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Film Review - The Spy Who Dumped Me


“The Spy Who Dumped Me” is a cheeky title parodying 1977’s “The Spy Who Loved Me,” which was Roger Moore’s third and arguably best screen outing as James Bond (and the title of a 1962 Ian Fleming novel). And that’s it for cleverness with this action comedy, which tries very hard to be a blunt instrument of lame gags, screeching performances, and poor direction. For helmer Susanna Fogel, her mission to make a consistently underwhelming movie is a screaming success, as “The Spy Who Dumped Me” never gets going when it comes to funny business or smashmouth pursuits, remaining in a brutal purgatory of limp improvisational volleying and feeble espionage activities. There’s hope with the casting of Kate McKinnon, a wonderfully talented comedian, but this turns out to be her “Corky Romano.”  Read the rest at


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