ATOMIC BLONDE – Rated R – 1 hr. 55 mins. 

abl-rtdadv1sheet-rgb-1-5938474674f1c-1

ATOMIC BLONDE – Rated R – 1 hr. 55 mins. 

Starring Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, John Goodwin, Toby Jones and Sofia Boutella 

Director for this go round – but also a Producer & stuntman as well – David Leitch (John Wick / Dead Pool 2) has decided to bring a very Wickesque Fem Fatale to the big screen ~ so settle in boys ~ as this one is going to make all of you very, very happy…THIS IS ATOMIC BLONDE!

As we meet ultra sexy MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron), she is being sent to Germany to retrieve “a list” produced by family man & agent Spyglass (Eddie Marsan), which has fallen into the wrong hands…

When fellow agent David Percival (James McAvoy) continues to fall short in assisting Lorraine at every turn, she finds herself seeking the assistance of the beautiful & mesmerizing Delphine LaSalle (Sofia Boutella), as they “team up” in more ways than one…

With the clock ticking, and every bad guy in Berlin is focusing on the demise of this Atomic Bombshell, Lorraine now finds herself under interrogation from her superiors, as it seems this case, and her mishandling of it, have totally gone awry…

I give ATOMIC BLONDE a rating of MUST SEE ON THE BIG SCREEN ~ Okay, let me give it to you straight… ~ every heterosexual man on the planet is going to want to rush to the theater this weekend to check out Ms. Theron – and they will definitely not be disappointed! Theron is perfectly cast as the femalesque “John Wick”, with just a twinge of 007 thrown in too, just for good measure. She manages to bring forth the moves and charisma of a flawless fem fatale, all while managing to show off all of that God has blessed her with, throughout almost every inch of this film! The only negative for me, as I watched this action-packed thriller play out on screen, was I needed it to move along a little ~ as the first half of it had the pace of snail…taking away a little of its viewing enjoyment for me, but the guys around me at the theater, didn’t seem to mind at all! But, even with that little issue now conveyed, Leitch totally manages to bring an ideal secret agent to life this time around too…making way for this ATOMIC BOMBSHELL to be back on the big screen, in no time at all…

Kathy Kaiser