In this spy thriller set in 1989 Berlin, MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) must obtain a stolen list of Western spies while the city around her descends into chaos and revolution. Working with local station chief David Percival (James McAvoy), her pursuit leads her to uncover a much larger conspiracy. Toby Jones, John Goodman, Sofia Boutella, and Eddie Marsan co-star. Directed by David Leitch, Atomic Blonde is based on the graphic novel The Coldest City by Antony Johnston and Sam Hart.~Jack Rodgers
Charlize TheronLorraine Broughton
James McAvoyDavid Percival
John GoodmanCIA Agent
Attila ArpaEast German Guard #1
Tyler BatesComposer (Music Score)
David ScheunemannProduction Designer
Tibor LazarArt Director
Wolfgang MetschanArt Director
David GuillodExecutive Producer
Ethan SmithExecutive Producer
Joe NozemackExecutive Producer
Kurt JohnstadExecutive Producer
Marc SchabergExecutive Producer
Nick MeyerExecutive Producer
Cindy EvansCostume Designer
Mark StoeckingerSound/Sound Designer
Ed CantuSound Mixer
Alan RankinSound Editor
Csilla Blake-HorvathHair Styles
Csilla Blake-HorvathMakeup Supervisor
Ethan SmithUnit Production Manager
Florian HotzStunts Coordinator
Frank A. MontañoRe-Recording Mixer
Fredrik ZanderCo-Executive Producer
Jens JohanssonRe-Recording Mixer
Jens JohanssonSound Effects Editor
Jon TaylorRe-Recording Mixer
Mac RuthProduction Sound Mixer
Mary VernieuCasting Director
Mattias EklundSound Effects Editor
Thomas HuhnSupervising Sound Editor
Timothy J. PedeganaProduction Supervisor
Tyler BatesMusic Producer
Uli NefzerSpecial Effects Supervisor
Zsolt CsutakCasting Director
Action and Adventure,Drama,Thriller
Action Thriller,Paranoid Thriller,Unglamorized Spy Film
Year of Release
SteelBook, Includes Digital Copy, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray, Only @ Best Buy
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray
Atomic Blonde [SteelBook] [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] [Only @ Best Buy] 
Charlize Theron is a spy for MI-6 at the height of the cold war 1980's. Lots of action and rocking 80's music populate this dark (even physically so) espionage tale. People die, there's nudity, foul language, everything that says don't let someone under 16 watch it. The blu ray transfer looks fantastic and the DTS 7.1 channel master audio soundtrack will give your system a workout with music, gunfire and explosions. Hang on, you're in for a ride with this movie!
I love that I have another movie to add to my collection, which the movie came with a steel case, the steel cases are the best. But I expected the movie to be a little better. For movie watchers; it’s movie that I would say you should watch, but it’s not a must see.
This review is from Atomic Blonde [SteelBook] [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] [Only @ Best Buy] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Action Packed Spy Thriller
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
The movie takes place in East Berlin just prior to the collapse of the Eastern/Soviet Bloc. Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) portrays a British MI6 Agent/Assassin who is sent on a covert mission behind the Berlin wall and into a snake pit of intrigue in which not only her mission but her very life depend upon her instincts and training. Agents and representatives of the KGB, MI6 and the CIA are all represented in various capacities. The movie is an action packed ride from start to finish which includes several displays of the martial arts, a car chase, an intimate love scene and some rather unexpected twists and turns. Guaranteed to keep you in your seat to the very end of the movie.
It's not surprising that Atomic Blonde shares a lot of DNA with the similarly excellent John Wick; with David Leitch in the director chair, impressive action choreography and slick, smart camera work, it's easy to think you're getting into a gender bent Cold War Wick film- but I was pleasantly surprised to find that, more than John Wick, it felt like I was watching a James Bond film that finally found a happy middle ground between the camp of the classic Bonds and the melancholy of the modern films.
Charlize Theron stars as Lorraine Broughton, a skilled MI6 agent dispatched to the Berlin Wall days before its inevitable collapse, chasing after a watch containing a list containing details of every Cold War espionage agent and their activities active in Berlin. Theoretically working with fellow MI6 agent David Percival (James McAvoy), the agency's main contact in the city, who has "gone native" in his time under cover- Lorraine quickly realizes that, with a traitor in MI6, and Percival playing his own games, that she can't really trust anyone, and finds herself embroiled in a game of cat and mouse between both sides.
The story can get a little convoluted, and I found myself losing track of who a number of characters actually were- especially among the Soviets, and could have used a bit more Cold War spy tension; but what we do have is excellent, and I was never bored or distracted. The twists are both shocking, and really well executed. Theron continues her streak of playing strong, fun to watch characters that really sells her performance, while McAvoy absolutely steals the show as Percival, whose eccentricities at times seem more rock star than super spy. Unfortunately Sofia Boutella feels like she doesn't really get enough fleshing out or time to shine as french operative Lasalle, and Toby Jones and John Goodman feel somewhat wasted in their roles as Lorraine's MI6 handler and CIA contacts.
Perhaps the greatest stand out is the quality of the action, however. Theron trained extensively to do all the stunts personally, and the effort, much like in John Wick, pays off tremendously- fast, visceral and well choreographed, Atomic Blonde's fight scenes are fantastic, and an extended oner near the film's end is one of my favorite movie fight scenes in a long, long time.
Of the 80 4K movies I now own, this has the best picture quality of the ones that are 4K upscaled (that is not filmed in native 4K). A close second is John Wick II. They were both filmed digitally, but the picture quality and colors in Atomic Blonde just blow me away. It even looks much better than some of my recent purchases that are native 4K such as Bladerunner, Ghostbusters, and Christine. If you are a 4K fan, you must be careful these days because some of the 4K upconverts are no better than the blu-rays. I am trying not to buy any more upscaled 4Ks, but this one was on sale and so I took a chance. Although I did not like this movie the first time I tried to watch it and stopped half way through, this time I watched the whole thing because the picture was consistently jaw dropping, and must say that Charlize Theron was right on a par with Jason Statham and Steve Seagal in this movie.
I Love Charlize Theron, But I Can't Figure Out Which Movie She Is Better In, Mad Max Fury Road Or Atomic Blonde. She Is Great In Both Movies So I Guess I Will Watch Both Movies Back To Back And Then Decide.
Quality control and shipping on this one was awful. It took me 4+ returns over several restocks to finally get one that wasn't scratched up or dented. It looks so much better in hand though and is a good film. Worth the hassle.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
A fun thriller!
Owned for 7 months when reviewed.
Absolutely love this movie. Play this on my ps5. This on a good Oled tv was so amazing. Cant talk about it without spoiling, but the action is great, twists and turns, and an amazing soundtrack.