The Spy Who Dumped Me Film Review
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What Katy RevIewed Next Audrey has recently been dumped by her boyfriend and he's not been responding to her calls or texts so she figures it's all over. When he calls her out of the blue and then turns up at her apartment, it sets of a chain of espionage, double crosses and weird trapeze fights . Who can Audrey trust - and will she be able to tell a lie in order to save her and her best friend's lives?

The Spy Who Dumped Me

The Spy Who Dumped Me
Overview: Audrey has recently been dumped by her boyfriend and he's not been responding to her calls or texts so she figures it's all over. When he calls her out of the blue and then turns up at her apartment, it sets of a chain of espionage, double crosses and weird trapeze fights . Who can Audrey trust - and will she be able to tell a lie in order to save her and her best friend's lives?
Genre: Comedy, Action
UK Release Date: 22-08-2018
Studio: Lionsgate
Director:  Susanna Fogel
Top-Billed Cast: Mila Kunis Kate McKinnon Justin Theroux Sam Heugha
Running Time: 1hr 57 mins
UK Classification:
Classified 1515
Katy's Score:
81108  (Translation: Great)
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The Spy Who Dumped me centres around Audrey (Mila Kunis) and her madcap friend Morgan (Kate Mckinnon). Audrey’s recently been dumped by her boyfriend Drew (Justin Theroux) who, unbeknown to her, is a spy and has left an important item in her flat for safe-keeping.

Drew makes a surprise return to Audrey’s flat which kicks off an amusing set of events that sees her and Morgan travelling to Europe to fulfill Drew’s mission.

I wasn’t expecting a lot from this film – I had a feeling that all of the best bits had been shown in the trailer and the rest of the film would just be filler around these scenes – how wrong I was!

Kunis shows great comic timing as the downtrodden Audrey who slowly realises that she doesn’t need a man and can cope on her own and Mckinnon is hilarious as the weirdly wacky Morgan.

For a comedy, the film is quite violent so should be avoided by those with a sensitive disposition but the action sequences are well handled and provide laughs in all the right places.

I highly recommend this film – it’s worth the price of admission just to see the trapeze fight scene!