Very good movie.
This is not a movie with strong female character, this is soft fetish porn for submissive guys.
A surprisingly good movie that is perhaps a tad long, but is still a good spy cold war movie with fight choreography on par with the Bourne movies. Think if 'Hannah' had grown up....
Charlize Theron is brilliant as a triple-agent femme fatale who slaughters elite level spies left and right like lemmings, often in stiletto hooker boots and stockings.
A good cast backs her up, and the pulsing 80's soundtrack make this a treat for the senses.
Silly like a newt after lobotomy. Charlize was cool in Mad Max, where she didn´t look like a cheap whore but like real kickass action heroine. This is exactly the opposite. Totally unbelievable even with consideration the genre. James Bond is over-the-top too but has some humour, so the cheesiness is enterntaining. This is just a cheap, stupid fetish porn with unlikable main character.
These endless 'women kicking ass' movies are getting tiresome. Not only are they totally unrealistic but many of them are nothing more than advertising for the cigarette companies. Sorry, no matter how hard this woman tries to look sexy smoking her brains out, it just doesn't work . bad movie, bad acting and bad story line.
This movie was terrible. Couldn't understand what was going on except the killing until the end. Movie Sucked.
the only thing that saved this movie was the 80s music. too much yip yapping that didn't move the plot along. fell asleep halfway in.
Way past its half-life Batman!
I could only stay interested in the first hour because of the many clips of 80's music.
A typical 'cloak and dagger/spy' flick. One hour in though, it picked up with a few pretty good fight sequences. The ending was supposed to be a shocker I think, but not really.
very good movie
Wait for it to come to TV. Not worth paying money for this one.
Running Time: 115 min.
July 28, 2017
November 14, 2017
based on 248 votes and 93 reviews
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