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The Ipcress File  - Sue Lloyd

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Multiple Oscar-winner Sir Michael Caine stars in the first leading role of his career. He's Harry Palmer a stubbornly insolent sergeant working for the Ministry of Defence who is transferred to an elite counter-intelligence unit.

Palmer is less than thrilled when he finds out he's replacing a murdered agent. But he has no choice other than to take the job when his boss effectively blackmails him with knowledge of his previous indiscretions in Berlin.

Twist follows twist as Palmer and the rest of the unit follow the trail of the missing scientist and when he finds a piece of tape marked Ipcress he suddenly becomes a marked man.

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5.0

Crackin' Caine

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Pros

  • Engaging Characters
  • Entertaining
  • Great Cinematography
  • High Production Value
  • Informative
  • Original

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    Comments about The Ipcress File:

    Michael Caine in the 60s, need I say more?
    This Cold War thriller gives a realistic depiction of the period. It was during that era James Bond emerged as the face of the cinematic spy, a far cry from the likes of Harry Palmer. If you enjoyed both versions of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (TV & Film); I'd strongly suggest taking the time too view this classic.

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    5.0

    Ageless and still relevant

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      Comments about The Ipcress File:

      If your a fan of Michael Caine then this is a must, especialy if you take this film made 50 years ago and compare it to say, Harry Brown.Plus all the other roles he has created. The Ipcress File was radical for it's day, but still works all these years later.

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      Audio: Dolby 2.0
      Barcode: 9332412007225
      Classification: PG (Parental Guidence Recommended)
      Format: DVD
      Language: English
      Number of Discs: 1
      Region: 4 (Australia & New Zealand)
      Released: 11th August 2011
      Running Time: 109 mins