like the first one (Casino Royale). Everyone will have their opinions, but frankly a lot was missing for me to give it a 'great' or rather 'excellent' status. Nonetheless, for me it's still the second best bond in the last several -- more action, less unrealistic gadgets and more real like gadgets, more plot, and more excitement throughout the movie. Not too sure about the Bond girl for this one... Anyway, you may want to shell out the extra money to get it in Blue-ray (provided you have the player & Hi-def TV) because being a Sony Pictures Film, Bond was made for Blu-ray!Read full review