Action film ‘Argylle’ with Henry Cavill and Samuel L. Jackson in cinemas from today | Movie News

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The new comedy action film Argylle from director Matthew Vaughn can be seen in cinemas from today. The film, starring Henry Cavill, Bryce Dallas Howard and Sam Rockwell, tells the story of a spy named Argylle who suffers from memory loss.

Starting today you can watch the new film in the cinema Argylle from director Matthew Vaugh. In Argylle we follow the story of the world’s greatest spy who suffers from amnesia. He is deceived into believing he is a successful spy novelist. After recovering his memory and deadly skills, he sets out for revenge against the shadowy organization he belonged to, the Division. Armed with his newfound knowledge and fighting skills, Argylle uncovers the hidden intrigues and dark conspiracies within the secret world he once operated in. As he weaves his way through a maze of deceit and danger, Argylle unravels the truth behind his false identity.

Argylle

Argylle is the work of the British director Matthew Vaugh, who you might also know from the world famous Kingsmanseries. He had an impressive cast at his disposal, including roles for Henry Cavill, Bryce Dallas Howard and Sam Rockwell. Other big names to appear are Bryan Cranston, Dua Lipa, Samuel L. Jackson and John Cena. So while the title features an ensemble cast, critics don’t seem particularly impressed with it. For example, only 37% of all reviewers on Rotten Tomatoes are happy with the action film. The ten people who voted for MovieMeter also did not get more than a mediocre 2.65 out of 5.

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Argylle can, as mentioned, be seen on the silver screen from today. Curious what you can expect from it? You can watch the trailer below.

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