A fun sequel that follows firmly in the path set forth by its predecessor, Enola Holmes 2 succeeds by not overcomplicating things or phoning it in.
A rare example of a lighthearted romp that’s as timely as it is amusing, the young adult adventure and mystery Enola Holmes establishes a new cinematic hero just when the world could use it the most.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout finds the high octane and high risk Tom Cruise action franchise on assured, familiar footing, further establishing this now six film long series as one of the most dependable and lovingly crafted bits of Hollywood entertainment in the process.
Somehow director Guy Ritchie really did it. He’s made the sixties look stylish again, and while I’m not eager to try out any of the fashion myself, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. lives in a hip, cool, Cold War reality where spies are back in style, and the United States and Russia really can’t stand each other.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. held its Canadian theatrical premiere in Toronto on Tuesday evening this week, with all four stars–Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer, Alicia Vikander, and Elizabeth Debicki–showing up at the Shangri-La Toronto for a special pre-screening reception, presented by Audi, followed by a red carpet at the Scotiabank Theatre.
The first official image has been released from Zack Snyder’s upcoming Superman reboot, Man of Steel, which stars Stardust actor Henry Cavill as Clark Kent/Superman.