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Solace

Imdb Code: 1291570

Year: 2017

Category: Mistery

Release date: 2017-12-31

Director: Eden Rock Media

Cast(s): Anthony Hopkins, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Colin Farrell, Abbie Cornish, Marley Shelton

Character(s): John Clancy, Agent Joe Merriweather, Charles Ambrose, Agent Katherine Cowles, Laura Merriwether

Age restriction: 13

An FBI agent and a psychic doctor combat a serial killer in this supernatural thriller from director Afonso Poyart. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi




Last 50 Comments About Solace Movie

  • Ben Mankiewicz At the Movies
    Ben Mankiewicz / 10, 10 2017 / At the Movies

    Mark Forester did a great job.

  • Claudia Puig USA Today
    Claudia Puig / 10, 13 2017 / USA Today

    The stunts are as muscular and the film as handsome to look at as the hero who so ably pulls them off. But the story linking it all together is thin and weak.

  • Keith Phipps AV Club
    Keith Phipps / 10, 13 2017 / AV Club

    Quantum is content merely to be the second episode in what's shaping up to be a viable series, good enough but disappointing for those expecting greatness.

  • A.O. Scott New York Times
    A.O. Scott / 10, 14 2017 / New York Times

    Quantum of Solace prompts the question: Is revenge the only possible motive for large-scale movie heroism these days?

  • Rene Rodriguez Miami Herald
    Rene Rodriguez / 10, 14 2017 / Miami Herald

    Quantum of Solace never really engages you in the mechanical but transporting way the best Bond movies do.

  • Rex Reed New York Observer
    Rex Reed / 10, 12 2017 / New York Observer

    Quantum of Solace, the 22nd entry in the interminable franchise, is one of the most pointless, chaotic and forgettable of them all. It is also one of the dullest.

  • Peter Debruge Variety
    Peter Debruge / 10, 30 2017 / Variety

    [A] reasonably clever genre entry .

  • Peter Howell Toronto Star
    Peter Howell / 10, 13 2017 / Toronto Star

    There isn't much plot between the action set pieces, and precious little character development beyond Craig's and Dench's continuing evolution.

  • Peter Travers Rolling Stone
    Peter Travers / 10, 11 2017 / Rolling Stone

    Quantum of Solace won't trust its own darker instincts. It delivers the popcorn goods, but it ignores the poison eating at Bond's insides. Killer mistake.

  • Kyle Smith New York Post
    Kyle Smith / 10, 14 2017 / New York Post

    Revenge is a dish best served with bullets, high explosives and giant rolling flameballs. In Quantum of Solace, James Bond orders the revenge buffet, deluxe.

  • David Ansen Newsweek
    David Ansen / 10, 13 2017 / Newsweek

    Quantum of Solace isn't frivolous or cheesy, but it isn't all that much fun either. Craig is still the right guy for the job, but for his boiling-on-the-inside performance to work, he needs more to play with.

  • Peter Rainer Christian Science Monitor
    Peter Rainer / 10, 17 2017 / Christian Science Monitor

    It's ironic: After all these years of surviving everything that has been thrown at him, James Bond is finally being undone by his own team.

  • Lisa Kennedy Denver Post
    Lisa Kennedy / 10, 14 2017 / Denver Post

    With [this] too-shaken sequel, the Bond market experiences a dip.

  • Bernard Besserglik Hollywood Reporter
    Bernard Besserglik / 10, 09 2017 / Hollywood Reporter

    The chemistry [Anthony Hopkins and Colin Farrell] achieve is a powerful argument for giving Solace its chance on the multiplex circuit.

  • Joe Neumaier New York Daily News
    Joe Neumaier / 10, 13 2017 / New York Daily News

    The result isn't bland, but it's not exactly Bond either.

  • Rick Groen Globe and Mail
    Rick Groen / 10, 13 2017 / Globe and Mail

    A silly spy may be laughable, but a sulking thug is just a bore.

