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An agent goes from behind to the desk to the field on a mission she takes in to her own hands.



Spy (2015, Paul Feig)

Paul Feig is very Paul Feig with his writing and directing this masterpiece. You can tell that he was something to do with Bridesmaids because it had that funny feel with it. 618 more words


Five reasons why I loved the film Spy

In a world where an ageing crow like James Bond can still catch a young worm (worm-an?), a comedic flick like Spy is a real treat for the noggin. 978 more words


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When the thirty-eight-year-old San Francisco doctor meets her new patient, a handsome British expat with the unlikely name of Dylan Cakebread (and an uncanny resemblance to Jude Law), she’s convinced it’s the start of her own relationship novel. 637 more words

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Steampunk Movie Review: "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" (2011)

Awhile back I did a post about the 2009 Sherlock Holmes film, but my site wouldn’t be complete without a review of the 2011 sequel as well. 511 more words


Spy Review

Spy is a movie that is directed by Paul Feig. He also directed other films like Bridesmaids and the Heat. He has proved himself as someone that can direct comedy. 170 more words



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So, this is my first Melissa McCarthy experience. I don’t watch her show and have not seen any of her other movies. I was planning on making her my new Sandra Bullock (before “Gravity,” I had only ever seen her in “Speed”). 312 more words

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