Atomic Blonde
USA, Germany, Sweden
Thriller, Action, Mystery
IMDB rating:
David Leitch
John Goodman as Emmett Kurzfeld
Martin Angerbauer as East German Guard #2
Roland Møller as Aleksander Bremovych
Bill Skarsgård as Merkel
Sam Hargrave as James Gasciogne
Attila Árpa as East German Guard #1 (as Attila Arpa)
Barbara Sukowa as Coroner
Sofia Boutella as Delphine Lasalle
Til Schweiger as Watchmaker
Toby Jones as Eric Gray
James Faulkner as Chief 'C'
Charlize Theron as Lorraine Broughton
James McAvoy as David Percival
Eddie Marsan as Spyglass
Storyline: 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.
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A third of it was good
A third of this movie contained excellent fight scenes. A third of it was just poorly contrived plot and writing. And the other third were scenes supported by the tobacco lobby group.

This is normally the type of movie I would love, but I really was looking forward to it being over.
Great action movie
I watched this movie not because its appealing title, but because of having Charlize in the main role. I'm a fan of her and I'm not ashamed!

The expectations were not too big, I must honestly say, although the cast is pretty interesting but I had a big surprise! I really enjoyed this movie, from the beginning to the end! Full of very good and credible action, impressive and realistic fighting scenes, a sexy Charlize, good actors and good acting and not to mention surprises till the very and!

I mus say, this is the second very good action movie seen by me this year! I gave it a solid 8, is a very big note for me!
There are good spy movies and there are bad spy movies. A good spy movie is credible and you can immerse in the plot. A bad spy movie is too cryptic or overstretched, like this one. Although I liked the pace and the flow of the action, I felt let down by the lack of character definition. At the end of the show, you are left empty, with little clue of what each character was made of in terms of personal profile or motivation. A typical movie that you watch today and forget everything about it the day after.
I loved the way the movie looked, the neon lights gave a nice and edgy feel to it. I also loved the way the characters dressed and the soundtrack was amazing. I wanted to watch this movie because I'm such a fan of James McAvoy who played Percival. The acting was great but I didn't like Lorraine at all. I don't know if this was due to the directing or the acting. Lorraine talks constantly in a whispering tone to make her seem more cool and mysterious. But it only makes her really distant and I couldn't relate to her at all. This was also because there was just no depth in her character. There was no connection so I didn't care at all about her story. I also didn't like the lesbian sex- scene because it felt like they only did this to make her seem more interesting and, to me, they failed to do that.
Bland spy noir spiced with intense action scenes
Charlize Theron plays Lorraine Broughton, the titular Atomic Blonde, and slips comfortably into her role as a suave, brutal, manipulative super spy. Unfortunately, the film as a whole falls into many of the graphic novel-into-film pitfalls of over-stylised action and undercooked characters.

The film takes place in Berlin as the Wall comes tumbling down and the USSR slowly crumbles with it. Broughton is assigned by MI6 to travel to the German capital to retrieve 'The List' of all double agents in the spy network, and the Stasi agent responsible for leaking it (Eddie Marsan). While there she will make a contact with fellow spy and renegade David Percival (James McAvoy), and sultry French femme Delphine Lasalle (Sofia Boutella).

Atomic Blonde takes a smug pride in a noir genre trope of the plot making less and less sense as the climax edges closer, but what could be a subtle study of murky character motivations at a convulsive time in the spy game instead often feels convoluted and uninvolving.

If the plot of the film leaves something to be desired the setting and action both have their saving graces. Berlin 1989 is a fun place to set a movie, and Atomic Blonde features it all from strait-laced Stasi to underground punk hedonism.

While this is a fully realized environment it never completely integrates into the film, most notably a great 80s soundtrack that feels layered on top with a wink and a nudge. Watching a Russian beat an East German with a skateboard to the sound of '99 Luftballons' is certainly fun, but Atomic Blonde never captures the courage and wit of say Reservoir Dogs use of 'Stuck In The Middle With You'.

Charlize Theron is a solid performer as ever and exudes a charm and intensity whenever she is on screen. Unfortunately, her character feels a little too cryptic to connect with fully, and it's sometimes hard to care for her plight when she seems so uninvested herself.

The hyperactivity of the fight scenes displays some superb choreography (especially in one long take as Theron takes on a pack of KGB agents) but coupled with the film's use of a flashback conceit give Broughton an aura of invincibility that again takes the viewer out.

McAvoy is able to have a little fun, but alas still in a two tone way. Something that could have added a little to both his and Theron's characters is if the sexual tension between the two was explored more fully. As for supporting, Eddie Marsan is great with what he's given, while Toby Jones and John Goodman are spectacularly underutilised (I assume the latter was cast for his role in the classic satire of this genre The Big Lebowski).

I take no shame in calling the lesbian sex scene my undisputed highlight of the film. Theron and Boutella drink up the screen together, and when sparks do fly it is brief but shot so as to visually engage without vulgarity.

