Stephanie is a single mother with a parenting vlog who befriends Emily, a secretive upper-class woman who has a child at the same elementary school. When Emily goes missing, Stephanie takes it upon herself to investigate.
Five years after her husband and daughter are killed in a senseless act of violence, a woman comes back from self-imposed exile to seek revenge against those responsible and the system that let them go free.
John Gallagher Jr.,
Audrey (Mila Kunis) and Morgan (Kate McKinnon), two thirty-year-old best friends in Los Angeles, are thrust unexpectedly into an international conspiracy when Audrey's ex-boyfriend shows up at their apartment with a team of deadly assassins on his trail. Surprising even themselves, the duo jump into action, on the run throughout Europe from assassins and a suspicious-but-charming British agent, as they hatch a plan to save the world.
Red Sparrow (2018) shot footage in the same Budapest café that was used in "The Spy Who Dumped Me." After "Red Sparrow" finished filming, director Susanna Fogel said that there were plans to tear down the café in order to renovate the building, but they offered to let "The Spy Who Dumped Me" destroy it first. See more »
When they attempt to steal a car from an old couple and then they realize the car has a gear stick, you can clearly see it's a man on the driver seat and that it is man's hand holding the stick. See more »
[going the her boyfriend's stuff]
Really, Drew. Skid-marks on your underwear? What are you, 8? Did he want me to wash them? It that why he broke up with me, because I didn't mother him enough?
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The title appears on-screen after almost 10 minutes and there are no opening credits. The end credits go on for more than eleven minutes, with two sequences shown during them. See more »
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
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