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A desk-bound CIA analyst volunteers to go undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer, and prevent diabolical global disaster.
Susan Cooper is an unassuming, deskbound CIA analyst, and the unsung hero behind the Agency's most dangerous missions. But when her partner falls off the grid and another top agent is compromised, she volunteers to go deep undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer, and prevent a global crisis.
Thank god! Finally, a funny comedy released in 2015.
Spy is the perfect middle ground of the crazy antics we expect from Melissa McCarthy thanks to Bridesmaids but in a completely toned down and palatable kind of way.
A homely desk bound techy named Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) is the eyes, ears and brains for CIA special agent Bradley Fine (Jude Law), whom she also happens to be smitten with. When the identities of operatives are compromised and a nuke is on the market about to bought by a dangerous bidder, Cooper is taken from the desk and put on the field.
In reality, the success of Spy must be attributed to its writer, director and brain behind the film, Paul Feig. And to the brains behind the casting of this film, who could not be more perfect for the roles they play.
The tone of Spy is quite unique. Not quite satire as much as zany happenings thrown into a caper plot, it is the perfect blend of parodied humor rooted in a clear knowledge of the espionage genre. The jokes are unexpected and vibrant, utilizing the physical humor of McCarthy and the unexpected comedy of its other stars: Jason Statham, Rose Byrne and Jude Law.
Feig must have a magic talent at direction because at no point does Spy feel to be too much, a common complaint we have for recent comedies released for the mass public. Gross-out jokes and overly long punch lines are in scarce supply, instead Spy is fast and banter oriented.
We had incredibly low expectations for the film and long jumped off the Melissa McCarthy bandwagon. Which is why we can't stress our pleasant surprise enough. Perhaps the secret is the hilarious Miranda Hart, who should become her full time counterpart in all future films.
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Watching Melissa McCarthy growing into the role of one of the best comedians working today has been both pleasurable and painful. After toiling away in minor film and television roles since the late 1990s, she finally broke through at the beginning of this decade with her hit TV sitcom "Mike & Molly" and her role in "Bridesmaids". Unfortunately, breaking through doesn't guarantee a steady stream of on-screen successes. McCarthy graduated to leading roles, but the movies ranged from profitable (if not critically acclaimed) to universally panned. Just look at the list of her 2013 and 2014 films: "Identity Thief", "The Hangover Part III", "The Heat", "Tammy" and "St. Vincent". That's only a two-year span, but includes five releases with big differences in profitability and in quality – both in the film and in her performances. That brings us to "Spy" (R, 2:00). With that film being her only live-action 2015 release – and then as many as four films (including the "Ghostbusters" reboot) coming out in 2016, McCarthy had a lot riding on "Spy".
In this film, McCarthy plays Susan Cooper, a very talented, but put-upon CIA analyst. She works in the basement of CIA Headquarters, providing real-time intel to agents in the field – including one very special agent, Bradley Fine (Jude Law). Cooper would like to be more than the voice in Fine's earpiece but can't come right out and say it, and Fine readily acknowledges that he wouldn't be as successful without Cooper, but that's the extent of their relationship. When arms dealer Tihomir Boyanov (Raad Rawi) dies before Fine can find out where Boyanov has hidden a stolen nuke, and Fine is himself taken out by Boyanov's daughter, Rayna (Rose Byrne), who also reveals that she knows the names of all of the CIA's field agents, Cooper offers to go after Rayna – to complete Fine's mission, and maybe avenge him.
Nothing's easy for Cooper in her new role. She's given new identities and clothing that "the company" thinks fits her persona, but it all results in an endless string of personal humiliations and jokes at the expense of our intrepid hero. In fact, it seems that almost no one thinks she's up to the challenge. She meets with skepticism from her boss, Deputy Director Elaine Crocker (Allison Janey), with disregard from field agent Karen Walker (Morena Baccarin) and with unmasked contempt by super-agent Rick Ford (Jason Statham). Ford opposes Cooper's enhanced status so strongly that he resigns in protest, goes rogue and insists on following Cooper on her mission.
That mission is simply to keep track of Rayna and her most likely buyer, Sergio De Luca (Bobby Cannavale), to "observe and report". But when the CIA's plan goes awry, Cooper has to improvise. She dusts off the skills she gained in her initial training and proves that she can handle the field. Cooper's mission takes her from Washington D.C. to Paris to Rome and to Bulgaria. Through it all, she has the support and encouragement of fellow analyst Nancy Artingstall (Miranda Hart), but also has to endure the lecherous advances of overseas CIA contractor Aldo (Peter Serafinowicz) and the constant interference of Ford, who is hurting her efforts more than helping them. Of course, this being a spy movie, the story contains numerous surprises, twists and turns, and double-crosses. And, this being a spy movie of the comedy variety, hijinks and humor are plentiful and include various jokes, crudities, misunderstandings, sight gags and a lot of funny moments based in McCarthy's trademark self-deprecation.
"Spy" is an above-average comedy which makes good use of its stars, settings and set-up. Covert ops proves to be fertile ground for plot points, humor and, of course, some gorgeous scenery. The fish-out-of-water conceit works well in the hands of McCarthy, who seems to get funnier with every film. It's always great seeing serious dramatic actors like Law and Statham bring the funny by playing extreme or off-beat versions of the characters that made them famous. It's also fun to see actors who worked together in previous projects reunite – like McCarthy and Byrne (2011's "Bridesmaids") and real-life couple Byrne and Cannavale appearing together in a third film in less than a year (after autumn 2014's "Annie" and spring 2015's "Adult Beginners"). Each member of the cast has great moments – including Britain's Serafinowicz, making the most of his biggest American film role to date. The story is somewhat predictable, but most of the jokes hit their mark and the humor is well-balanced in type and tone. Director Paul Feig, who has helmed two previous Melissa McCarthy movies ("Bridesmaids" and "The Heat") also wrote this one. The result is a script with a good story and clever dialog, complimented by line delivery and physical comedy from a very talented cast, along with consistent and well-paced directing. "A-"
The supporting cast is a kick. Law gets to send up the Bond role, something he could very well have played in his younger days; Allison Janney fills her boots as the angry head of the agency and Statham, frankly, should only ever play this role for the rest of his life.
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