The Spy Who Dumped Me


Action / Adventure / Comedy

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Mila Kunis as Audrey
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Ólafur Darri Ólafsson as Finnish Backpacker
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995.33 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 57 min
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1.87 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 57 min
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989.98 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 57 min
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1.86 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 57 min
P/S 1 / 7

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Aaron13755 / 10

Just needed to know when to quit.

My wife was picking movies to watch and she asked me if this one would be alright, and I enthusiastically said sure. So what I got for that sure was a movie that started to catch my attention and be somewhat humorous, but then kept going to the point it is the same length as a James Bond film with just as many twists and turns and it becomes less funny as it continues to move forward. Basically, it had an alright concept, but just continued to go on too long making it less and less entertaining as the reason I was enjoying it was the two friends barely making it out of scrapes, not them suddenly becoming badass and upstaging actual spies with years and years of service.

The story has a woman dumped by her boyfriend and as in the title he was a spy. Well, his stuff is still at her and her roommates house and there is something of great importance in his stuff. She soon finds herself being hunted by a multitude of spies and CIA agents as they try to evade capture and deliver the package to the hands of someone in Vienna, Austria.

Mila Kunis and the person playing her best friend are good at first as they do not seem to know what is going on and survival seems like a long shot. However, after they get captured and tortured by the weird gymnast assassin the movie is all downhill to me as it begins running long and too many illogical twists as I am sure an agency would have their agents well vetted and in all likelihood know if one of their agents is working for the other side. That and the girls all of a sudden know how to fight and disguise themselves and such and become almost like agents with no training really drained the comedy from this one.

So, this film had its moments as it was at its funniest when the girls were running from the multitude of agents and such. The funniest part for me the part where they try to commandeer a car only to learn it is a stick. The problem started occurring when the film felt like it had gone on enough and then it kept going, this is a comedy, to me super long comedies become less funny as the edge begins to wear off and I found that the case with this film. Trim about 20 minutes from it and end it more realistically and it might have merited a higher score from me.

Reviewed by kosmasp8 / 10

Women Buddy Comedy

What has worked for men (mostly in the 80s and 90s) in the Buddy Cop movie "genre" (it's not really a genre, but you catch my drift). Now some may feel this is a blast from the past and that either works in favor of the movie or against it. One thing is for sure: It is quite raunchy, as are many other comedies of the same ilk/blueprint.

The chemistry is there and while you may find some things annoying (or Kate's character to be specific),I'd argue all works in favor of the movie. And it is heighten reality, even if it sometimes grounds and stays in reality. So it is a mix of both, a really good one. And some of the stuff is just hillarious. Comedy is alway in the eye of the beholder, so it may differ from your taste - it's still more than well done

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle4 / 10

finding dumb and dumber

Audrey (Mila Kunis) and Morgan (Kate McKinnon) are long-time best friends in L.A. Audrey is still recovering from getting dumped by boyfriend Drew (Justin Theroux). Unbeknownst to her, he's an international superspy.

I hate to point out some of the stupid and illogical plot. Audrey is literally holding the gun that killed two people and somehow the police knew to take away the actual killer. It's a small sample of the illogical writing. That's all immaterial to this movie since most of the issues center on the two female leads. They are not that funny and not really appealing. McKinnon tries her best to be wacky. Kunis' inherent meanness is not being overwritten by her cuteness anymore. She could still be funny if things go wrong for her. A flustered Kunis is funny. There is one scene where the female assassin is ordered to kill the two dumb American girls and she's flummoxed by the plentiful number of idiot girls in her scope. That's who they should be. They should be Dumb and Dumber or Romy and Michele. McKinnon can do it but Kunis can't. The pairing seems wrong. They are not dumb enough to do what their characters are doing. They are also not dumb enough to be funny. A really simple example is the closing credits extra. Normally, they're some of the funniest cuts but not in this case. Most of the comedy is landing flat except for the torture scene. That has a funny back and forth with the female gymnast assassin. The pairing is off in this one.

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