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All the Queen's Men never capitalizes on its gender-bending conceit, instead relying on low-hanging jokes that never elicit a chuckle. Read critic reviews

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During World War II, the Germans are in possession of a machine called the "Enigma" that transmits and encodes confidential data. American intelligence agent O'Rourke (Matt LeBlanc), along with British agents Johnno (David Birkin) and Archie (James Cosmo), is recruited to procure the device for the Allied powers. There's one problem: The machine is hidden in a Berlin factory where only women work. With the aid of drag queen Tony (Eddie Izzard), the agents break in dressed as women.

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Critic Reviews for All the Queen's Men

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Audience Reviews for All the Queen's Men

  • Nov 17, 2008
    Some amazing acting from Matt LeBlanc and Eddie Izzard in this film which makes the poor script a good film.
    David J Super Reviewer
  • Mar 25, 2008
    If you can get past the incredibly bad beginning, it's actually not too shabby. Well, ok, it is...but Eddie and Udo make it bearable.
    vieras e Super Reviewer
  • Mar 25, 2007
    If you like Eddie Izzard you have to see this film.
    FanGirl B Super Reviewer

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