Anglophile Contest: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Giveaway!

We are collaborating on a contest to give away this awesome prize to one lucky winner to celebrate the opening of the film. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. This awesome prize pack includes:

One (1) winner will receive:

·         T-Shirt

·         Voice Recorder Pen

·         Post-it Note Cube

·         Movie Tie-in Book

·         Soundtrack

·         Luxury Chess Set

Prizing values: $85.00

Giveaway provided by Focus Features

The film opens nation wide on January 6th. The film is based on the bestselling novel by John le Carré. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy stars, Gary Oldman, Benedict Cumberbatch, David Dencik, Colin Firth, Stephen Graham, Tom Hardy, Ciarán Hinds, John Hurt, Toby Jones, Mark Strong. The film is sure to be a hit. If you would like to learn more about the film or see where it is playing near you, check out their website. You can also follow the film on Facebook.

If you would like to enter the contest please leave a comment telling us what your favorite spy film is and you will automatically be entered to win this cool prize pack.

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  1. avatarMegan M. says

    I like the Jason Bourne series, but I’m also a fan of Cars 2 – if that qualifies as a proper spy film 😉

  2. avatarBrian Rhodes says

    The Day of the Jackal (1973) with Edward Fox.

    A fantastic cat and mouse chase to catch the Jackal before he assassinates French President Charles de Gaulle. Brilliant stuff, not full of special effects just great acting and intense suspense.

    They don’t make’m like that anymore.

  3. avatarTrish says

    At the moment it’s Caprice with Doris Day. Spy spoof tale at it’s wackiest 60s finest.

  4. avatarGarry Jantzen says

    The 39 Steps (1978) version with Robert Powell – much, MUCH closer to the book than the butchered Hitchcock version (1935).

  5. avatarEileen Brokaw says

    The Spy Who Came in From the Cold. It captures the dark hopelessness of Le Carre’s world. The Manchurian Candidate (the original) is a close, close second.

  6. avatarAllen says

    “Goldfinger” is still the gold standard, although the original “Tinker Tailor” was great as well!

  7. avatarAmanda says

    I agree with many of those already named, but I’ll pick “No Way Out” with Kevin Costner. I haven’t watched it recently to see if it still holds up, but I was a big fan of it as a kid.

  8. avatarArt says

    Michael Caine as Harry Palmer in “The Ipcress File” 1965
    Real spies did not use gadgets back then…


  9. avatarLisa says

    My favorite spy movie is 39 Steps with Rupert Penry-Jones, and not just from his role on Spooks but it did inspire me to pick up the movie.

  10. avatarnigel says

    my Favorite spy movie is “The Good Shepherd” because it’s about when the CIA started it’s a great movie.I just saw “Tinker,Tailor,Soldier,Spy” it’s a really good movie but you should see it at least 2 times because theres alot going on in the movie and you miss some the first time.

  11. avatarEtta says

    Most of those mentioned are noticable. Eye of the Needle (1981) with Donald Sutherland and Kate Nelligan has always been my favorite.

  12. avatarMargot Core says

    I think my current favorite spy film is another film sourced from a novel by John le Carré, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold (1965).

  13. avatarMike Chapman says

    I don’t know if the original miniseries with Alec Guinness qualifies or not but that is one of my all-time favorites.