  • Stephanie Zacharek Salon.com
    Stephanie Zacharek / 10, 14 2017 / Salon.com

    Quantum of Solace is best when director Marc Forster allows his star the latitude to explore emotions that, until Craig stepped into the shoes of the character, we didn't know Bond had.

  • Ben Kenigsberg Time Out
    Ben Kenigsberg / 10, 17 2017 / Time Out

    Much has been made of the absence of Bond's signature quips, but there's something else that's absent: interest.

  • Rafer Guzman Newsday
    Rafer Guzman / 10, 13 2017 / Newsday

    The action and eye candy may be worth the ticket price, but this Bond needs to get back to business.

  • Lisa Schwarzbaum Entertainment Weekly
    Lisa Schwarzbaum / 10, 05 2017 / Entertainment Weekly

    I mean it as a cockeyed compliment to the reborn Bond franchise, then, when I say that Quantum of Solace is an unnecessarily cramped arena for such an interesting cat.

  • Tom Maurstad Dallas Morning News
    Tom Maurstad / 10, 14 2017 / Dallas Morning News

    The problems can be traced to a screenplay that is stuffed with internecine plot points and shades-of-gray complexities, but little else: no character-sharpening details and none of the wit and charm that buoyed Casino Royale.

  • Kenneth Turan Los Angeles Times
    Kenneth Turan / 10, 13 2017 / Los Angeles Times

    All dressed up with no particular place to go, this 22nd Bond film tries hard but ends up an underachiever.

  • Christopher Orr The New Republic
    Christopher Orr / 10, 14 2017 / The New Republic

    Mr. White ultimately leads Bond to one Mr. Slate, who in turn leads him to a Mr. Greene. That's right: The global conspiracy this time around isn't SPECTRE, but some rogue wing of the United Colors of Benetton.

  • Wesley Morris Boston Globe
    Wesley Morris / 10, 14 2017 / Boston Globe

    Frankly, Quantum of Solace is just one exasperated dressing down away from being Lethal Weapon 9.

  • Ann Hornaday Washington Post
    Ann Hornaday / 10, 14 2017 / Washington Post

    The Quantum of Solace filmmakers have produced a super-serious, often visually incoherent travelogue of revenge and trumped-up angst.

  • Mark Rahner Seattle Times
    Mark Rahner / 10, 13 2017 / Seattle Times

    Marc Forster seems like a counterintuitive choice to direct an action spectacle. But any doubts I might have had flew out the window and splattered onto the hood of a parked car during an early, hellacious brawl.

  • James Berardinelli ReelViews
    James Berardinelli / 10, 14 2017 / ReelViews

    This is the least satisfying production since The Living Daylights.

  • Stephen Whitty Newark Star-Ledger
    Stephen Whitty / 10, 14 2017 / Newark Star-Ledger

    In the end it's all too fast and too furious - and far too obsessed with exercising its license to thrill.

  • Ray Bennett Hollywood Reporter
    Ray Bennett / 10, 24 2017 / Hollywood Reporter

    [An] all-out thriller with few Bond touches but plenty of high-octane action.

  • Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times
    Roger Ebert / 10, 13 2017 / Chicago Sun-Times

    I repeat: James Bond is not an action hero! Leave the action to your Jason Bournes. This is a swampy old world. The deeper we sink in, the more we need James Bond to stand above it.

  • Michael Phillips Chicago Tribune
    Michael Phillips / 10, 13 2017 / Chicago Tribune

    Not every director is well-suited to Bondland. "There's something horribly efficient about you," Kurylenko says to Craig at one point. The same goes for the film.

  • Derek Elley Variety
    Derek Elley / 10, 24 2017 / Variety

    Stripped of Royale's humor, elegance and reinvented old-school stylishness, Quantum has little left except its plot, which is rudimentary and slightly barmy, in the line of the Roger Moore pics of the '70s and '80s.

  • Dre Rivas Film.com
    Dre Rivas / 10, 02 2017 / Film.com

    Go see Quantum of Solace. Not that you weren't going to anyway.

