The 22nd James Bond film, Quantum of Solace has beenen certified fresh by review website Rotten Tomatoes.
Collecting together various critical reviews, a film is certified ‘fresh’ when it is reviewed by 40 or more Approved Tomatometer Critics (including 5 critics from the Cream of the Crop) that score at least 75% or higher on the Tomatometer. A film remains Certified Fresh unless its Tomatometer falls below 60%. Reserved for the best-reviewed films, the Certified Fresh accolade constitutes a seal of approval, synonymous with quality.
Currently, Quantum of Solace sits at the 71% mark for overall approval, with Rotten Tomatoes offering the following consensus: ‘Brutal and breathless, Quantum Of Solace delivers tender emotions along with frenetic action. Not as good as franchise reboot Casino Royale, but still an impressive entry to the Bond canon.’
Daniel Craig’s 007 debut in Royale won the site’s 2006 Golden Tomato Award for being the best reviewed wide release film of the year. It has an approval rating of 94%.
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