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Whereas the Bourne films' fight coordinator Jeff Imada explicitly drew from the Filipino art of Kali and the Chinese art of Wing Chun in order to give a realistic presentation of fighting, the choreographer for Quantum of Solace clearly uses a blend of various arts and reality-based self-defense systems. In the movie, Bond mostly uses concepts found in reality-based systems like Krav Maga, Kapap, Haganah, and Systema. This is evidenced when he instinctually and intelligently uses anything within reach to fight in the hotel in Haiti (he grabs a vase, a shoe, etc.). This is also evidenced when he fights Greene, using his forearms to protect himself while closing in to disarm the opponent, and when he uses any and all parts of his body to beat the agents in the elevator (even while he's cuffed). Also in evidence are concepts used in arts like Aikido and Chin-na. A perfect example is when Bond disarms the man in the hotel by trapping his arm and bending his wrist (a joint lock). Arts like Krav Maga, Kapap, Haganah, Systema, Aikido, Chin-na, Kali, and even Wing Chun are the most frequently used/practiced/borrowed from by "secret agents" and other people whose jobs require them to be able to fight in closed quarters and go up against armed opponents. Arts like Krav Maga are frequently taught to police officers and soldiers, and field agents frequently use joint-locking concepts found in Aikido and Chin-na.
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Before I tell you how to use gernades, you'll have to know which control sheme you're using. You can always go to the options menu to change the control sheme to the Wii Zappe…r or the Wii remote with the nunchuck. If you are NOT using the Wii Zapper, you can though them by clicking the bottom button on the + button. Once clicked, aim and shake the nunchuck. If you ARE using the Wii Zapper, all you have to do is aim and click the bottom button on the control +.
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Daniel Craig's bond uses Krav Maga, which is a synthesis of Judo and Boxing.
If you are referring to the canyon scenes... This information was taken from: http://airplanepilot.blogspot.com/2008/12/quantum-of-solace.html "I can't complain ab…out airplanes in this movie though, as the best scene in the movie was a good long segment of aerial combat with Bond in a DC-3 versus the bad guy in a Marchetti. The DC-3 mainly gets shot up, trying to evade its pursuer with some low canyon flying, which was real."
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If you mean the film then there is no specific reason relating to it. It was originally one of Ian Fleming's first Bond books, it was quite a short novel and was rather popula…r at the time. However after Dr. No came out it was quickly forgotten. The title to this book was simply reused as the one for the film (possibly, at least in my opinion, because the film had no plot of any sort to attach a title to) Hope this helps. Or, it could be related to the meaning of the words: quantum meaning a specific measurement and solace meaning to comfort or console. The woman who Bond was in love with died at the end of Casino Royale and because of the circumstances, he was both upset and angry. It makes perfect sense to call this movie that.
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