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Foo In the 60&#39;s, the CIA agent Napoleon Solo is assigned to bring the mechanic Gaby Teller from East Berlin to the other side of the wall. Gaby is the daughter of the scientist and American collaborator Udo Teller that defected from German at the end of WWII and now has vanished. They are chased by KGB agent Illya Kuryakin but they succeed to escape. Soon Napoleon Solo&#39;s chief Saunders discloses that Gaby&#39;s uncle Rudi works for the wealthy Alexander and his wife Victoria Vinciguerra and Udo might be secretly building a nuclear weapon for them. Napoleon Solo is forced to team-up with Illya and Gaby and they go to Rome to investigate. In the early 1960s, CIA agent Napoleon Solo and KGB operative Illya Kuryakin participate in a joint mission against a mysterious criminal organization, which is working to proliferate nuclear weapons. &#39;The Man from U.N.C.L.E (United Network Command for Law and Enforcement)&#39; began as a television series, running form 1964 - 1968 – a stylish, sophisticated spy series that in many ways broke the ice for the plethora of offshoots that followed an still imitate). Now along comes (groan) another remake of a fine original – this time altered on every level by Guy Ritchie in an attempt to make it compete with the many and constant spy thrillers that flood both the television and theater screens. Does it work? That depends on the viewer&#39;s history and tolerance.<br/><br/>Ritchie did cast the film with classy actors and that helps. Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer and Alicia Vikander manage to infuse some style into this otherwise heavy-handed caper film.<br/><br/>The story is capsulized as follows: &#39;In the 1960s with the Cold War in play, CIA agent Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill) successfully helps Gaby Teller (Alicia Vikander) defect to West Germany despite the intimidating opposition of KGB agent Illya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer). Later, all three unexpectedly find themselves working together in a joint mission to stop a private criminal organization from using Gaby&#39;s father&#39;s scientific expertise to construct their own nuclear bomb. Through clenched teeth and stylish poise, all three must find a way to cooperate for the sake of world peace, even as they each pursue their own agendas.&#39;<br/><br/>Fill out the cast with such figures as Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Debicki and Sylvester Groth and the style remains intact despite the Guy Ritchie attempts to &#39;modernize&#39; the concept and story line. A bit long - both in the tooth and in length – there are still moments that remind us of how excellent the original truly was. The Man From UNCLE was a long time in coming. Attempts at a revival go back to the 1980s, with nothing, other than a reunion TV movie, ever coming to fruition. Finally, Guy Ritchie delivered a film and it is one that captures the feel of the era. The Man From UNCLE grew out of the spy-fi craze that followed the success of the early James Bond films, and delivered weekly doses of superagents Napoleon Solo and Ilya Kuryakin, along with some amateur, as they matched wits with agents of THRUSH and other baddies. This time out, we get a sort of prequel, as American agent Napoleon Solo finds himself reluctantly working with KGB agent Ilya Kuryakin, as well as amateur Gabby Teller, as they hunt for Teller&#39;s father, a German nuclear scientist, in the hands of neo- Nazis. The film is set firmly in the period and gives us the intrigue of an escape over the Berlin Wall, car chases, brutal fistfights, elaborate gadgets, doublecrosses, exotic locales and everything that was great about the classic Bond films; and, to a lesser extent, UNCLE. Henry Caville and Armie Hammer make a fine duo and the film is a nice blend of humor, action, and intrigue, in the best traditions of UNCLE. No new ground is broken; however, an entertaining film is delivered, especially to those who miss the classic era of Bond films, where things were a bit larger than life.<br/><br/>There are little nods here and there, for fans, as Solo is given a back story derived from such classics as Harry Palmer and David Callan (a crook blackmailed into working for an intelligence agency) and Kuryakin has touches in tribute to David McCallum and the UNCLE reunion film (where Kuryakin had become a fashion designer, after leaving UNCLE). If it has a failure, it&#39;s that the film sometimes buries some great scenes in montages, probably a nod to shorter attention spans of modern audiences. Even that is a minor flaw. My only other quibble is that the UNCLE special is largely buried in a nighttime action sequence, though we get a glimpse, of a different version, at the closing credits.<br/><br/>All in all, this film delivers most of what I have been missing from the newer Bond films and the kind of sprawling adventure I always wanted on the TV series, good as it was. If you are a span of spy- fi, you will enjoy this. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. plays a like a lower key, vintage edition of a “Mission: Impossible” movie. It’s a good movie with a great look. 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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