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Home > The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is a thrilling and stylish spy film released in 2015. Directed by Guy Ritchie, it brings to life the beloved 1960s television series of the same name. Set during the height of the Cold War, the movie follows American agent Napoleon Solo, played by Henry Cavill, and Soviet agent Illya Kuryakin, portrayed by Armie Hammer, as they reluctantly join forces to stop a mysterious criminal organization armed with nuclear weapons.

The film boasts an exceptional cast, including Alicia Vikander as Gaby Teller, a crucial character in their mission, along with Elizabeth Debicki as the enigmatic villain Victoria Vinciguerra. The chemistry between the main actors and the stunning 60s aesthetics make for a captivating and entertaining experience.

If you're intrigued by the exciting world of espionage, you can watch The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of this stylish action-filled flick. You can also find and download the film's sounds here, allowing you to relive the thrilling moments and enjoy the fantastic soundtrack that perfectly complements the movie.

A fresh little unpleasantness has arisen.
A little tired this morning, sir?
A man with that skill set's never wanting for employment.
A priceless lesson was gleaned from his tormentors.
A signal, which enables another missile...
A smart mouth to go with the suit.
A whole page just for you.
A world war.
Adrian.
After we deliver the warhead you so desperately sought...
Ah! But fortunately...
Al, he's more playboy than tycoon.
ALEXANDER [IN ITALIAN]:
Alexander has Gaby and the bomb. They're at the entrance.
ALEXANDER: And how is that?
All our information indicates a lethal combination...
All turned on now?
All we have to do is get over two 20 foot walls and a minefield.
Almost 100.
Alone.
Although he's standing upright, he's completely unconscious.
And at the end of this, that's what they'll want.
And did they make you build the Wall as well as design it?
And for the purpose of the mission, I am.
And grab that belt.
And I believe I can help you with yours.
And I want it to be slow.
And not in black and white, like the others. No.
And now you have Miss Teller. My work here is done.
And remember:
And that he works for you.
And the American your wife has been entertaining is with the CIA.
And the backup.
And their names are Pain and Fear.
And then an immediate left.
And these.
And today, you have the privilege...
And very low tech.
And we both forget about it in the morning.
And what about you? What's your cover?
And why did he call me his woman?
And with a better attitude.
And with three minutes to spare.
And you know from personal experience, this is an area in which we excel.
And you're a little light with your fingers.
And, naturally, you'd introduce him to your beloved Uncle Rudi.
And, uh, meet me back here.
And, uh, what exactly did you do to him?
ANNOUNCER: Alexander Vinciguerra...
Another time, perhaps.
Any blood relation of yours still living will be dead within the year.
Anything in particular, sir, or...?
Are they still following us?
Are we in a rush?
Are you ready?
Aren't you supposed to be a Russian architect?
As souvenir.
Back to how things were.
Because I am now your fiancé.
Because of this boy's apparent shortcomings...
Before we get there...
Beg your pardon.
Beg your pardon.
Believe me.
Between that time and now, it is being held...
But a good German girl knows...
But don't ever make the calamitous error...
But how did you know I was gonna drink the Scotch?
But it's in and out, no mess, so nobody knows we've been here.
But it's missing...
But it's not...
But my shift ends in five minutes.
But not nuclearized. There's no uranium in it.
But now you've lost her, so you need us to help find her and finish the job.
But she...
But we've had a wonderful time. Thank you, Uncle Rudi.
But what interests me, given your profile...
But what the other boys didn't understand about their victim was...
Calm down.
Can you get them on the radio?
Clap.
CO2 laser.
Come in. Just finishing up.
Coming?
Congratulations.
