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The crown jewel of Her Majesty's Secret Intelligence Service, Agent Lorraine Broughton (Theron) is equal parts spycraft, sensuality and savagery, willing to deploy any of her skills to stay alive on her impossible mission. Sent alone into Berlin to deliver a priceless dossier out of the destabilized city, she partners with embedded station chief David Percival (James McAvoy) to navigate her way through the deadliest game of spies.

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Atomic Blonde (2017) download

Atomic Blonde (2017) download

Atomic Blonde (2017) download


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eurodanceaddict 11 months ago

Dmanchon is an idiot. Don't pay attention to his pseudo-intellectual anti-80s diatribe. This movie was thoroughly entertaining, fast paced and riveting. Charlize holds this movie together in a classy, powerful way.

coolatheart 11 months ago

Charlize has never been sexier in her life. Almost all the action sequences are done by her. It took her 5 years to get this movie made. The story is an easy flow. I loved this movie. Fun, sexy, full of action scenes. One thing for sure, Charlize knows how to smoke.

Michael O'Keefe 11 months ago

This high octane action thriller directed by David Leitch surely gives the bang for the buck. A British agent is murdered in 1989 Berlin. Fellow MI6 agent, Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron), is assigned to investigate and strongly advised to locate and retrieve a list of double agents carried by the murdered agent. In order to do so she will be working with Berlin officials while the Cold War wanes. Broughton will also be forced to work with another spy, David Percival (James McAvoy), and there are major trust issues. More than enough brutal fight scenes and car chases to keep you flinching. And the much talked about lesbian sex sequences with Theron and agent Delphine (Sofia Boutella) are super hot, but brief! As the story progresses, there will be twists and turns as the very bruised Broughton relives what took place on her mission.Theron, whether she did her own stunts or not, was tremendously believable. The cast also features: John Goodman, Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan, Bill Skarsgard, Johannes Haukur Johannesson and James Faulkner.

Macromeda 11 months ago

Great upload A: 10/10 V: 10/10

Movie: 7/10

pilot234 11 months ago

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zero-to-HERO 11 months ago

This movie immensely had James Bond tendencies with a small shot of Bourne Identity in the mix (all the while based in the eighties). That been said I don't mean that in an unoriginal manner, quite the contrary - it was completely original and all the while exhilarating. Charlize Theron was pure electric in her spy tailored role yet enigmatic at the same time. Not to mention the rest of the cast perfectly meshed in this flick (from James McAvoy & Toby Jones to John Goodman & Sofia Boutella), while the story made you yearning for more. And with all the talk these past few years of one day having a female James Bond, well look no further - this movie will surely fill your appetite via the realm of spy films, and then some...

gatorgus-80479 11 months ago

Great fight scenes. Confusing plot, but who cares. Theron is awesome and so is McCavoy. Very enjoyable.

Mayra Bogado 11 months ago

Atomic Blond it's an action movie, with a lavish style and the music shuffle on just to enjoy the moment. The movie follows the same rules of action movies from the 80's and the 90's: you have the problematic mission, the good "guy", the bad guys, the questionable guy and the sexy girls (women). But because a woman is in the lead role, Charlize Theron (instead of Mel Gibson, Bruce Willis or Silvester Stallone), the dynamic of the movie is a fresh breeze. She's not clumsy or in conflict with her abilities, (like most of the female agents in movies) she is a great agent send to deal with a problem and in the processes stumbles with an another problem that she handles in the best way, she knows possible. The thriller/mystery plot stumbles a little bit in the narrative, but that doesn't spoil the thrill of the action sequences, the beautiful choreography of the fights or the great music, and fixes some of 80's and 90's problems, like only strong and intelligent men, only silly sexy girls, no women, racist and sexist jokes, all of that without being boring. It is a popcorn action movie inspired by 80's with the intelligence of today's society.

kindersurprise1000 11 months ago

What a great movie. Continuous fight scenes are mind blowing. Very original story and the music was complimenting the 80's theme as well. Charlize Theron and James Mcavoy did such a great job. I really loved the movie.

anitacharran 11 months ago

And bisexual sex.I love it. This is an adult-oriented film that fuses power, spycraft, intrigue and betrayal into one.Charlize in bed with another girl. Charlize evading a bomb and the Russians desperately using their network to death.One great film.

