The Mackintosh Man

The Mackintosh Man

Book - 1991
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He's British Intelligence's man on the inside, the agency's fly on the wall. It's his job to become what he isn't - even a thief and convict - to convie the group he infiltrates that he's one of them.
Publisher: Burbank, Calif. : Warner Home Video, 1991.
ISBN: 9780790703305
Characteristics: 1 videocassette (100 min.) :,sd., col.


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Jul 26, 2018

Good movie, but slow first half hour. Newman is one of the few good actors here, but he's not very dynamic in this one. French woman is a drab actor, reading lines in monotone, but is cast in the crucial part of a Bond girl. Mason, as usual, is a pain to watch and listen to.

Music is absolutely terrible and too loud. Music simply does not fit the style and mood of the movie. Light Mediterranean dance (Greek?) music while deep drama is on the screen. I had to turn down the music at some parts since it made me want to stop watching.

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