In Like Flint

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"FLINT'S BACK In Action... In Danger... In the Virgin Islands... Where the Bad Guys... Are Girls!"
  • NR
  • 1967
  • 1 hr 54 min
  • 6.1  (6,046)

In Like Flint from 1967 is a spy comedy film that follows the adventures of Derek Flint, a suave and charismatic spy played by James Coburn. This film is the sequel to the 1966 spy parody film Our Man Flint, which also starred Coburn in the lead role. Like its predecessor, In Like Flint is a fun, fast-paced romp that pokes fun at the spy genre while showcasing Coburn's charm and comedic timing.

The film opens with a group of powerful women banding together to take over the world. They are led by the beautiful and cunning Flint look-alike, Helena (Anna Lee), who has created a device that can control the minds of men. Flint is brought out of retirement by the President of the United States (Andrew Duggan) to investigate the situation and stop the nefarious plot.

Flint travels to Paris, where he meets a team of lovely lady spies who have been assigned to work with him. These women are all experts in their respective fields, such as explosives, electronics, and martial arts. Flint is initially skeptical of the women's abilities, but they prove themselves to be tough and capable allies.

As Flint and his team investigate Helena's plan, they uncover a sinister plot involving a deadly virus that threatens to destroy the world's population. Flint races against time to stop Helena and her minions from unleashing the virus, all while dealing with double-crosses, car chases, and shootouts.

Along the way, Flint also finds time for some romantic dalliances, including a steamy encounter with one of the lady spies. He also must contend with his arch-nemesis, a rogue spy named Cramden (Steve Ihnat), who is inexplicably obsessed with Flint and determined to destroy him.

In Like Flint is a fun, frivolous film that doesn't take itself too seriously. It's full of silly music cues, outlandish gadgets, and cheesy special effects. The performances are all broad and exaggerated, with Coburn leading the way with his trademark cool. His Derek Flint is a savvy and sophisticated spy who can outsmart and outfight anyone who stands in his way.

The female characters in the film are also a highlight, with each of the lady spies showing off their unique skills and personalities. Jean Hale, who plays Flint's main love interest, has great chemistry with Coburn and is an excellent match for his debonair charm. Anna Lee is a formidable villain, playing Helena with a mix of seductive charm and cold-blooded calculation.

Overall, In Like Flint is a solid sequel that delivers on the promise of its predecessor. It's a great popcorn film that's perfect for a lazy afternoon. It may not be as memorable as some of the other spy parodies that came out around the same time, such as Casino Royale, but it's still an enjoyable romp that stands the test of time.

In Like Flint is a 1967 action movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 54 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.1.

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    6.1  (6,046)