This movie makes one thing clear - the great super spy from Britain, James Bond, has an indecent obsession on Jason Bourne from The Bourne Identity and is moulding himself to be an exact copy.
Several scenes, especially the action scenes, give a sense of deja vu and frankly speeking; Bond needs to create his own identity here.
James Bond movies have always been about gizmos and gadgets, not to mention fancy cars. But these are utterly missing in this film.
They are also famous for interesting and unique villains and hencemen. Unfortunately, Dominic Greene is perhaps the most boring Bond villain I have ever seen.
And what about those witty one-liners? They are also missing here. The only saving grace is that the actors give commendable performances.
Quantum Of Solace begins where Casino Royale ends. James Bond turns into a bitter man after he was betrayed by the woman he loved. He is determined to bring down the organisation named Quantum that he had blackmailed Vesper to betray him.
His investigations lead him straight to the ruthless businessman and major force within the organisation - Dominic Greene. Greene promises to help the exiled General Medrano get back his lost contry in exchange for a seemingly barren piece of land.
The land will give Greene control of the main source of the South American water supply. Of course, Bond has to stop him.
At the same time, he also need to deal with the beautiful and fiesty Camille who has a score to settle.