Health, “Blue Monday” (Loma Vista). The Los Angeles quartet long ago earned the cred to tackle this dance floor classic by New Order, which was commissioned for the new Charlize Theron thriller “Atomic Blonde.” Originally written in mourning of the late Joy Division singer Ian Curtis, New Order’s...
On the surface, Atomic Blonde is about a British spy in Berlin navigating the choppy political waters of the Cold War. But that plot is secondary to the high-energy fighting in the movie, which is one of the most visually innovative shoot-and-beat-’em-ups in recent years.The linchpin of the film is an seven-minute ... More »
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One thing ‘80s spy thriller Atomic Blonde does very well is its fight scenes
So, this weekend, I finally saw Atomic Blonde, aka Furiosa Goes to Berlin. And I liked it a whole lot! Charlize Theron was amazing, obvs. Although I will immediately register one complaint: I'm pretty sure there were people of color in Berlin in the '80s, ahem. Show More Summary
The "Atomic Blonde" star teases the next X-Men movie and reveals his idea for a Bond villain.
14 Times in 'Atomic Blonde' Charlize... She is the biggest badass out there. For both her actions and our limited vocabulary. Submitted by: Malcolm Kelner Regular Keywords: Charlize Theron Atomic Blonde badass movies Views: 37
If you're looking for more ass-kicking bisexual female spies, Anthony Johnston & Shari Chankhamma's Ghost Station Zero is the comic for you. The post REVIEW: Ghost Station Zero #1 Perfect Follow-Up for Atomic Blonde Fans appeared first on CBR.
New action spy thriller Atomic Blonde is hard to miss right now, and the hype is only getting bigger with the US release and the upcoming UK release in cinemas. Charlize Theron stars as Lorraine Broughton, secret agent and all-around woman you do not want to get angry. Show More Summary
After seeing the new spy thriller, I still don’t know what a female action hero looks like. Many moviegoers turn to the absurdities of comedy or the happy endings of romance when looking for an escape. I’m more of a guns and explosions...Show More Summary
If you haven't seen Atomic Blonde you may have already heard about one scene in the film which is an absolute marvel to watch. If you have seen Atomic Blonde I don't need to remind you what scene that is.
When I first started seeing the previews for Atomic Blonde (Charlize Theron IS Jason Bourne!) there was a collective question of, “Is this super male gaze-y or not? I can’t tell from these two minutes but I think I’m gonna watch the shit out of this.” This is a spy thriller set in Berlin around the week the Berlin Wall came down in 1989. Show More Summary
John Wick co-director David Leitch went solo to helm the new Charlize Theron spy film Atomic Blonde, and he proved he could deliver a slick, stylish thriller full of memorable action sequences. I’m sure you’ve already heard about one...Show More Summary
By Christopher Campbell Why 'Baby Driver' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' work and 'Atomic Blonde' doesn't. The article Great Soundtracks Aren’t Just Awesome Mixtapes appeared first on Film School Rejects.
In many ways, aspects of Atomic Blonde will be really familiar to fans of high-octane action movies. It invests a lot in ambitious set pieces and fight choreography, and features many predictable character archetypes. But it manages to tie together its Cold War setting and character arcs into a larger theme very, very well. More »
Charlize Theron is seen fighting and falling down marble stairs in her spy thriller 'Atomic Blonde.' How bad was the real pain?
With ‘Atomic Blonde,’ the Oscar winner proves that no actor—male or female—can carry the physical and emotional demands of an action film with as much badassery.
I went into Atomic Blonde expecting something like a female led John Wick, with a bit more of an impressive plot. While the first is definitely spot on, the story was a bit more complex than I was ready for... THE GOOD: Just like you would expect from... [Read More] The post Atomic Blonde Review: Fun, Stylish, & Confusing appeared first on The Movie Blog.
From the designer clothes to the girl-on-girl lip-locks, our favorite things from the feminist action flick.
By Seth Kelley LOS ANGELES, June 25 (Variety.com) -- An unlikely battle emerged at the box office this weekend between "The Emoji Movie" and "Dunkirk." As of Saturday morning the animated feature and war epic seemed to be in a dead heat. Show More Summary