Quotes - Quantum of Solace

Bond: Name check, Dominic Greene. G-R-E-E-N-E.
Tanner: Might need a little more than that… there are a lot of Dominic Greenes. Do you have a social security number or a passport number?
Bond: No.

Leiter: Regimes change once a week down here, Medrano is no dirtier than the next guy.
Bond: Ah, you see that's what I like about US Intelligence, you'll lie down with anybody.
Leiter: Including you, buddy.

Bond: Take a breath, you've got one shot, make it count.

Medrano: My country is not some fly-speck in the middle of the Caribbean.

Leiter: [to Bond] I heard a rumour you'd gone native.

M: If you could avoid killing every possible lead, it would be deeply appreciated.

Mathis: Would you like a sleeping pill? Pain pill? I have pills for everything.

Leiter: What can I tell you? There's no such thing as a free lunch.


Greene: We have already begun destabilizing the government. We'll provide the private security we'll pay off the right officials and we have 26 countries ready to recognize your new Bolivian government. You want your country back? Our organsiation can give it to you within a week.

M: When someone says that they have people everywhere, you expect it to be hyperbole. Lots of people say that. Florists use that expression. It doesn't mean that they have people in the bloody room.

Bond: [on the phone to Tanner] Slate was a dead end.
Tanner: He says it was a dead end.
M: Damn! He killed him.

Leiter: You know who Greene is and you want to put us in bed with him?
Beam: You're right, we should just deal with nice people.

Tanner: We've IDed the pictures, Gregor Karorkoff, former minister, now owns most of the mines in Siberia. Moishi Sarof, former Mossad, now Telecom giant and Guy Hanes, special envoy to the Prime Minister. There's one more thing - it appears Bond shot Hanes' bodyguard - threw him off a roof.

Mathis: When one is young it seems so very easy to distinguish between right and wrong. But as one gets older it becomes more difficult, the villains and the heroes get all mixed up.


Bond: [gesturing to Fields into the bedroom] I can't seem to find the stationary.

M: Who the hell is this organisation Bond? How can they be everywhere and we know nothing about them!

Bond: [to the Canadian agent] Corinne, I suggest you leave now. You contact your people, and you tell them to check their seals. They have a leak.

Camille: [observing that they are being followed] Friend of yours?
Bond: I don't have any friends.

Mathis: [after meeting Fields] I think she has handcuffs...
Bond: You hope so!

Greene: Did you know El Montes?
Medrano: A very powerful man in his day. He had a beautiful Russian wife.
Greene: His daughter works for me… or, did.
Medrano: She's lovely. But I don't see the resemblance.
Greene: Why don't you consider her something to sweeten the deal? Just promise me to drop her over the side when you're done.

Bond: [tossing Greene a can of oil] I'd give it 10 miles before you consider drinking that.

Fields: If you attempt to flee I will arrest you, drop you off at the jail and take you to the plane in chains, understand?

Greene: My friends call me Dominic.
Bond: I'm sure they do.

Bond: You see, they've forgotten you already.
Mathis: You're just saying that to hurt me.

Bond: I need a passport and matching credit card.
Mathis: Have MI6 run out of plastic?


Bond: How long have I got?
Leiter: Thirty seconds.
Bond: Well, that doesn't leave us very much time, does it?

M: You said you weren't motivated by revenge.
Bond: I'm motivated by my duty.

Bond: In a few minutes you are going to get a phone call; would you mind telling them I've gone to Cairo.

M: It'd be a pretty cold bastard who didn't want revenge for someone he loved.

Bond: [checking Fields into a five star hotel] Hello, we're teachers on sabbatical and we've just won the lottery.

Mathis: What is he drinking?
Barman: Three measures of Gordons, one of Vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet - which is not vermouth - shaken well over ice and garnished with a thin, long slice of lemon peal. Six of them.
Bond: They're good, you should try one.

Bond: This man and I have some unfinished business.

Greene: [to Medrano] If the current president had not been so defiant then I would not be dealing with you. So if you do not sign, you will wake up with your balls in your mouth and your replacement standing over you. If you doubt that, shoot me, take that money and have a good night.


Fields: My name's Fields and I'm from the Consulate.
Bond: Of course you are.

Greene: You two do make the perfect couple, you are, what's the expression, damaged goods!

[last lines]
M: Bond, I need you back.
Bond: I never left.