New 4k blu ray releases movie of The Spy Who Dumped Me 2018. Audrey and Morgan, best friends from Los Angeles, suddenly find themselves in the epicenter of an international conspiracy, when the former Audrey speaks to her with a crowd of bloodthirsty killers following on the trail. Surprised by themselves, the girls take up the difficult task of saving the world. Waiting for them is full of dangers – and killers – a spy race across Europe, where on the way they meet a very suspicious, but such a charming British agent… Movie The Spy Who Dumped Me 4K download.
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The Spy Who Threw Me 4K was the second feature film, Susann Vogel.
The first thing the movie captivates is the charming duet Audrey and Morgan (the second name, by the way, is Freeman). The first is an unsure girl who wants to change. Morgan – repulsed to the head (in a good way), but a very kind heroine. Seeing her actions, I want to either laugh or say Âwow!. The duet really harmonizes, the girls perfectly complement each other. But the coolness of the main duo is also a problem. Faceless male characters, including the fateful men. They just do not pull.
The film is, in fact, incredibly simple. Vigorous action, albeit implausible, because the picture we have is not served on serious soup; special effects level; humor is different – simple and cleverer, but, as a rule, to the point. Fortunately, the absurdity of the situation has. Bonus comes ridiculing the clich? of spy movies in general. Pleasant was the fact that it is almost unclear to the end who nv is really Âfor the bad and who is Âfor the good.
A separate word I want to note two things. The first is excellent action scenes in a restaurant and a circus. The second is a large number of shootings in different cities of Europe, itÂs just beautiful.
But the film is far from perfect. The script was written by someone who clearly fit the definition of “they have no brain.” I did not like the unrevealed history of the Russian (?) Acrobat maniacs. Sometimes the stick bends, humor rolls. Sometimes we are attacked with thoughts too in the forehead. Sometimes plot moves emerge with such anguish that even the morgan craziness is hard to justify.
Actors. Another stone in the garden picture. Kate McKinon – well done, pulled the whole movie. Mila Kunis – zero. The entire film frowns and builds a face of a non-understanding gorilla. No emotion at all. Sam Hyuen and Justin Theroux are basically not needed here, their characters are cardboard. Why do we need Gillian Anderson – is unclear. She just occasionally appears in the frame and strictly looks at the heroines.
Thus, ÂThe spy who threw me, in my opinion, deserves a minimum positive assessment. The film is simple, but it will be a pleasure to spend the evening.
6.5 out of 10
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision + HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1
English: Dolby Atmos
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
English SDH, Spanish