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Weekly Edition - Published 29 August 2015


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Film Review:- "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."
Review written by Dasha Ibrajeva

THE Man From U.N.C.L.E. is very stylish and incredibly tasty movie with beautiful actors, outstanding humour and elegant plot twists, and most importantly; it works as a perfect antidepressant! So, if for any reason you are feeling down or just wishing to enjoy your time and get charged with positive emotions, this film is exactly what your doctor would prescribe.

The movie brings us back to the early 60's, when a roguish American secret agent, Napoleon Solo, (Henry Cavill) is forced to team up with a severe KGB agent, Illya Kuryakin, (Armie Hammer), to save the world from a mysterious organisation. That's pretty much the whole story! You might ask me what is so outstanding in it then. My answer will contain just 2 words:- "Guy Ritchie"! This guy has a talent to create a masterpiece from simple and ordinary things, and his latest movie:- "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." is another great example that proves it.

The 1st thing that catches your eye whilst watching the movie is its elegance and style. Vintage furniture, motorbikes, clothes, hairstyles, wine; all that gives you indescribable taste of retro and allows you to be a part of this beautiful era! Special thanks go to the talented, English composer, Daniel Pemberton, whose musical accompaniment is beyond any praises.

Another thing that I'd like to highlight is that subtle and unobtrusive humour, which is so characteristic in Guy Ritchie's movies. It is not trivial and always comes to the right time and the right place, which only adds some unique charm to the film.

The 3rd important component of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is its casting. I know that many film critics couldn't accept the fact that the main roles went to Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer, and were still imagining how cool it would be to see George Clooney or Tom Cruise in the movie. Personally, I was very happy to see fresh faces and really think that the film only benefited from it. Just look at this lovely Cavill Hammer duo, both of them are so handsome, so sporty, so funny; the lively role of Alicia Vikander? I simply fell in love with her.

Summing up, it was definitely 1 of the best movies I have seen this year! 2 hours flew like a minute, leaving me with a pleasant aftertaste and excellent mood! It is, without a doubt, a "Must See" movie for everyone, so what are you waiting? Run to the nearest cinema and get your own 2 hours of pleasure!

"The Man From U.N.C.L.E."  = 5 out of 5

UK Rating:- 12a Due to moderate action violence.)
Director by:- Guy Ritchie
Running time:- 1hr 56mins
Story by:- Sam Rolfe
Screenplay:- Scott Z. Burns, David C. Wilson
Cast members:- Alicia Vikander, Hugh Grant, Henry Cavill


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