Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre (Sidenote: Bones and All)

Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre may follow all the spy film tropes, but it was entertaining and what you expect from a Jason Statham film directed by Guy Ritchie!!!

Real Rating:

4 G6 Planes

What I Like:

-It’s what you expect in a spy film starring Jason Statham and directed by Guy Ritchie, it was fun and entertaining with its action, and witty with its comedy as well
-The rest of the cast was great as well, most notably Aubrey Plaza being a key member of the spy team, and Hugh Grant playing one of the villains, it all just worked

The So So:

-Yes if you seen one spy movie, you have seen them all, but for this one, I was still entertained with everything, I wasn’t bored, not even for a minute, and when films do that, that is good enough for me

What I Didn’t Like:

-Josh Hartnett’s character was annoying for me


Yes it has all the tropes for a spy movie that looks like it is honoring the James Bond franchise, but in the end, it was fun for me to sit back and enjoy. What worked was a well rounded cast that did their parts very well, and add that comedic touch to make it witty enough. It may be hard to find a spy movie with the tropes, but if they use the tropes right, it still can be a spectacle to watch!!!

Real Rating:

4 G6 Planes

(Sidenote: Bones and All – This has to be the weirdest romance movie I have seen. This one is involving cannibals falling for each other. Yes, you read that right. It was very hard for me to get into, let alone care for these cannibals. My only question is, why the heck Timothee Chalamet and Mark Rylance agree to do this? Maybe it was too weird for them to pass up!!!
Real Rating: 2 Road Trips)


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