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It's a raunchy little ride...and I absolutely can't get enough!
Did not expect it but I got a bunch of laughs out of this movie.
Kate McKinnon makes this worth it and I always like Mila Kunis too. It's not a bad movie, just nothing too original or exciting.
I enjoyed the movie and had fun watching it but I wanted more from it to take it to the next level
Predictable without any real comedy.
Featuring familiar trappings of spy tropes found in other films of the genre, The Spy Who Dumped Me is nevertheless entertaining thanks to the chemistry of its two leads.
The opening scenes of this movie would have you think it was an action film -- and it is, but it's a convoluted comedy and Kate McKinnon carries the movie as the hilarious best friend, Morgan. She has always been a funny actor on Saturday Night Live, but here, she gets to show her comedic range.
Some of the action is a bit predictable for a buddy comedy, but it works. As an added bonus, Gillian Anderson was amazing as the British (why is she British?) Wendy, bad-ass boss lady.
Honestly one of the funniest films I've seen. McKinnon is the best thing to ever happen to the film industry.
Not as funny as I'd hoped, nor as coherent. Some awesome costumes and actors, though.
Fun movie! Kate McKinnon is gold! Such a fun waych