The Spy Who Dumped Me (2018)
Critic Consensus: The Spy Who Dumped Me isn't the funniest or most inventive spy comedy, but Kate McKinnon remains as compulsively watchable as ever.
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Fans of action blockbusters might pass up what seems a light-hearted comedy - but they'd miss out. This film's action sequences are every inch as bloody and bonkers as those of their male-fronted counterparts.
The problem is that the script, by Fogel and David Iserson...offers zilch in the way of laughs.
McKinnon works well with her co-star Mila Kunis, although as so often in this kind of film, you suspect that they could get more laughs by doing some extended on-camera improvisation.
The Spy Who Dumped Me is a goofy and energetic buddy movie which never manages to be quite as funny as you expect it to be.
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A pretty good team up (Kunis and McKinnon) with pretty good chemistry and a premise to hold our interest through. Somehow though something gets lost ... connection perhaps. Rate this as a spy spoof that achieves "almost". Anyhow, McKinnon STILL is lacking a script that can carry her unique talents. And as for Kunis I understand Bad Moms is the way to go. The guys do the James Bond/action star okay, but fail at the international lover tag. The best gag is the Harvard/Yale graduates riff. And the strongest presence in the whole piece comes from Justine Wachsberger, who's simmer is tantalizing.
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