one-nine-eighty 11 months ago

This cool, sexy and gritty spy action thriller is set during the concluding stages of the cold war in 1980's Berlin, where East and West are still separated by a wall, the police are brutal, the people live in fear, and poverty is rife. An MI6 spy has got hold of a list from a Soviet defector; the list contains names and information on a whole group of global spies from different countries networks, giving names as well as history. The list would prolong, if not ensure the Western world lost the cold war. Unfortunately the MI6 agent is assassinated. Although there is a theory on who has the list nobody is entirely certain, but it's a race against time to get the list as other countries spies all rush to be the first to claim the list for their country. We follow Lorraine Broughton (Theron), she's called in by MI6 to go to Berlin and retrieve the list. On arrival, she partners up with David Percival (McAvoy), who is an embedded spy in Berlin that knows the lay of the land. She soon discovers she's in a world where you can't trust anybody as she gets shot at, beaten up, drown, strangled and stabbed - but Lorraine is a tough nut, she's ready and willing to do whatever it takes, with or to whoever in order to do her job. I really enjoyed this film, it was stylish and sleek while also being dirty and nasty, it was high octane and packed with thrills and action too, but it also had trudging slower moments too. Based on Antony Johnston's graphic novel "The Coldest City", the film really delivers the look and feel of what I have come to expect from graphic novella. It had multiple layers with twists and turns enough to keep me entertained and intrigued. It was refreshing to see a female spy deliver a performance that was probably grittier and more kick-ass than your typical Bond/Bourne performance. The fight choreography is brutal and raw, which is nice to see, I'm bored of perfect fight scenes where wired and roped actors perform a kung-Fu dance rather than try to survive. Yes, it looked like it hurt and it looked like Theron's character suffers - I'd expect this, unlike Hollywood's usual jump out of a 3rd story window and walk away with no cuts or bruises. Set in the 80's the film not just stylized the look and feel of the world being portrayed, but the film style itself, the cinematography followed many a film from the 80's in its set-up. It was like this film was themed 80's throughout but had the intelligence of a modern film. The soundtrack was fun, and it was lovely to see the psychological juxtapositions of generally happy music set against nasty backgrounds or violence - I guess based on other reviews, some people don't understand this concept. Nor do the other reviews do credit to the characters in the film and the performances - this isn't just a vehicle to show how cool and sexy Theron is (and she is); McAvoy isn't just drifting through the film for a pay check - he plays broken quite well; Goodman isn't sleepwalking into a film credit, this isn't going to end Boutelle's career because she plays a naïve French spy really well; Jones is believable as a bumbling office jockey - come on people, open your eyes!! A lot of the reviews I have read about this film really do the film an injustice - avoid the reviews and make your own mind up. When it comes to rating films I'm tight with my stars, I would have awarded this a 7.5, but due to the terrible reviews I've seen I'm rounding up - Atomic Blonde can have an 8 out of 10 for me.

a_chinn 11 months ago

From the uncredited co-director of "John Wick" comes an action film of equal badassery. Charlize Theron is dynamite in this Cold War action film, where she plays an undercover MI6 agent tasked with recovering a missing list of undercover agents. The plot is perfunctory at best, but it does serve to take Theron through a 1989 East and West Berlin right before the wall came down, featuring 80s punks, neon drenched nightclubs, and a killer soundtrack that ranges from The Clash, to David Bowie, to Queen, and loads more. "Atomic Blonde" would have been a solid action film without the Cold War 80s setting, but adding this retro element turned this film's cool factor up to eleven. Theron is amazingly 80s cool with her short hair and go-go boots, but shines most strongly when she's kicking ass (she actually did a majority of her fighting and stunt work on the film). Enough cannot be said of how much Theron adds to this film. She's an Oscar calibre of actress starring in an unabashedly popcorn film, which greatly elevates "Atomic Blonde" from if the filmmakers had simply cast a pretty face like Milla Jovovich or even legit badasses like MMA fighter Gina Carano (everyone should watch her film "Haywire" though). It also helps that you have a solid supporting cast that includes Toby Jones, John Goodman, and James McAvoy as a terrifically sleazy undercover agent. The other hero of this film is director David Leitch, who bring the same level of relentlessly intense action he brought to the John Wick films. The fight scenes and shoots outs are as fast as a Hong Kong action film, but also embrace the more muscular American approach to action films, which adds up to a style of action that feels like something wholly new (Kurt Wimmer's "Gun-Fu" in "Equilibrium" and "Ultraviolet" was the last new style of film action I can recall that felt like something new and not tried before). As with the best action films, the action builds, starting smaller at first to a quite impressive climactic action sequence. I think the apartment fight sequence that gives the appearance of being one long continuous shot is the most impressive action sequence of the film, but "Atomic Blonde" is filled with memorable action scenes. Overall, even though the script is heavy on plot cliches and is short on character development, who really cares when the you have Charlize Theron taking out rooms full of dudes in knee-high boots to awesome 80s tracks!

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