The Man From U.N.C.L.E. opens with a stylized newsreel depicting the rising tensions between the Communist East and Democratic West during the height of the Cold War, and a world that seemed to teeter on the edge of nuclear apocalypse. It then spends the next two hours depicting it as a funky good time. And it just works. I am a little late to the game in reviewing this film, which gives me the benefit of seeing other reviews as well as audience reaction to the film before jumping in and giving my take, which is essentially that they took this shit way too seriously. But my position on this is good, because I can safely tell you to ignore whatever they say – this movie is great if you have a general idea of the spy genre and its history and the right expectations, all stuff I will now go over with you. The basic plot of U.N.C.L.E. is a big Italian company with family ties to the Italian Fascists of World War II are looking to develop a nuclear bomb. The situation becomes a time crisis and in a last ditch effort, the American C.I.A. and Soviet K.G.B…. Read full this story
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