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The Spy Who Dumped Me | Review


The Spy Who Dumped Me – likely conceived title first – opens like a typical post-Bourne thriller and segues into familiar spoofing territory. Two fish-out-of-water heroines flounder across Europe, from set piece to set piece, screaming and flapping all the way. If the script, by director Susanna Fogel and co-writer David Iserson, leaves something to be desired, you’d be hard pressed to notice thanks to likeable central performances from a well-paired Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon. A pity, then, that they’re not quite enough.

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