Aug 14, 2015 7:35 PM GMT
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 2015
opens today or so
opens today or so
AMoonHawk saidI remember when I was a little kid,That's amazing! How can you possibly remember such a long time ago?
paulflexes saidAMoonHawk saidI remember when I was a little kid,That's amazing! How can you possibly remember such a long time ago?
DarkWoods saidI saw this tonight and was blown away with how gay it was. Wow. Either they are being totally blatant or have no self awareness.I loved this movie also. I really hope it gets a sequel, because there is more story to tell. They clearly set the ending up for a sequel.I was surprised when I read that it fell short of box office projections. It's a good film.
"In and out, no mess, and in the morning it will be like nothing ever happened."
I read some stuff about the original, and that it was also very gay. Illya was my favorite, his russian accent is very sexy. If only Solo and Illya were actually gay, if the story had just taken that final step, everything is already set for their love story to work. Russia's homophobia and Illyas repression make sense.
Illya and Gaby's relationship is straight bait. The real relationship of the movie is between Solo and Illya, they save each others lives, look at eachother with rainbows literally cast in their field of vision.
In the scene where Gaby is low key throwing herself at Illya, insisting they get drunk, trying to get him to dance with her in the bedroom,
"You cant dance or wont?" Gaby pouts.
"A little bit of both." Illya says nonplussed.
She tackles him to the ground, straddles him, leans closer, all the while he makes no move to kiss her or return her advance, she falls asleep on him. He carries her to bed and she grabs his hand to stay but he leaves. Illya struggles with his homosexual feelings, and goes through the motions of heterosexual romance. Gaby makes herself available, and if Illya really wanted her he could have her, instead she begins to realize even though the mission is over and she no longer plays the role of his fiance she's still a cover as Illya's heterosexuality.