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The Man from U.N.C.L.E. tries to distract from an unremarkable story with charismatic stars and fizzy set pieces, adding up to an uneven action thriller with just enough style to overcome its lack of substance. Read critic reviews
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Jul 23, 2017The movie reboot of the classic spy TV show both benefits and suffers from its director's trademark style. Split screen, odd music choices (which sometimes aim a little too close to Tarantino's style), quirky banter between characters, it all works for some of the scenes. In others it feels like style won over substance and it stops you from getting excited about things. Overall, the film is pretty entertaining and especially the actresses deliver memorable performances. But with Richie a little less jerking off to his own style, this could have been even better.Jens S Super Reviewer
Oct 19, 2016I wasn't really sure how this movie was going to be because it was a pretty hefty flop at the box office. I was very pleasantly surprised. This was a really fun movie. It was a great 1960s Cold War period piece. The action was great and the interaction between Cavill and Hammer seemed to be exactly how these characters actually WOULD react to each other. This movie was really fun but I am fairly sure that the lack of interest at the box office will prevent a sequel which is very unfortunate.Patrick W Super Reviewer
Jun 03, 2016It was... I mean... It was okay. But it's definitely not Guy Ritchie's best. In fact it definitely *is* Guy Ritchie's worst.
Apr 13, 2016http://cinephilecrocodile.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/the-man-fromu.htmlAnthony L Super Reviewer