Casino Royale was awesome. The villian was creepy and dangerous. The "Bond Girl", Vesper Lynn was beautiful, mysterious, charming and elegant. She was full of emotion, story, thoughtfulness and she truly had sexual tension and chemistry with Bond. The action of this movie was fast paced, and had a strong feeling of urgency with each scene.
Quantom of Solace. Emotionless. There were too many "chase scenes" that were too short to have any feeling of urgency or 'danger'. The actress who played the "Bond Girl", I completely forgot her name. She was completely dry throughout the whole movie. Her parents were killed or something by some fat guy. The Villian in this Bond Movie was a pussy. That is the most defining word for him. Pussy.
This Villian is not dangerous. He's just some rich dude who works for some secret organization that's trying to take over the world. But that is lightly touched upon. I'm sure that there was a CIA understory, but that was so underplayed, you'd forget that there was a story for those characters at all.
Actually, there were quite a few characters that were used but then forgotten about.
And this evil organization trying to take over the world? You wouldn't even know that they were there.
I'm sure the movie would have been much better if there was "no bond girl". The movie departs from some sort of "core storyline" that would have been interesting and instead chases the "Bond Girl's" storyline instead and offers her a resolution but not really.
Ah, Bad guy dies in a pitiful way. And a resolution to the first movie's storyline was touched upon, but was completely unsatisfying.
I give it 12 stars out of 100.