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James Bond battles the evil Quantum organization as well as a new enemy.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Bond (voice)
Camille Montes (voice)
Dominic Greene (voice)
M (voice)
Le Chiffre (voice)
Vesper Lynd (voice)
Tanner (voice)
Carter (voice)
Mollaka (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)
Mercenaries (voice)
American Mercenaries (voice)
Steven Obanno (voice)
General Medrano / South American Mercenaries (voice)


James Bond battles the evil Quantum organization as well as a new enemy.

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Bond is back.




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Release Date:

31 October 2008 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

007: Nagusame no Houshuu  »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


This is the first ever James Bond video game to feature the James Bond character with a Daniel Craig voice and likeness. There are also likenesses for Judi Dench as M; Eva Green as Vesper Lynd; Mads Mikkelsen as Le Chiffre; Olga Kurylenko as Camille and Mathieu Amalric as Dominic Greene. See more »


In the scene where Bond's card is being checked in the airport you can see an Ingenico i5100 card payment terminal. Whilst the messages on screen are in German the keypad is actually the UK version. See more »


Spun-off from Quantum of Solace (2008) See more »


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Worst Bond flick of all
12 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

Excluding the original "Casino Royale" with David Niven and I discount, since it was not one of the Broccoli/Saltzmann films, this film has to be the worst Bond Film yet. The plot was so confusing, that I still have no idea what he was looking for or whom the real bad guys were.

The chase scenes were not that exciting although the one with the DC-3 was a little different, but in all the cases the camera work was so jiggly that it was hard to figure who was being chased and who the chasers were. I think that when Spielberg did it for D-Day it made sense, but now it seems everything making a movie seems to think it is the trendy thing to do. Well I disagree. When one can not figure out where the action is going, and who is who, then it has lost its intent.

Not only that it seemed as though the idea was "hey its about time we had another chase" just for the gratuitousness of it rather than leading up to it like most other Bond movies.

The title song has to be the worst yet for these movies and was a real turnoff for me, in fact I turned off my hearing aids about a quarter of the way into it to try and not hear it.

The acting certainly was nothing to talk about either. I think Daniel Craig was fine in his first movie, but this one he seemed about as wooden as Jean Claude Van Damme was in his movies, and George Lazenby in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service". The women were totally forgettable also whoever they were.

It looks to me like the Bond franchise has run out of ideas and steam and that it is time to retire this series. Doubt that I will go to another one even though I am a big fan of James Bond, but the movies have slowly declined in quality and interest over the years since "From Russia With Love", and "Goldfinger". I will be content watching DVDs of the better Bond films and re-reading the original stories from Ian Fleming.

Final comment is that this movie was so exciting that wife went to sleep part way thru it.

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