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Foo 1963, the height of the Cold War. In an unlikely alliance, a CIA agent, Napoleon Solo and KGB agent, Illya Kuryakin, band together to save the world from nuclear disaster. A top nuclear scientist, formerly employed by the US, has gone missing. It is suspected his brother has kidnapped him to work on a nuclear bomb. Solo and Kuryakin accompany the scientist&#39;s daughter, Gaby, to Rome, as this is where her uncle is based. The idea is to covertly investigate his company and, hopefully, find the scientist and the bomb. Things aren&#39;t all plain sailing though. This is heightened by the fact that Solo and Kuryakin aren&#39;t sure they can trust each other and, to some extent, still regard each other as enemies. Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer play two secret agents in post World War 2 Germany on opposite sides forced to work together with the help of a girl to stop her lost father from creating a nuclear weapon for a secret organization holding him against his will. This is the kind of movie that would make you want to watch it again and again just to revisit some of the amazing scenes and the way the story is told. A comedy with twists and actually a very good story. What I enjoyed the most about this movie is the way scenes are used to sometimes give unnecessary long shots to unimportant parts and swiftly showing you what action is taking place in various parts. Its not bad, the way they are stitched together keeps your mood light the entire time and you get an occasional laugh at some silly situations. Acting is great, I don&#39;t make a fuss about acting unless it is exceptionally bad, here the actors portray the character&#39;s personality quiet well considering the challenges involved regarding one of the lead roles I must say I shall be waiting to see if it has some sequel. It&#39;s 1963. German nuclear scientist Dr. Udo Teller had been working for the Americans when he disappeared. CIA agent Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill) crosses over to East Germany and brings back Teller&#39;s daughter Gaby (Alicia Vikander) escaping from KGB agent Illya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer). The two agents are ordered to join forces to find Udo who could be developing a bomb beyond the control of either side. The Vinciguerras siblings and Teller&#39;s brother Uncle Rudi are suspected. Gaby and Kuryakin pretend to be engaged. They encounter Alexander Waverly (Hugh Grant) who turns out to be a British agent.<br/><br/>Guy Ritchie infused this with a light tone and a very cool style. However, it isn&#39;t exciting enough and the two guys are too similar. Cavill and Hammer are both pretty and do stoic acting. They are not exactly the same but they are not different enough. They don&#39;t have enough combative chemistry. Vikander is most engaging of the trio. The story is paper thin for an espionage movie. Compared to others of its genre, this is a simple A to B movie. There is one twist that isn&#39;t terribly twisty. Ritchie seems much more interested with the style than the material. That also goes for the action. In one of the big action scenes, Cavill literally takes a picnic break while Hammer is in a shootout at a corner of the screen. It&#39;s trying to be cool when I need it to be exciting. This is too cool for its own good and I also need better energy from the trio. This new Man from U.N.C.L.E. would be an instant masterpiece if it were consistently as good as its best parts, but even as a hit-and-miss affair, it’s a bracing bit of late-summer fun for anyone who has given up the notion of a major studio offering anything truly revelatory until at least October. The film is based on the television series of the same name that ran on NBC from 1964 to &#39;68. The series was an espionage adventure about two secret agents, Napoleon Solo (<a href="/name/nm0001816/">Robert Vaughn</a>) and Illya Kuryakin (<a href="/name/nm0564724/">David McCallum</a>) who worked for an organization named the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement (U.N.C.L.E.) The series was different from most other spy series of the time in that the agents were not acting on behalf of any country or government, but a private organization that was dedicated to fighting crime and evildoers. This was evidenced by the fact that the two agents on the series were an American (Solo) and a Russian (Kuryakin) working together during the Cold War. Their primary antagonist was a criminal network known as THRUSH which was dedicated to taking over the world. No. No, but some extra information about some of the characters are shown during the credits. See here or here for more information. a5c7b9f00b

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