I was expecting a lot from Guy Ritchie with this adaptation of 'Man from Uncle' and as usual he was able to deliver. I was fortunate enough to catch a sneak preview of this movie and I would rank this in the top of my list of Must see summer movies. With the Screenplay written by Guy Ritchie and Lionel Wigram they were able to transform the original Television series into a full length movie which is the beginning of a great franchise and with Guy Ritchie directing it was sure to be an awesome movie in my opinion. The film is set in the early 1960's where we are introduced to Napoleon Solo played by (Henry Cavil) who runs into KGB operative Illya Kuryakin played by (Armie Hammer) and let's just say it is definitely a cold war between these two. They are both on a mission to make contact with Gaby played by (Alicia Vikander) whose Uncle and Father are somehow involved in a mysterious criminal organization, which is working to proliferate nuclear weapons. Unfortunately for them they have higher powers to answer to and they are forced to work together to stop said criminal organization. Working deep undercover the three work to infiltrate the crimal organization through Gaby's Uncle and in true Guy Ritchie fashion there are twists and turns that keep you guessing and on your toes till the end. A great story line with lots of action mixed with some comedic undertones mix that in with a impeccable clothing and a little sexual tension and you have yourself a highly entertaining movie. I will be watching this again and waiting for the announcement of the sequel!