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Is Argylle worth watching?
The talk of the town ‘Argylle’ is finally released for the US audience, today. The spy-action thriller is all set to give you lots of chills in your spine and a roller coaster of emotional jumps. The movie starring Henry Cavill as the spy Argylle looks quite intriguing but the critics have a different take on the movie.
The movie is set to hit the theatres on February 2 for the public but critics have already saloured the Aryglle essence. They have given their verdict on Cavill’s movie. The movie seems to irritate the critics with the over-the-top glitterati. Leading entertainment portals like THR give their review as inspiration from James Bond movies, on the other hand, Rotten Tomatoes has given a 39% rating shocking the fans.
Big news portals The Guardians, The Rolling Stones, and BBC called it SHOCKING when Matthew Vaughn knows to impress his fans. Looks like the aspect of a perfect spy-triller seemed mundane to the movie critics. Fans are now confused to even think that Henry Cavill’s so-much-hyped movie is about to hit rock bottom in numbers.
After careful consideration from the critics, looks like fans have become hesitant to see the movie but still want to see the movie; without any bias.
A fan wrote, ‘Won’t judge by RT trash website…’ Another fan wrote,’ Since Man of Steel had the same score I will watch.’ A user wrote,’ I think we should collectively abolish rotten tomatoes..’ Another user said, ‘Damn, is it that bad?.’
Damn,,is it that bad?????— Tom (@Tindaa96) January 31, 2024
I think we should collectively abolish rotten tomatoes.— oh captain my captain (@theli0nsr0ar) January 31, 2024
Since man of steel had the same score I will watch— John (@John565735) January 31, 2024
Won't judge by RT trash website.— Manoj Mathews #ReleaseTheAyerCut (@ManojVMathews) January 31, 2024
Talking about the movie ‘Argylle’, Bryce Dallas Howard and John Cena co-star alongside Dua Lipa and Henry Cavill. A novelist, during a visit to her hometown, encounters a man revealed to be a spy. To her surprise, she discovers that the detective fiction character, Argylle, from her acclaimed book, is based on a real mission and an actual undercover agent named Argylle.