Tag Archive: espionage

Review: “Kingsman: The Secret Service”

As a sly and self-aware homage to beloved spy films past and present, and as a slick and stylish action thriller with a definite subversive streak, “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is easily the most fun to be had at the box office so far this year.

Review: “Mortdecai”

“Mortdecai” is goofy, over-the-top fun thanks to Johnny Depp and to director David Koepp’s efforts to keep the running gags and physical comedy rolling at a good clip.

Clueless Movie Reviews: “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit”

Tightly-plotted, intense, and intelligent, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is a solid, engaging thriller that can stand alongside the previous film adaptations of Tom Clancy’s espionage novels in terms of quality while also retooling and freshening up the concept for newer audiences.

Clueless Movie Reviews: “RED 2”

Red 2 isn’t quite as much wicked fun as the original, but it’s very, very close, and thus it certainly doesn’t disappoint in terms of both action and laughs.