Who is The Best Spy of 2015?

Posted 2015/11/23 5240 0

2015 is a extremely remarkable year for spy movies when there are at least 5 movies made in this genre. Let’s look back and see which spy is your most favourite.


The Most Stylish Spy: Harry Hart (Kingsman: The Secret Service)

Harry Hart has his personally tailored British styled suit with 2 rows of buttons. The tie, the elegant watch, the dark belt and the hand scarf build up the image of a real gentleman. His sophistication is shown through the way he chooses shoes, so meticulously that Oxford and Brogues become the codes between the spies. And “Manners make the man”, who can resist this masculinity?


The Most Interesting Spy: Eggsy Unwin (Kingsman: The Secret Service)

Eggsy is the combination between the couldn’t-give-a-damn attitude of Bond and the wild nature of one who grew up on the streets, which makes the movie interesting. In tough situations, Eggsy always comes up with bold solutions which people who are used to leading a luxurious and comfortable life can barely think of.


The Most Handsome Spy: Napoleon Solo (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.)

Although his acting skill is not completely convincing, Henry Cavill still make viewers satisfied thanks to his looks. A beautiful face, a muscular body, and a classic fashion style, what else can you ask for? Napoleon Solo totally deserves the title of “The Most Handsome Spy of the Year”.


The Most “Serious” Spy: Illya Kuryakin (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.)

Illya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer) is such a serious spy. He insists on Gaby Teller (Alicia Vikander) not wearing flashy clothes or turning on loud music, but he is also extremely kind to  carry her to bed without any intention to take advantages of the situation. Napoleon Solo might make women stunned but Illya Kuryakin is the type of men who make us feel safe and sound.


The Most Daredevil Spy: Ethan Hunt (Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation)

The movie is full of “impossible” stunts, and what surprises us is Tom Cruise, in his 50’s, does not need a stuntman in most of action scenes. Right at the first scene, we see Tom Cruise hanging outside a taking off Airbus. He is also the one who performs the motor race in Morocco. No wonder Paramount backs him for another sequel.


The Funniest Spy: Susan Cooper (Spy)

Melissa McCarthy is one of the most popular Hollywood stars with the famous comedy movies like Bridesmaids, or Identity Thief The Heat. With Spy, she played a successful role. Susan Cooper's character does amuse viewers with not only her appearance, but also her graceful strokes and unconventional situations she had to go through as a spy.


The Most Useless Spy: Rick Ford (Spy)

If you’re already used to seeing Jason Statham coldly defeat hundreds of enemies in action movies, you obviously can not help being surprised when in Spy, he becomes a non-stop talker. Even when we don’t have many chances to see him on the screen in this movie, but he definitely makes us laugh with his monologues talking about his victories with Chuck Norris style, but actually, he is pretty useless and always makes mistakes.


The Most Lady-Killing Spy: James Bond (Spectre)

With a grey suit, classic turtleneck, luxurious Omega watch, and his fascinating gaze, the British spy can easily charm any girl at first sight. This year, Bond continues to win the hearts of 3 beauties (Stephanie Sigman, Monica Bellucci and Léa Seydoux).


The Most Memorable Spy: Rudolf Abel (Bridge of Spies)

A brave man can make enemies scared, but a man of integrity makes them respect. It is the portrait of Rudolf Abel, a true agent in history. Not fighting for saving the world or winning the heart of any lady, Rudolf simply serves his country with loyalty to the death.