Spooks: The Greater Good (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie

Spooks: The Greater Good (2015) 1080p

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: 6.21 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.98G
  • Resolution: 1920x808 / 24.000 FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 104
  • IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 5 / 15

The Synopsis for Spooks: The Greater Good (2015) 1080p

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) 1080p

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


The Reviews for Spooks: The Greater Good (2015) 1080p


More of a TV movie but well made. 5/10Reviewed byleonblackwoodVote: 5/10

Review: I'm really in two minds about this film because I was intrigued about who was the traitor working for the opposite side and I did wonder how they were going to take the terrorist down, so I never lost interest throughout the film. It did feel more like a TV movie than a film for the big screen but it's well put together and the attention to detail in the script was quite good. This complex storyline is about a "Most Wanted" American terrorist leader, Adam Qasim (Elyes Gabel), who escapes from MI5 custody during a routine handover. Harry Pearce (Peter Firth) is the leader of the operation and when Qasim escapes from there custody, he's decommissioned from MI5 and he goes underground to find the dangerous terrorist who plans to bomb various locations in London. He puts his trust in former agent Will Holloway (Kit Harrington) to find the traitor within MI5, who helped Qasim to escape but Will doesn't know if he can trust Harry because his father died during an operation with him. As the story unfolds, Will starts to believe Harry's information but he puts all his efforts into stopping Qasim while Harry is out to expose the traitor. Harry is also being hunted down by MI5 because he has gone rogue, so they try and use Will to bring him into custody but Harry is always 2 steps ahead. With all this going on, they still have to stop Qasim causing havoc in London so there is enough elements going on, which kept this movie interesting throughout. I'm not one that watched any episodes of the series so I didn't know what to expect. I personally wouldn't have used Kit Harrington to play the lead because he lacks emotion and he didn't really have intense screen charisma like Bruce Willis in Die Hard. With that aside, it's full of intense drama and I'm sure that the people who liked the series, won't be disappointed. I personally just found it mediocre but that's not to say that it isn't watchable. Average!

Round-Up: This movie was directed by Bharat Nalluri who brought you films like Crow: Salvation and Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day. He also directed 3 episodes of Hustle, 2 episodes of Life On Mars, 1 episode of Torchwood and 6 episodes of Spooks, so he had first hand experience of the series. I think he put together a decent movie and it was good to see that he used some of the original cast. He obviously chose Kit Harington for the lead because he has become popular since his role as Jon Snow in the Game Of Thrones franchise but I would have taken a gamble with a fresh new face. For his first major release, he must be happy with the reception that the movie received and I'm looking forward to seeing what they will do with other movies for this franchise.?

Budget: N/A Worldwide Gross: $4.7million

I recommend this movie to people who are into their drama/thrillers starring Kit Harington, Tuppence Middleton and Peter Firth. 5/10

Frequently dull and derivative spy romp.Reviewed byAndrew GoldVote: 4/10

Action is a genre that hinges solely on entertainment value. Even if it's a blatantly dumb plot and objectively not that great, something like Machete or Bullet to the Head, you can still have fun watching it and appreciate it for its pure insanity. MI-5 lies on the opposite side of the action spectrum. It tries to be serious and dark and much smarter than it actually is. This sucks the atmosphere dry and leaves you with a bland, brooding, and tasteless thriller with little to no thrills.

The movie starts off with a criminal escort gone wrong and develops into an espionage mission that can only be done by a specific agent who was kicked off the force, Will Holloway played by Kit Harrington. I can't fault any of the actors here because these characters are paper thin. They're just either giving orders or receiving orders or having secrets meetings or reciting some other form of lifeless expository dialogue for a majority of the movie. There's no chemistry between anyone, they have no development whatsoever. It just doesn't look like anyone is having fun. And with a script like that, how can you blame them.

There is a sleek, glossy feel about MI-5, which is one of the few positive things about it. Kit Harrington is a badass in general and it's nice to see him in a modern action setting. Unfortunately, the action in this movie is so scarce and underwhelming, it's hard to even call it an action movie. Instead of exciting action sequences, we're left with cliché double-crosses and triple-crosses and back stabs that no one cares about because none of the characters are engaging in the first place.

MI-5 is kind of like background music. It's not gripping and won't get your adrenaline pumping, but it's quite harmless to have on. It's just completely run-of-the-mill, linear storytelling that takes a page out of every spy book and streamlines it all into a two hour film. Kit Harrington can certainly be an action star, but this is not the proper vehicle to showcase his talents. MI-5 is a miss.

Exciting spy thrillerReviewed byTdSmth5Vote: 9/10

British MI5 is transporting something or someone to hand it over to the CIA. The cargo is Adem Qasim, a Muslim terrorist. The transport gets stuck in traffic. The chopper watching over is sent elsewhere. Suddenly guys on motorcycles and guns arrive. To avoid the death of innocents, all those folks on the road, the guy in charge of the operation, Harry, decides they should just hand over Qasim peacefully even though agent June was ready to defend their position but she was told by her partner not go for her gun. After the terrorists leave, she runs after them, another agent is killed, and the bad guys escape.

That means Harry will have to sacrifice his job and he ends up committing suicide, or does he? Meanwhile a decommissioned former agent in Russia is summoned against his will to help find Harry. Turns out this kid, Will, was removed by Harry from MI5, his father was MI5 as well and Harry's partner, but died under mysterious circumstances.

Sure enough, Harry contacts Will. He wants his help. Earlier we learned that Harry continued to go after Qasim and had an agent in the terror network. But Qasim found out and killed her but he also let Harry know that MI5 is compromised. Harry wants to know the name of the mole and offers Qasim to turn over his wife who is being held by the FSB.

Meanwhile MI5 is terrified that the CIA will take them over(?), which doesn't make a whole lot of sense. And it's not like there's some meaningful difference between these two governments when it comes to "security." At some NATO shindig, one of Qasim's guys blows himself up killing a government-MI5 liaison.

Harry sets up an exciting meet with Will at London Heathrow, while MI5 is monitoring Will and trying to hunt Harry. But Harry sure is something else, easily outwitting everyone.

Eventually Will realizes that MI5 is indeed compromised and he goes somewhat rogue as Harry goes ahead with the offer to exchange Qasim's wife for information. When that fails, Harry has one more offer for Qasim who's actually about to release 15 bombs all over London. But the new offer is more enticing and also a very bold surprise move by Harry. All along the lesson for Will and the newer agents is that you can make good choices or better choices. And some choices aren't without sacrifice.

MI-5 is a pretty exciting intelligence thriller. The story is convoluted but very rich and interesting. There is no shortage of twists and turns and surprises and all loose ends are tied in the end. Of course all this requires that Harry function in god-mode being able to predict everything with accuracy and have everything go his way. The whole meet at the airport was excellent. There are a lots of aerial views of London which is a city well-suited for those images. Some scenes also take place in Berlin and Moscow.

The problem for me was the lack of a central character. Here the duties are split between Harry, who is in the shadows pulling the strings, and Will who can't make up his mind whether he's going to trust Harry or turn him in to MI5. I'm not familiar with the TV series but I take it the casting of Firth was mandatory. A shame because he's better suited as a desk agent than some superagent on the field. Otherwise MI-5 is very strong, no-nonsense thriller.

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