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(163941) 6.7 115 min 2017

Atomic Blonde is a movie starring Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, and John Goodman. An undercover MI6 agent is sent to Berlin during the Cold War to investigate the murder of a fellow agent and recover a missing list of double agents.

Starring
Eddie Marsan, James McAvoy, Charlize Theron, John Goodman
Genres
Action, Thriller
Director
David Leitch

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Action, Thriller
Director David Leitch
Writer Sam Hart, Kurt Johnstad, Antony Johnston
Stars Eddie Marsan, James McAvoy, Charlize Theron, John Goodman
Country Germany, Sweden, USA, Hungary
Also Known As Atomic Blonde: Bez lítosti, Atomine blondine, Atomska blondinka, Atomska plavuša, Atomic Blonde: Agenta sub acoperire, Atomica bionda, Ptzatza atomit, The Coldest City, Blonde atomique, Atómica, Atômica, Atomszőke, Sarışın Bomba, Atomic Blonde - Agente Especial, Plahvatuslik blond, Eksplozīvā blondīne, アトミック・ブロンド, 極凍之城, Điệp Viên Báo Thù
Runtime 1H 55M
Description The crown jewel of Her Majesty's Secret Intelligence Service, Agent Lorraine Broughton (Theron) is equal parts spycraft, sensuality and savagery, willing to deploy any of her skills to stay alive on her impossible mission. Sent alone into Berlin to deliver a priceless dossier out of the destabilized city, she partners with embedded station chief David Percival (James McAvoy) to navigate her way through the deadliest game of spies.

Top reviews

Monday, 06 Apr 2020 12:57

First, I should start by saying that I was really surprised when I went to the cinema to watch the film and found myself loving it. I had the expectation of something very low, but it turned out to be a movie that is far above the average. I have always loved the second of Charlize Theron's movies, but I was actually thinking that she should do more films after this one, and not just this one. Now I have to admit, she still does a great job, but this time the chemistry between her and Brad Pitt was so strong that it made me forget about all the bad things that people were saying about her acting. The movie is not as intense as the first, but the way the plot is organized makes the audience constantly go "Oomph!" The idea of using a key code, being in touch with a virtual reality world, and having a very good, deadly girl that is in constant danger is just too much for most of the audience to handle, but the idea is so good that even if it is not so intense and thrilling as the first, it still delivers enough thrills and action to keep you engaged. The way the film is written and directed by David Mackenzie really gives the film the necessary intensity to make it stand out from other action movies. In addition, the acting from the entire cast is great, especially from the two leads, Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy. In conclusion, I highly recommend this movie, especially if you liked the first one, because it is definitely not for everyone. Also, the Blu-ray release was actually really good, it just has a few deleted scenes, which I thought would be a deal-breaker for me, but it really didn't bother me at all. In summary, I really liked this film, it was certainly not as intense as the first one, but it is definitely not a bad film. The story is interesting and the character interactions are really strong. Also, the fight sequences were extremely intense and realistic. Overall, this film is definitely worth watching, especially if you like the first one. If you liked the first one, I definitely recommend you to see this one as well.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 23:12

In 2014, a woman named Charlotte Findlay (Brittany Murphy) takes a taxi to a meeting with her sister Anna (Charlotte Gainsbourg). There, they are introduced to Angela (Bridget Fonda) and her boyfriend Ben (Edward James Olmos). They are in the process of forming a relationship when Angela tells her sister that she is leaving her husband, Samuel (Tommy Davidson) and is moving to New York City to start a new life. On her way there, she meets with some interesting characters, including the drug-addicted Felix (Ben Mendelsohn) and the homophobic and short-tempered Sam. She also meets the black-market woman Alonzo (Lena Headey) and her drug-dealer boyfriend Vlad (Ben Mendelsohn). All of this takes place in New York City, where she and Anna meet up with several new friends, including a new black-market woman, Vanessa (Bryce Dallas Howard), who takes care of the family business. The girl, who works for the syndicate and has taken a big risk, is asked by the drug dealer to smuggle cocaine out of the city to a customer in the Bahamas. In order to avoid getting caught, Angela and Anna devise a plan to smuggle the cocaine through the airport of Amsterdam, but a plane is forced to land, and the plan backfires. What's more, the drug deal has an unexpected consequence. Meanwhile, Angela and Anna are confronted with more unexpected people, such as the drug-addicted Felix and the homophobic Sam. All of this happens in a seemingly straight city, which is also where the movie takes place. But when you think of it, Charlotte's location really does affect the way she lives her life. In a lot of ways, she is like the protagonist in the movie. She's not a loser. But she's a "blank slate" who can't find a normal life in this new, modern, extremely exciting world she lives in. And for Charlotte, this new world is a place where everyone looks the same, the people speak the same language, the clothes are the same, and the architecture is the same. So, the movie doesn't change her, it just changes the audience. There is a certain moment when Charlotte walks past a group of people dressed as cops, and she realizes that they are police officers, just like her. It was the first time she realized that everything was the same in her life. There is also another part where Charlotte goes to a gay bar and meets a lot of people, including Sam, who is gay. She finds a young man there who tells her about his sexuality and how his father is gay. He tells Charlotte about how he feels and how he has had to hide it because of his father. The young man takes Charlotte to his house and introduces her to a lot of the people in his family. The two of them get to know each other and become friends, and there is a scene where Charlotte is in his basement and Sam is in his apartment, and the two of them are trying to talk to each other. The movie is definitely a very ambitious and ambitious film. The first half is very slow. It's a long movie, and it's very boring. The second half is much faster. It is interesting, and it makes sense to me. The direction is very good. There are some really beautiful shots. The characters are very unique. There are some very interesting performances. It is definitely a movie worth watching. It's a very cerebral, interesting, and well-directed movie. I would definitely recommend it.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 22:34

One thing that makes the first movie in the series so entertaining is the "Mileage" that it gives to the characters. With each movie there is a different character and their experience. There is a darker tone to the series, and I think that this was the only way to carry it on. The movie is set in 1930s, and the villain in this one is a Russian gangster named Pavel Dubovik (Josh Brolin). Dubovik is a guy who wants to become a political agent, but because of his mad ambition he is always bringing about problems for his fellow people. We meet an acquaintance of Dubovik, Louise Mertens (Rosamund Pike). Louise is the secretary for the Czech president. She is an intellectual, and she believes that it is not possible for any politician to act against her country's interests. Her husband is a dentist, who wants to keep his family's dentists. And there is another lady who has a huge influence in this country, the lady who has a penchant for wearing fake teeth. The story of this movie is as far-fetched as possible. I found it hard to believe that a young woman of a country as rich as Czechoslovakia could marry a guy who is only in his 30s. And what is wrong with the protagonist of this movie? We have the secret agent who thinks that all he does is to be an agent. So the movie is hard to believe. But it is a lot of fun to watch. All in all, I liked this movie. It is not perfect, but it is a fun movie to watch. I found it better than the first movie, and that's saying something.


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