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A desk-bound CIA analyst volunteers to go undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer, and prevent diabolical global disaster.... (Full plot summary below)

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A desk-bound CIA analyst volunteers to go undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer, and prevent diabolical global disaster.

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Daily Mirror (UK) - 10/10 by David EdwardsI confidently predict this will be the funniest film of 2015.
Village Voice - 10/10 by Amy NicholsonIt's a comedy of exasperation where, for once, the joke isn't on McCarthy, but on everyone who can't see her skills.
Rip It Up - 9/10 by David 'Mad Dog' BradleyAnother wildly elaborate parody of the James Bond school of action/espionage/world-threatening thriller, Spy is naturally undone by its gratuitous violence, meaningless potty-mouth and the wild overacting of top-billed Melissa McCarthy.
Cinema Sight - 9/10 by Wesley LovellA fun feminist spy comedy with wonderfully outlandish events and fascinating examinations of the genre.
Illinois Times - 9/10 by Charles KoplinskiTwo Sides of McCarthy on Display in Hilarious "Spy."
Quad City Times (Davenport, IA) - 9/10 by Linda CookWhen a movie delivers a laugh a minute during its two-hour running time, you're getting a lot of comedic bang for your buck.
The Young Folks - 9/10 by Jon EspinoIn a surprising performance, Melissa McCarthy breaks through her typical crass, ball-busting character shell and gives us a peek at her true range.
Deadline Hollywood Daily - 9/10 by Pete HammondFor my money SPY is the funniest film so far this year. I can't recall laughing out loud this much in a long time. Paul Feig has the magic touch when it comes these kinds of movies - and that is no small feat.
Creative Loafing - 9/10 by Matt BrunsonAll of the performers beautifully play off McCarthy and her often hapless, often heroic character, particularly Byrne and Statham. And like Kingsman: The Secret Service, the film derives a good amount of mileage out of upending spy-flick conventions.
NPR - 9/10 by Bob MondelloFeig's cheerfully feminist script makes only as much sense as it absolutely must, while providing McCarthy with chances to crack wise, show vulnerability and class, and do some of the more elegant pratfalls you'll have seen in a while.

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