This directorial debut from David Leitch certainly shows action film potential. Hopefully, his is a future film career in which the conflict can keep its frenetic pace while presenting the viewer with characters and scenarios they can really care about.
Great music and style; looks and feels good until you think about it.
This movie has one of the best movie soundtracks which greatly suit movie theme!

The movie seems/feels good and stylish. It is filmed in a different/novel style. I would like to warn prospective viewers that it is based on a comic book, so some may not like the style and feel of the movie.

All in all you might like this movie on the surface, but if you think about it, it fails to make sense. Not that it's totally absurd, but there are some serious plot holes/questions which remain. Add to that, plot seems much convoluted/confusing. Not that I hate to apply my brain; I love it, but when somethings don't make sense, it's a negative.
empty movie
Atomic Blonde is Charlize's fantasy how she wants to be noticed by the public. I cannot say she fails, but neither can I say she succeeds. She is a great actress with stunning looks and brains. Her images for Dior perfume are classic and pure class. Charlize is Atomic Blonde, but the movie itself, well, the script is just plain stupid and silly. Basically, each spy is a double agent, there are lots of fight scenes and the movie skips from one encounter to another, and that's it. In other words, this movie is very empty.
Trust is Lethal
A cold war can have rising temperatures. When fighting is no longer televised, it usually runs amuck in the undergrounds. Soldiers trade in uniforms for wires, and ammunition for information. When terrorism hides, spies dance. Loraine waltzes cautiously through a town split by an iron divide. She was sent to extract hard data, but then again maybe she wanted to come here all along.

Loraine has a kiss of death and many suitors. Being a maiden of her own will, she protests aggressively and has the skills to resist. High heels become lethal in her palms, and lipstick doubles as urban camouflage. She is a student of her environment and commissions the most unlikely weapons.

Her partner, David, passes from being reluctant to being obstructive. She acknowledges his handsome operations, but barks at his careful composure. A tedious game of cat and cat ensues, and claw marks rip into each other's confident facades.

Espionage unfolds like a cracking ice sheet on a pond. Very slow all the way until the critical moment, then all the weak points sojourn to the barrier's demise. Loraine watches this deterioration, sunk at the bottom of the pond. She is in the information business, and her competitors have caught all the gossip. Her battered bones attest to brutality of discovering intel a moment too late.

In this foreign pool of entropy, she entwines herself with Delphine, a poet turned informant. Delphine speaks in prose, but observes in stanzas. Rarely enthused, Loraine is tackled by this woman's fearless ignorance. They find themselves wrapped in a mortal coil, a professional love with ulterior motives. Even the purest connection must be scrutinized when your head contains lethal secrets.

Privileged knowledge breeds death. "Top secret" folders are the plagues of elitism. Chairmen look for red flags, but their agents have painted their entire existence red. Uncertainty is a government's biggest fear, and their employees carry out terrorism in the name of obscurity.
Lacks logic, believable characters, a good plot and a good twist
Nothing wrong with the actors performance, really nice to see a middle age woman starring as an action hero (gains 1 king for this); lights, sound and soundtrack are good as well. The storytelling scenario (switching between two scenes is good too.

So what's wrong? Well everything else. The characters are flat, no depth at all, villains are stupid and behave stupid without s reason. The action is somewhat cool but not believable. The story has numerous logical errors. There's no thread moving the story forward, just a bunch of scenes. The result makes me think someone had an idea for a nice setting with a female action hero but they never hired anyone to write a script.
It's hard to find anything worthwhile in this movie
The story is weak and doesn't make sense. There's no special style to it (like, say, John Wick). The protagonist is not charming or sexy (maybe she was ~20 years ago). Laws of physics are ignored but it doesn't bring anything interesting to the table (like, say, Fast & Furious). It's not funny or fun.

It's basically a piece of feminist propaganda. "Men are incompetent and/or crooked, women fix up their mess and are stronger and smarter than them".

Mind you, it's not _terrible_. With all its flaws, its decently done. Sometimes it actually does let Charlize Theron do some sensitive stuff a skilled woman fighter would do against bigger and stronger men (use leverage, weapons...). It has elements of spy movies (everybody betraying everybody else, secret drop points...). It keeps moving, it's not boring. Misandry is actually quite minimal for such a premise.

But, when Theron, a 40ish woman, gets up a second after being hit hard in the head by a trained man twice her size, it all just comes crashing down (like she should have). Or where she says that she basically "manipulated everything from the very beginning" to get the main villain, which is like 10 years younger than her and for it to work out, it would take more than 10 years to set up, so, he was still in high school when she started... you feel like the author(s) of this movie should go back to (high) school before someone lets them make another movie.

About the only way you can like this movie is if you like Charlize Theron kicking ass, or like feminist propaganda movies in general. Otherwise, there's nothing to see here.
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