After being dumped by her boyfriend who is a spy, a woman and her friend become embroiled in a conspiracy. 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.
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Movie Reviews: “The Spy Who Dumped Me”
Movie Review: fox19
This film doesn’t quite come together as it should, it has all of the spy hijinks, and the action, and its a little over the top with the action in some scenes.
Movie Review: THE TIMES
We’ve all been there. Your boyfriend (Justin Theroux) breaks up with you by text, then turns out to be a spy and embroils you (Mila Kunis) and your best friend (Kate McKinnon) on a hapless amateur-espionage tour of Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam and Prague.
Susanna Fogel’s comedy thriller looks decent on paper, with a genuinely likable central pair. Kunis has proved as Meg in Family Guy that she has comic timing in abundance, while McKinnon was easily the funniest thing about the Ghostbusters remake. They have chemistry too, even though their dynamic — smoking-hot lead (Kunis) plus kooky yet asexual BFF (McKinnon) — is hardly groundbreaking.
Movie Review: The Guardian
It’s pretty much impossible for Kate McKinnon to dip below a basic level of funny, and her presence keeps the fizz in this spy spoof action-comedy from the director and co-writer Susanna Fogel. McKinnon works well with her co-star Mila Kunis, although as so often in this kind of film, you suspect that they could get more laughs by doing some extended on-camera improvisation. Well, that isn’t how the genre works.
Kunis plays Audrey, distraught because she has been heartlessly dumped via text by her boyfriend Drew (Justin Theroux), who is, quite without Audrey knowing it, a secret agent. Her mercurial and intensely loyal best friend, Morgan (McKinnon), comforts her in such an empowering way that the two of them wind up on a chaotic but kickass spy adventure that takes them all over Europe, crashing cars and butting heads in Vienna, Paris, and Berlin.