The Spy Who Dumped Me
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Full of Bond-style action, witty references, literary allusions, sparkling repartee...I was either honk-laughing, choking with mirth, or grinning like the Cheshire Cat! The laughter in the theatre never stopped, and afterwards, every single person exited smiling! Stay past the credits to watch more! Oh, yeah...Sam is breath-taking.
Comedy meets action but no story line. Snooze
Kate McKinnon deserves better. Until then, she’ll continue to be Hollywood’s most reliable comedy savior, a one-woman circus act on a tightrope, juggling and balancing on one foot, all while holding up lousy studio comedies with her bare hands.
Lines that should be funny are sacrificed to the breathless exigencies of the plot. The movie starts to feel like a slow suffocation.
McKinnon dives head-first into every imbecilic scene, and Kunis stoically pretends to believe her BFF is sentient. But the movie around them is a wreck, and no amount of cloak-and-dagger will keep that secret for long.
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Becoming a spy takes a lot of training and hard work. Getting dumped by one? That’s easy. Assuming said spy doesn’t then show up on your doorstep with a crew of deadly assassins on his tail, of course…
Which is precisely the scenario that Audrey (Mila Kunis) and her best friend Morgan (Kate McKinnon) find themselves in when Audrey’s ex (Justin Theroux) turns up at her apartment unexpectedly. The duo is thrust into the middle of an international conspiracy they are utterly unprepared for, but soon they find themselves on the run across Europe, interacting with charming secret agents, and trying to save the world like pros. Well, semi-pros maybe.
The Spy Who Dumped Me is directed by Susanna Fogel. The cast also includes Gillian Anderson, Hasan Minhaj, Ivanna Sakhno, and Sam Heughan.
- Mila Kunis
- Kate McKinnon
- Justin Theroux
- Gillian Anderson
- Sam Heughan
- Ólafur Darri Ólafsson
- Fred Melamed
- Justine Wachsberger
- Ivanna Sakhno
- Hasan Minhaj
Did You Know?
- Sam Heughan played Roger Moore's son in A Princess for Christmas (2011). Moore played James Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), which this film's title spoofs.
- Although her character dyed her hair black within the movie, Kate McKinnon's wig is visibly separating from her temples during the closeups in her tight rope scene.
- Morgan: Nice boobs.
- Sebastian: Thanks.