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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Mark Commode's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

  2. Lyeekha's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    A calm, wry watch, and nice to see the classic people suave-ing around, but doesn't have much actual interest

  3. Steve G.'s rating of the film Our Man in Havana

  4. Kevin Matthews's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    Alec Guinness gives yet another great performance in this cinematic adaptation of a Graham Greene novel that provides laughs, tension, and a look at the contorted positions many people will get themselves into rather than allow themselves to be majorly embarrassed. Another classic from director Carol Reed.

  5. McOpinionated's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    oh, it's a satirical comedy? Nice surprise, and mostly excellent. It's aged well. The daughter and her "boyfriend" are very weak points now though, not to mention the central character (her father)'s approach to their "romance".

  6. Superfrog's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    Pleasant to watch but without much of an aftertaste except for the puns and the realistic description of the consequences of depending on unverifiable intelligence.

  7. 'king Harold's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

  8. Farès Moussa's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    Admittedly, it indeed has a great cast and superb cinematography (which seems to dazzle most reviewers), BUT it is one of the most slow, tedious, cynical films you might ever watch about one very unlikeable man's spineless and selfish opportunism. Not tense, not funny, not mysterious. -perhaps it just failed the test of time? If you're after a film with a similar plot, try Boorman's "The Tailor of Panama" (2001).

  9. Trickstian Shantih's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    Guinness. Probably the best pale ale in the British world.

  10. Beatrice Lorenzini's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    E Jim Wormold va ad aggiungersi alla mia schiera di inetti del cuore.

  11. Howard Orr's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    Greene and Reed team up again after the glorious "The Third Man". But for all its sinister camera angles and wry dialogue, this later effort lacks the spark of that impish Mr. Welles lurking in the shadows. Without Harry Lime's counting the costs of people-as-ants, the buffoonery and cheapness of a second-rate spy's adventures meander...to a merely droll conclusion.

  12. AKFilmFan's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    An underrated Carol Reed film full of political intrigue, a comedic attitude, and a wonderfully understated performance by Guinness. Though not the perfect film as The Third Man is, this mixed bag of genres has nice nighttime cinematography & Burl Ives' existential doctor to help things out.

  13. Laura De Noves's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    It's true that this isn't the most energetic of films, but perhaps this is a parallel to it being filmed on location in Havana? I find the lack of pace refreshing when films are constantly blurring through their own stories these days... The man and woman staring at each other and eating an apple at the start is a good example. Why does it take so long? We don't know, but we're glad it did. Funny too...

  14. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    One of the great unheralded movies. Full of so much that is so good...from Alec Guiness's wicked performance to the mere presence of the likes of Ernie Kovacks, Burl Ives and Noel Coward!! And Maureen O'Hara is simply striking.

  15. Stu Witmer's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    Saw this again yesterday. It was funnier than I had remembered. Still not great, but very dry humor. Despite the fact that it was shot on location in Cuba and the presence of Burl Ives & Ernie Kovacs in the (wonderful) cast, there was zero cigar smoking! I'm also embarrassed that I lost a bet by mistaking Noel Coward for Michael Hordern! Will I ever live it down!?

  16. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Our Man in Havana

    Tongue-in-cheek British espionage thriller is somewhat disappointing considering it's written by Graham Green and directed by Carol Reed. The convoluted plot is smart and amusing, there are strong performances from an all-star cast, and Reed makes excellent use of his widescreen frame with excellent cinematography by Oswald Morris but the film lacks an overall energy that keeps it from being the classic it should be.