Spooks: The Greater Good (2015) 720p YIFY Movie

Spooks: The Greater Good (2015)

When a terrorist escapes custody during a routine handover, Will Holloway must team with disgraced MI5 Intelligence Chief Harry Pearce to track him down before an imminent terrorist attack on London.

IMDB: 6.23 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.25G
  • Resolution: 1280x540 / 24.000 FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 104
  • IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 10

The Synopsis for Spooks: The Greater Good (2015) 720p

MI5 personnel are caught up in a traffic jam in London while escorting the CIA's most wanted terrorist to an arranged CIA handover point, when he is suddenly rescued by armed men on motorbikes. Harry Pearce, the head of Counter-Terrorism at MI5 is blamed for the terrorist escaping. Especially as Harry disappeared shortly after the incident. An ex-agent, Will Holloway, and protégé of Harry's is recalled by MI5 to assist in finding and bringing Harry in. However Harry has disappeared for a reason. Certain that there is a traitor in a senior position in MI5, he enlists the somewhat reluctant Will to help him in uncovering the rat or rats concerned.


The Director and Players for Spooks: The Greater Good (2015) 720p

[Director]Bharat Nalluri
[Role:]Peter Firth
[Role:]Jennifer Ehle
[Role:]Kit Harington


The Reviews for Spooks: The Greater Good (2015) 720p


Spy GameReviewed byPrismark10Vote: 5/10

Spooks was undoubtedly a riveting espionage drama series for the BBC which never shied away from killing off some of its key cast members. Now four years after its final episode Spooks returns as a feature film for the cinema.

Nothing unusual about this move. I remember in the 1970s the TV show The Sweeney spawned several films for the cinema with the television cast reprising their roles.

With Spooks not many of the television series cast remained so Harry Pearce (Peter Firth) is central to the plot and he is joined here by new cast member Kit Harington who plays a former agent brought in to flush out Harry after a wanted terrorist escapes.

Of course in the cinema this film will compete with Mission Impossible, James Bond and Jason Bourne but with a lower budget and lower wattage stars.

Mission Impossible was a television show re-tooled for the cinema backed by Tom Cruise and the off centre talents of Brian De Palma. Spooks has one of the show's director back for the film but its a plodding style without the flair, style and pacing of the television show. In fact I found it pedestrian despite some international location filming and bigger budget.

The escape part of Qasim looked silly in the first place. A wanted terrorist is being transported and they are stuck in traffic with no police sirens anywhere to shift them all.

The film was decent enough but not a cinematic event. I watched it closely mainly because my brother was an Extra in the film, never spotted him though.

Commercialism hits everything in the endReviewed bykennedyaaronVote: 6/10

I am a humongous fan of the Spooks TV series (MI5 to our American friends) and really got my hopes up when I found out a feature film was coming out as a follow up to the ending of series 10, which did itself need a lot of redeeming.

If you're a fan of gritty British films, and prefer Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy over your run-of-the-mill bullet fest, this film could well be for you. Strong cinematography throughout, and it's clear that this is written - in a way - to honor Spooks and keep it alive, but little things like the set design of the new Grid just ruin the atmosphere that the old Spooks stayed strict to, for a reason. That however was nowhere near as bad as the films "Main" characters. I say "Main" because there weren't really any, just a group of monotone bores, a youthful touch from Kit Harrington (the writer personifies his idea of revitalizing the show) and Peter Firth, stretching his ability to always be the rock of the team to the limit by making him the only life in the movie.

It's amazing that throughout the first 6, maybe 7 series of Spooks, every spectator felt like they were watching a 2 hour film squeezed into an hour slot. Spooks:The Greater Good feels like a 50 minute TV show stretched into 104 minutes, without any added storyline or plot developments.

If you've never watched Spooks, you're mad and you're missing out, but watch this film first. You'll probably like it, it's confident in its approach, strictly realistic and contains a fantastic Peter Firth performance. But once you've done that, go back to Series 1 of Spooks and watch the whole thing. The film won't be so annoying to you that way.

OK, hoping the next one will be even betterReviewed byJim McNeillVote: 7/10

I don't go to see many new movies, but as a fan of the Spooks series I wanted to check out The Greater Good. It has many of the virtues of the series, the ruthlessness of spies against a backdrop of everyday life, credible modern Brit professionals, explosive action on city streets and desperate attempts to avert disaster. I can see why other reviewers are giving it great reviews.

But the movie has a low budget air, that extends unfortunately to the script-writing. The threat isn't that threatening, the betrayals fool no-one, the villain is neither mad or evil enough and apart from seconds each of Berlin and Moscow we get that many London panoramas it could almost be The Apprentice.

The ingredients were all there but the cake didn't rise. Perhaps next time?

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