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The Man From U.N.C.L.E., 2015

I wasn’t going to write about The Man From U.N.C.L.E. here, because I felt a little embarrassed at my enthusiasm (my letterboxd review is nothing if not enthusiastic). 716 more words

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Don't Cry UNCLE

The original series “The Man From UNCLE” was supposed to be TV’s answer to James Bond. It did boast some formidable guest stars, including Boris Karloff, Raymond Massey, Steve McQueen, Yvonne de Carlo, and John Carradine, and featured scripts by writers like Robert Towne and Harlan Ellison. 618 more words

Movies & Reviews

Mission Impossible review

Brian De Palma directs the OG Mission Impossible off the existing TV show of the same name, centred on veteran spy and skilled agent Ethan Hunt as a mission goes awry and he sets out to expose a mole among the organization he works for, with himself being a suspect. 451 more words



Kicking off the year of the spy was the surprise hit Kingsmen: The Secret Service ushering in a unique and fun homage to the spy genre with a comic-book flavor dashed on for good measure and then we were give  775 more words


Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation review

Tom Cruise and the IMF return in the latest Mission Impossible outing, directed by Christopher McQuarrie, as agent Ethan Hunt is out to take on the effective shadowy organization the syndicate, the film stars Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Sean Harris, Alec Baldwin. 465 more words


4 reasons why Spectre will be great

Spectre is the latest Daniel Craig (could also be his last) Bond outing and it’s already shaping up to be pretty fantastic from trailers shown so far, we look to be getting elements of a conspiracy thriller this time around, with Bond possibly having ties to the enemy, here are some reasons why I think the film will be great. 398 more words


Mission Impossible II (Review)

Tom Cruise Nails Being A Action Hero!

The Mission Impossible franchise is one of the best in making enjoyable action pact movies. Every movie has an unique style because each director brings a different style to each movie. 634 more words

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