I really like the action scenes, but I feel like plot wise, not a lot happens in the movie and by the end, I felt underwhelmed and thought they could have done a lot more with the story, and built tow...
"Atomic Blonde ... is a poppy, punk-rock take on the genre by fight choreographer-turned-director David Leitch (John Wick). Itís Berlin, 1989. Depeche Mode and New Order dominate the airwaves...
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Rarely have I seen an action spy-thriller be so bland; dragging itself across the floor instead of doing so with the several henchmen that drench the floor - hench, theres a lot of violence here too, but blood nor body count can wholeheartedly save this pulse-less story.
The plot being rife with double-crosses and shifting loyalties definitely reflects the flaw that ultimately compromises Atomic Blonde - for a film that screams style over substance, it definitely wants to spend a significant amount of time on the substance.