ByCollins Vincent, writer at
A cynic who's eaten one too many Redvines
Collins Vincent

More Spy-jinks and Hi-jinks are on the way when SPY swoops into theaters.Melissa Mccarthy's new spy comedy looks like it could be what fans of the action-comedy genre have been waiting for.Spy comedies have been very well received as evidenced by the success of kingsman: the secret service.The trailers for SPY have shown quite a bit and so if you don't want to be spoiled then it's best not to watch them.SPY could very well be another cult hit for Melissa and possibly sustain her steady career in Hollywood.

here is the official synopsis for the film:

Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) is an unassuming, desk-bound CIA analyst, and unsung hero behind the agency's most dangerous missions. She is also in love with her partner Bradley Fine (Jude Law). But when he falls off the grid and top agent Rick Ford (Jason Statham) is compromised, Cooper volunteers to go deep undercover to infiltrate the world of deadly arms dealer Rayna Boyanov (Rose Byrne).

SPY seems to be almost like a female james bond spoof with loads of comedic antics and taunting. People familiar with Mccarthy's work already know that she holds no reservations about making fun of herself in her films.Some would say that she seems like a nice person for being able to laugh at herself, and others would still go out of their way to find a reason to dislike her. Mccarthy is usually made fun of because of her weight and is often considered to be one of the banes of hollywood,A list that is constantly being updated by an imaginary scribe. Mccarthy may be laughed at on a regular basis but you have to admire her resolve when it comes to sticking it out .

The film itself will more than likely provide a few laughs here and there with some over the top and over the edge action sequences that are sure to have you laughing and gasping. It definitely helps that the film has action stars like Jude law and Jason statham in the mix so that you watch them do what they do best. Rose Bryne is a surprising addition but she might give you something to laugh about as well.SPY seems to be doing well on rotten tomatoes, but the ultimate test will be the box office.Overall the movie could be a good source of entertainment if you are tired of serious movies or real world tragedies.SPY infiltrates theaters on June 5, 2015.


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