Two best friends, Audrey and Morgan find themselves unexpectedly caught up in an international conspiracy after Audrey’s ex-boyfriend shows up on their doorstep with a team of deadly assassins coming after him. Springing into action, they find themselves on the run from trained killers and a slick British agent through Europe. The unlikely duo hatch a plan to save the world and once again the world is safe.
The action spy comedy stars Mila Kunis, Kate McKinnon, Justin Theroux and Sam Heughan, with Susanna Fogel in the director’s chair whilst also writing the film alongside David Iserson. The film was produces by Brian Grazer and Erica Huggins with a huge $40 million budget.
Like so many comedies lately, The Spy Who Dumped Me starts well but soon runs out of comedy good enough to make you laugh out loud. The film runs half an hour too long and if not for McKinnon would have been a massive fail.
Reviewed by Riley Hooper