Atomic Blonde


Action / Adventure / Mystery / Thriller

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Bill Skarsgård Photo
Bill Skarsgård as Merkel
Sofia Boutella Photo
Sofia Boutella as Delphine Lasalle
Charlize Theron Photo
Charlize Theron as Lorraine Broughton
James McAvoy Photo
James McAvoy as David Percival
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838.99 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 55 min
P/S 1 / 28
1.74 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 55 min
P/S 11 / 91

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Holt3449 / 10

Atomic Blonde is a a great spy thriller set in the Cold War and an incredible action film

Atomic Blonde revolves around a spy who has to find a list of double agents that is being smuggled into the West on the eve of the collapse of the Berlin Wall in 1989. The film is directed by David Leitch and is written by Kurt Johnstad. You might recognize David Leitch from co-directing John Wick and serving as a stunt coordinator. Having him making his solo directional debut was something I looked forward to and he didn't disappoint. He brought a new story with a different protagonist and made something different but yet keeping the same quality. Charlize Theron was born to play this role, the dramatic part and the action part of the performance, she nailed it as Lorraine Broughton who are a top-level MI6 field agent. James McAvoy portrays David Percival, a maverick MI6 Berlin station chief who is assigned to assist Lorraine in her mission whilst John Goodman portrays Emmett Kurzfeld, a senior CIA agent working with MI6. The supporting cast has names like Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella, Roland Møller and Toby Jones. Charlize Theron served as a co-producer alongside starring in the lead role, a role which she trained alongside Keanu Reeves and a couple of trainers to be able to do the stunt work necessary for the role. Both Charlize Theron and James McAvoy are terrific in this film, their performances are quite mesmerizing and they totally make their spy characters believable.

Atomic Blonde is a stylistic action film with great looking sets and impressive costumes, cinematography is on point and so is the musical score and soundtrack. The editing and pacing is surprisingly excellent. They managed to edit an action sequence that was numerous of shots into a one take and that sequence was superb, truly entertaining, raw and realistic. It's the fight scenes that count - and they're astonishingly good, from a mano-a-mano beatdown involving Theron's stiletto heel and a thug's jugular vein to a climactic free-for-all in a swanky hotel suite where 99 Luftballons scores every gunshot and gut-punch. There's lots of sequences that you will love and Charlize Theron does a terrific job with it. Atomic Blonde is a spy thriller as much as it's an action film, overall a great film. I recommend it.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca6 / 10

Generally good, although the music's intrusive

ATOMIC BLONDE is a generally well-made and fine-looking Cold War action thriller, featuring a now-hot Charlize Theron in the titular role as a female agent modelled on James Bond. She indulges in some passionate sex and attempts to pick her way through a murky conspiracy, battling and beating up henchmen at every turn. The film was made by one of the JOHN WICK directors and features a string of violent set-pieces which possess good cinematography and choreography. My main complaint lies with the lazy soundtrack, which plays loud, '80s era pop songs over all of the big scenes. I love '80s music but it's done intrusively here and is a lazy way of transmitting emotion. The good news is that, towards the end of the film, there's a lengthy tracking-shot fight scene which dispenses with the music altogether and is the highlight of the movie, a violent and frenetic bit of filmmaking which is worth the admission alone. The film is guity of going through the motions a bit, but the action makes it a worthwhile watch.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

terrific stylish muddle

It's 1989 in the days before the fall of the Berlin wall. British agent Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) is sent in to retrieve a list of agents. David Percival (James McAvoy) is her contact. Delphine Lasalle (Sofia Boutella) becomes her lover. After the mission, she is debriefed by CIA Emmett Kurzfeld (John Goodman) and MI6 Eric Gray (Toby Jones).

There is the music, the action, and the lesbian sex. I love the hose fight. There is such great intensity. The car chase is also right up there. This movie has great sequences. The story itself is a muddle of unknowable characters and simplistic plot devices. The biggest sin is the flashforward debriefing scene. It takes away the danger and it also grinds down the pacing. It should have been done straight up timeline. This could have been a fun spy romp but the storytelling is so jumbo that I stopped caring about the plot or the characters.

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