Contessa's a little heavy with the lipstick.
Contrary to what you may think, we are not in the haberdashery business.
Could you have my bag taken to my room, please?
Could you pass me that brown paper bag from my case, please?
Could you please come with me, sir?
Cowboy.
Cowboy's invited us for a drink up, if you'd like.
Da, but a Russian architect would fight.
Damn.
Darling, time to go. Sorry.
Dearest...
Diadema, this is Napoleon Solo.
Did you check everything I asked?
Do as he says.
Do you mind terribly if I borrow your car?
Do you mind?
Does this mean anything to you?
Doesn't get any more Russian than the Red Peril here.
Don't flatter yourself. They follow everybody.
Don't go anywhere.
Don't think this Scotch is helping either.
Don't you make me put you over my knee.
Dr. Teller was on the verge of a breakthrough...
Dr. Udo Teller.
Earlier today...
Either you start to look like you know what you're doing...
Enjoy your coffee.
Entertain me.
Etruscan, isn't it?
Evening, comrade.
Excuse me, sir? Excuse me?
Excuse me.
Expensive feet.
First left, then immediate right.
Follow me.
Follow me.
For a special agent, you're not having a very special day, are you?
Fortunately for this boy...
Funny you should say that, Madame Vinciguerra.
Funny.
GABY: All packed?
GABY: America is teaming up with Russia.
GABY: Darling, I'll be a minute. Now.
GABY: He rear ended a tank.
GABY: I'm sorry.
GABY: Is he gone?
GABY: It's a tracking device.
GABY: Mm.
GABY: Solo!
GABY: We're struggling here.
Gaby.
Gaby.
Gaby. Gaby. Wait.
Gaby's working for you, isn't she?
Generator's back on.
Gentlemen, can you hear me?
Give him the watch!
Give me a minute to explain.
Give my regards to Nina.
Gives us 20 minutes, gentlemen.
Going soft, Peril?
Good evening, gentlemen.
Good evening, Mr. Deveny.
Good question.
Got something for you.
G****?
Grow a spine, Solo.
Had a great job working for the U.S. Nuclear Program...
Handle?
Has he succeeded in enriching the uranium?
Have the jets been cleansed and totally rechecked for size and flow?
He doesn't sound like he needs your help.
He fixed the glitch.
He lives in Italy. Rome.
He tried to bug me.
He was 35.
He was forced to work for them.
He'd been enjoying the American dream.
He'll be out within months.
He'll strike a deal and struggle out of it.
He's also managed to secure a visa for his fiancée.
He's an architect designing a resort for heroes of the Soviet Union by the Black Sea.
He's been in there half an hour.
He's prepared to sell his ass on this, and for that, they'll give him his freedom.
He's probably out there in the woods.
He's trying to stop the car.
Head back to Russia?
Heh. I know your five minutes, Mr. Deveny.
Heh. Pump the brakes, my Russian friend.
Hello again, Mr. Solo.
Hello, Victoria.
Hello, Victoria. I suspect that you're already listening...
Hello?
Hello.
Help yourself to a drink.
Hmm?
Hmm?
Hmm.
Hold on, cowboy.
Hold on!
Hold on.
Hold this.
How did you find Alexander Vinciguerra?
How do you know?
How old were you when he was sent to the Gulag?
How's that for entertainment?
Hug me.
Huh.
I
I am going to bed. Please turn this off.
I apologize it wasn't brought up earlier.
I believe your instructions are to follow me, so...
I can see us having lunch tomorrow.
I concluded it must be...
I didn't ask you to light up half of East Berlin.
I didn't find anything.
I didn't. I laced all the drinks.
I do wonder if it was your father's shame that gave you such drive, though.
I don't even need to know them. Heh.
I don't know what you're upset about. You're not even my fiancé.
I don't like to leave much to chance...
I don't mean your late foster father, the mechanic.
I enjoyed last night.
I gave it everything I had.
I got news for you. He does.
I guess it's business as usual now.
I have a quick errand to run.
I have an idea which might make things quicker.
I have an idea which might make things quicker.
I have to see Waverly.
I haven't finished.
I know my father is here.
I know that the equity of aristocratic blood is not appreciated by most communists.
I know what he said.
I left my jacket in there.
I like this. Yes.
I like to call myself a specialist in complicated acquisitions.
I like to jog.