Sharp suits, gadgets galore and a villain with a vendetta against the world – this is the timeless formula for a sure-fire spy film. Ted’s inviting you to flick through his personal collection of espionage movies that inspired his own secret agent short, Mission Impeccable. So sit back, relax and be sure to keep the popcorn close.
This quintessential Bond film made for a strong starting point – Guy Hamilton’s first 007 flick is littered with now-iconic symbols of style, such as the Aston Martin DB5. Never considered yourself a fan of England’s best-known secret agent? Talk to Ted after two hours with Goldfinger.
The latest from Mission Impeccable executive producer, Guy Ritchie, reboots much-loved sixties TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. with fresh firepower. Ted says – if your sensibilities sit with something more old-fashioned, look no further than this film for a nostalgic thrill.
On the subtler side of espionage flicks lies an adaptation of John le Carré’s murky Cold War novel. Boasting not only a stellar cast, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is also a stunning showpiece that captures the tense era to a T with a moody colour palette and atmospheric lighting.