  • Joe Morgenstern Wall Street Journal
    Joe Morgenstern / 10, 14 2017 / Wall Street Journal

    Quantum of Solace is a model of mediocrity, even though Daniel Craig gives his all to a production that doesn't deserve him.

  • Mick LaSalle San Francisco Chronicle
    Mick LaSalle / 10, 13 2017 / San Francisco Chronicle

    Quantum of Solace benefits from imaginatively conceived action sequences and from a director, Marc Forster, who knows how to film them.

  • Richard Corliss TIME Magazine
    Richard Corliss / 10, 10 2017 / TIME Magazine

    Director Marc Forster turns out to be a natural as the helmer of a high-energy, high-gloss action film.

  • Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Colin Covert / 10, 13 2017 / Minneapolis Star Tribune

    The film makes such headlong leaps of motivation and locale that it would take a master spy to decipher why Bond is going where he goes and doing what he does.

  • Roger Moore Orlando Sentinel
    Roger Moore / 10, 12 2017 / Orlando Sentinel

    It fairly races by, a sexy, sadistic, cruel and crackling thriller that is the shortest Bond film since Goldfinger, and certainly the most brisk.

  • Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer
    Steven Rea / 10, 14 2017 / Philadelphia Inquirer

    Quantum - the 22d 'official' Bond picture, 24th including the rogue Bonds - is never less than engaging.

  • Christy Lemire Associated Press
    Christy Lemire / 10, 10 2017 / Associated Press

    Despite his innate intensity, Craig seems a bit. bored, maybe? Underutilized, despite appearing in nearly every frame of the film.

  • Amy Biancolli Houston Chronicle
    Amy Biancolli / 10, 14 2017 / Houston Chronicle

    If you held up your thumb over Daniel Craig's face and took in the mayhem around him, you'd think you were watching The Bourne Simulation rather than the 22nd (and shortest-ever) ode to Ian Fleming's suave government killer.

  • Ben Lyons At the Movies
    Ben Lyons / 10, 10 2017 / At the Movies

    While charm and a quick wit made Connery the best of the Bonds, it's Craig's brute force and Jackie Chan-style stunts that will come to define this latest reincarnation.

  • David Edelstein New York Magazine/Vulture
    David Edelstein / 10, 10 2017 / New York Magazine/Vulture

    If the staging were as witty as the plotting, Quantum of Solace might have been a corker like Casino Royale.

  • Anthony Lane New Yorker
    Anthony Lane / 10, 10 2017 / New Yorker

    Quantum of Solace is too savage for family entertainment, but, as a study in headlong desperation, it's easier to believe in than many more ponderous films.

  • Robert Wilonsky Village Voice
    Robert Wilonsky / 10, 12 2017 / Village Voice

    If nothing else, there's no need to worry about where Quantum of Solace fits in the Bond pantheon - it's easily one of the worst.

  • Dana Stevens Slate
    Dana Stevens / 10, 14 2017 / Slate

    Forster, a director of upscale tearjerkers, has no feel for action sequences. The big chases, of which there are several, could all be replaced with a title card reading, 'Insert action here'.

  • Tom Long Detroit News
    Tom Long / 10, 13 2017 / Detroit News

    Forster is indeed a fine director, but he's hardly a specialist in action films, and it shows. He can't quite keep things moving fast enough to speed past the absurdity of the premise.

  • Noah Berlatsky Chicago Reader
    Noah Berlatsky / 10, 13 2017 / Chicago Reader

    A few years back, the easy sexism and narcissism of the James Bond series looked dated to the point of obsolescence, but Quantum of Solace proves that a revenge motive is just what's needed to rejuvenate all the Bond cliches.

  • Wally Hammond Time Out
    Wally Hammond / 10, 30 2017 / Time Out

    A slightly disappointing, furiously-paced, hi-tech, slash-and-burn sequel to the more leisurely, luxurious first 'reboot', 'Casino Royale'.

  • Amy Nicholson I.E. Weekly
    Amy Nicholson / 10, 13 2017 / I.E. Weekly

    Forster is elbowing us to agree that the franchise in his reins is just another spectacle.

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