It’s the attention to detail that makes the film as jolting as it is
In a similar vein to Kick-Ass, Atomic Blonde is based on a graphic novel with both films utilising this fact brilliantly. 316 more words
The opening credits to David Leitch’s Atomic Blonde boldly announce that this is not the story of the Berlin Wall’s fall – its symbolic destruction instead serving as an apt backdrop for superspy Lorraine Broughton’s (Charlize Theron) misadventures through a hyperreal actioner. 120 more words
Mrs Weale and I are currently ‘home alone’. Number 1 son has just moved into his own flat; Number 2 is in India with his girlfriend for the rest of the month; and our daughter is in Spain, staying with a friend. 903 more words
Directed by: David Leitch.
Starring: Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Toby Jones, Bill Skarsgård.
Plot: At the close of the 1980’s and with The Berlin Wall close to falling, MI6 agent Loraine Broughton is sent to the city to retrieve intel that could unveil evidence of an espionage ring. 496 more words