Daniel Craig, who established himself as James Bond, a Secret Service Agent, gave his career a quick- start. However, he faced a lot of challenges to capture his audience. In fact, the character of 007 was on challenging grounds when Die Another Day did not perform up to the mark. Similarly, his second James Bond movie ‘Quantum of Solace was not an outstanding movie either. Below given is a list which tells us the ways in which the film ‘Quantum of Solace’ soared:-
The film did not undergo any rewrites after the writers had finished writing the script for the movie. As we know, the shooting began soon after; the movie lacked its vitamin of shine. While the shooting was commencing, many times, the loopholes in the storylines had to be fixed by the director along with Daniel. Moreover, due to its short run time, the film portrayed a picture of being completely messed up.
‘Quantum of Solace’ seemed like a revenge movie in the beginning.
The film is intertwined in the genre of revenge. It begins from the follow up of Casino Royale, where we see 007 trying to unveil the hidden mysteries behind Vesper Lynd and the list of all the secret organizations she was working with. Simultaneously, also take revenge for her death. This does not seem to interest the spectators a lot. In fact, the character of Bond played more of an action hero type than his usual self of being clever and devising strategies. This takes one away from the original character of James Bond.
‘Quantum of Solace’ tried to substitute Spectre in major aspects.
The movie in certain domains tried to revise into the Spectre mythology. These made the whole set up of an organization appear useless. Initially, the viewers were happy to ignore Quantum being in favor of Spectre, although they had high hopes with the set up of an organization. In the same way, we can surely say that Skyfall, as well as Casino Royale, both of Daniel Craig Bond films surely were not dependent on their interconnected supervillain organization set up.
Dominic Greene was not an outstanding Villain.
We are all aware that there is a set standard of villains seen in a James Bond movie. Mathieu Amalric’s Dominic Greene idea of snatching de facto authorship of Bolivia by dominating the country’s water supply appeared a minuscule task. This in comparison to the previously devised master game plans, seems quite ordinary. In fact, Greene trying to deceive a naïve military generally does not support what a villain in a James Bond movie would supposedly do. Do you agree with our facts or do you have something of your own? Let us know in the comment section below.