>it's like james bond they said
>you'll have fun watching it they said
if you wanted a fun movie that was like James Bond you should have watched Man From UNCLE
>killing off the only likeable character in the movie after the church scene
I'm still upset
It's a really fun movie. "Like James Bond" isn't true, though, unless by that they mean "it has spies in it" in which case the movies Spy Kids and Hoodwinked are also "like James Bond."
"Fun" is a tricky word when it comes to movie recommendations.
So was it any good?
>you should see it
You didn't answer the question
>it was fun
>I dunno, it was just a fun movie
Fun for who?
>what do you mean
Like, would it be fun for Charlie Sheen? Or fun for Peggy, the 42 year old obese spinster secretary who lines her cubicle walls with cat pictures and snipped Cathy comics?
>just see the movie man. I didn't feel like I got ripped off, you just need to turn your brain off
Oh, so it IS Peggy's brand of fun
This is one of those rare movies that came outta nowhere and kicked my ass.
The fight scenes are fun to watch and it preys on your perception of the spy movie genre. Plus watching Colin Firth be totally badass is fking surreal.
As much as I loved this movie I felt like way too much time was spent on the training.
We never saw anybody get trained in the movies it parodied, so why now? Solid 10/10 after the church scene though.
If you need someone to break down every aspect of a movie because you can't wrap your head around the word 'fun', then don't go see the movie. You're shitty personality will only get in the way of enjoying it.
In almost every possible way it felt like Spy Kids for adults. One of the worst movies I've seen in a long time, but not irredeemably bad.