Film Rating: A I recently had a conversation via Facebook with my editor over at The Denver Post’s YourHub, and as we talked about upcoming movies, one of the films that came up was “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.” I’d been excited about it because of the positive word of mouth and amazing cast, but unlike my editor, a fan of the original John le Carré novel and BBC miniseries, I was unfamiliar with the source material. He told me he envied my first exposure to the story, and having now seen Tomas Alfredson’s masterful cinematic adaptation, I see where he was coming from. Going in cold to such a rich story is a real gift. There is so much to discover and explore in “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,” and I had a wonderful time drowning myself in this fascinating universe of British Cold War espionage without any preconceived notions about the story or characters to cloud my vision. This is one of the greatest cinematic treats of 2011, a film I could see becoming one of my go-to favorites as I revisit it again and again in the future.