Audrey (Mila Kunis) discovers her awful ex Drew (Justin Theroux) is secretly a spy when he shows up at her door with deadly assassins on his tail. Now a target as well, she and her fearless best friend Morgan (Kate McKinnon) must go on the run across Europe. The hapless, untrained pals team up with a British agent (Sam Heughan) who helps them navigate the world of international espionage. Directed and co-written by Susanna Fogel. Gillian Anderson and Hasan Minhaj co-star.~Kaitlin Elise Miller
Agnes BanfalvyJaguar Woman
Laszlo ÁronJaguar Man
Genevieve McCarthyAussie Tourist #2
Tom StourtonEdward Snowden
Roderick HillHairy Man
Olafur Darri OlafssonFinnish Backpacker
Gyula MesterhazyCanadian Ambassador
Attila ArpaSecurity Guard
Tyler BatesComposer (Music Score)
Marc HomesProduction Designer
Alan HookSupervising Art Director
Nic PallaceSupervising Art Director
Stefan SpethArt Director
Erik FeigExecutive Producer
Guy RiedelExecutive Producer
Jason ClothExecutive Producer
Karen LunderExecutive Producer
Paris Kasidokostas LatsisExecutive Producer
Susanna FogelExecutive Producer
Robert WoodruffSet Designer
Alex BovairdCostume Designer
Melinda SandersSet Decorator
Darren WarkentinSound/Sound Designer
David EsparzaSound/Sound Designer
Phil BarrieSound/Sound Designer
Artist RobinsonFirst Assistant Director
Ian J. PutnamFirst Assistant Director
Andrew DeCristofaroSupervising Sound Editor
Anna BehlmerRe-Recording Mixer
Barry H. WaldmanUnit Production Manager
Becky SullivanSupervising Sound Editor
Bill R. DeanSound Effects Editor
Domonkos PardanyiStunts Coordinator
Gary PowellStunts Coordinator
Gigi WilliamsDepartment Head Makeup
Henning MolfenterLine Producer
Jay WilkinsonSound Effects Editor
Joe HettingerProduction Sound Mixer
Karen TriestSound Effects Editor
Mac RuthProduction Sound Mixer
Mark PatersonRe-Recording Mixer
Michael J. PayneSound Effects Editor
Mike UptonUnit Production Manager
Robert BeckerLine Producer
Rodney GuruleProduction Sound Mixer
Skylar GorrellSpecial Effects Coordinator
Tyler BatesMusic Producer
Yves de BonoSpecial Effects Supervisor
Action and Adventure,Comedy
The Spy Who Dumped Me
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray
The Spy Who Dumped Me [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] 
The humor is more dark (with plenty of unapologetic violence) than one would expect in with two traditionally light-hearted actresses starring the film. Most of the humor also won't appeal to the guys as there are a number of crude jokes from a female's perspective. The exaggeration is widespread and plot-line is completely unrealistic (but when did that stop most thriller/action movies), but it's a carefree mindless movie with always brilliant and novel acting by Kate McKinnon. Part of the "problem" with this movie is that our society still has not found a way to accept women as funny the way traditional crude humor is portrayed with male protagonists.
Enjoyable ride, start to finish. Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon had great chemistry and riffed well off each other. Some brilliant comedy and surprisingly well done action. I expected more comedy than action, but they really delivered on the action sequences.
However, this film is R-rated for a reason, so if you dislike profanity, violence, or a little gore then I'd recommend that you steer clear of this film despite the great comedy and action. There is also some male nudity (however brief), which is why I dropped it down to four stars. The "joke" there felt forced and was just unnecessary.
Comedic, but sometimes really disturbing spy movie
I'm not a really big fan of Mila or Kate and this movie is definitely not for everyone. Yes it is funny in some parts, but what really got me was the "gore factor". Watching Mila cut a man's finger off to unlock his phone was a surprise. Scenes such as these are what grabbed my attention the most. I enjoyed this film and if you like comedy and some gore, you should give it a watch.
We liked this spy comedy because it's headed up by one very funny lady (Kate McKinnon) and a steady side-kick (Mila Kunis) who holds her own rather well. This comedy succeeds as well as any male partner movie we've seen recently, but with less testosterone. That will be a problem for some folks. The action sequences are every bit as good and connect well with the comedy.
Comedy: Kate delivers, relentlessly. There are some stretches of dullness, but the movie is consistently funny, because she's rarely not on screen.
Action: No let down here. Although it's not a priority, it is used for comedic effect.
Family night: Be careful here. I seem to recall some scenes that will create some cringe moments.
The movie doesn't forget what it's supposed to deliver: Comedy and Action.
We liked it enough to own it, and we will re-watch it.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Sugar and Spies
Owned for 1 year when reviewed.
Cloak-and-dagger romance as Kate McKinnon and Mila Kunis get sucked into a world of spies and lies, with all the funny you can handle.