Topic: So many questions
I have written down my disappointment in the quick reviews, but like to specify my critics a bit:
I think, they could have done much more out of the car chase. All the action scenes are cut too fast and you easily loose track.
However I disagree, that there are only action scenes, I even find some slow moments plain boring.
The titles and AWTD are as awful as they can be and when the moment for revenge comes at the end of the movie, they don't even show us 007 sqeezing this guy! Another brilliant chance missed.
Dominic Greene is a weak villain, he did not scare me at all. And 007 villains should not sweat and wear worn-out linnen white shirts! He looks like a tramp and not like an evil villain!
I have so many questions:
Why is Camille tanned, when inside of the building and pale after she walks out?
Why do MI5 send an ordinary staffer to bring 007 back home from Bolivia?
Why is 007 wearing a TF suit in the plane when going to Bolivia?
Why does Fields wear a trench in the warm Bolivia and cowboy boots?
Why does she go to bed with 007? Is it just, because he upgraded their hotels?
Is the truck driver in the car chase a baddie or just a bad driver?
Why does 007 buy the plane to get to the desert hotel by knowing, that they are warned. He has a nice Range Rover to travel the desert without being discovered?
Even Everyone is warned, why can 007 easily walk the hotel roof and intrude the hotel that way?
Why does 007 let Dominic Green in the desert instead of bringing him home to London?
Greene has been found dead with oil in his stomach and 2 bullets. So, Quantum found kim and shot him. So, why did'nt they find 007 with his black Ford SUV? And why does Greene have oil in the stomach AND 2 bullets? Does this mean, if Quantum finds their head dead n the desert, they shoot him just to be sure?
I am sure, that there are more open questions, I must confess, that I did not enjoy the movie very much.
AJBs preserver of dodgy timepieces
President of the 'Tim Dalton Misty-Eyed Fan Club'.
Love you Sir Miles, what's next?