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From the get-go, "The Spy Who Dumped Me," a Kate McKinnon-Mila Kunis buddy spy comedy, has two things going for it.More importantly, the film has McKinnon, whose comedic brilliance on "Saturday Night Live" has yet to find the perfect big-screen vehicle. There's nothing wrong with trying to be a hard-knuckle action film and a goofy comedy all at once, but here that effort results in moments of occasionally stunning violence that simply don't mesh with the lighthearted vibe the filmmakers seek elsewhere.Cut back to the USA, where Audrey (Kunis), a sweet, self-effacing store clerk, is celebrating her 30th birthday and trying to forget that jerk Drew dumped her via text message.So, how do Audrey and Morgan become a dynamic duo of globetrotting, butt-kicking spies?The often bloody, sometimes fondue-soaked adventure takes Audrey and Morgan to a series of scenic European capitals.It's also funny when, during a high-speed car chase, Morgan suggests to Audrey that it's self-defeating to use the turn signal.Isn't that the whole point – both for Morgan, and for McKinnon?
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