A devastating betrayal sends James Bond from Australia to Italy and South America on a mission of vengeance that pits the suave super-spy against a powerful businessman with diabolical intentions. Betrayed by Vesper, 007 (Daniel Craig) suppresses the urge to make his latest mission personal as he teams with M (Judi Dench) to interrogate Mr. White (Jesper Christensen). It soon becomes apparent that the organization behind the blackmailing of Vesper is more powerful than Bond and M had previously anticipated, and after discovering forensic evidence that links an MI6 traitor to a bank in Haiti, Bond immediately sets out to gather more intelligence. Once in Haiti, a case of mistaken identity leads Bond into the company of the ravishing Camille (Olga Kurylenko), a dangerous beauty with her own vendetta. It's Camille who leads Bond to a ruthless businessman named Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric), who is soon revealed to be the mastermind of a powerful but clandestine organization. Greene is conspiring to corner the market on one of the world's most precious natural resources, and in order to make that happen he has forged a deal with an exiled general named Medrano (Joaquin Cosio). By enlisting the aid of his many associates and using his vast resources to force contacts within the CIA and the British government into bending to his will, Greene plans to overthrow the current regime of a Latin American country and hand control over to General Medrano in exchange for a parcel of land that appears barren on the surface, but actually houses a natural resource that will make Greene the most powerful man on the planet. But Bond's mission to uncover the culprit who blackmailed Vesper and prevent Dominic Greene from exerting his will on the entire world won't be easy, because now everyone from the CIA to the terrorists and even M are out to get him.~Jason Buchanan
I rank Quantum of Solace as third best of the Daniel Craig Bond films, but all the films are great, so I wound up getting all 3 steelbooks. These are awesome, and I was able to ad all 3 to my Digital Library with the UltraViolet Codes too that were included. This is a great value and I love the artwork on these Exclusive Best Buy Steelbooks!! A great gift for any Bond fan! ~PopCulter
I hope they do something similar for SPECTRE when it comes out.
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I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
James Bond Quantum Of Solace
Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
Love the steelbook packaging for the Bond 4K UHD series. Daniel Craig is great in the Bond role and I’m sorry to see him leaving the series. Quantum of Solace is a great watch and highly recommended.
Bought this and the other three Daniel Craig steelbooks about 3 months ago. Thought they looked absolutely fabulous in this form. Casino Royale in deep red, this one a deep golden brown, Skyfall in a deep green and Spectre in a deep blue. Wish they would begin bringing the other Bond films out in 4K steelbook form. What a collection that would be. Oh, and the movies themselves are pretty darn good too.
Quantum is so different from Casino Royale that fans didn't know what to make of it. It's a faster, tougher, grittier Bond film and about 30 minutes shorter than Casino. In some ways it's an extension of Casino as it picks up right after that movie but it definitely has it's own style and sense of purpose. In many ways this is a darker more emotional Bond film in that it deals with love and loss and revenge. Bond is drunk with rage and heartache and uses that pain to go after the bad guys. It's a brave film in that it didn't want to give fans more of the same and is worth the price of admission for just the first 20 minutes where you see an edge of your seat car chase and then a foot chase where Bond hunts down a double agent on the rooftops of Siena, Italy that culminates in one of the most inventive gun fights in action movie history where, let's just say, Bond loses his sidearm and only has seconds left to live. I would say Quantum, now it's in 10th Anniversary, really deserves a second chance and no longer has to be overshadowed by either Casino Royale or Skyfall. It's aged well and has it's own style, identity, and purpose in telling a modern Bond film that's about combining the action and thrills fans demand while also taking some risks in showing Bond as a wounded and vulnerable killer who is paying the price for his decisions and actions while also coming to terms with his role as an agent for preserving justice and serving his country. In addition Quantum looks and sounds fantastic on blu ray with reference quality audio and video.
This review is from Quantum of Solace [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] [SteelBook] [Only @ Best Buy]