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Queen of Comedy Melissa McCarthy “in her funniest movie yet” (Leonard Maltin, LeonardMaltin.com) embarks on the mission of a lifetime as secret agent Susan Cooper in SPY. The September 29th Blu-ray release will include two versions of the film - Theatrical and never-before-seen Unrated Cut. The DVD will feature the Theatrical version. Both the Theatrical version and Unrated Cut of Spy are available now on Digital HD.
To celebrate the Digital HD release of SPY, I hosted a Spies Night In party at my home. We started off by watching SPY, starring Melissa McCarthy.
Melissa is crazy funny, and she doesn't disappoint in this movie either. She plays Susan Cooper, a CIA analyst turned spy, to bring down an arms dealer. The film is predictable but certainly delivers on the laughs. SPY is directed towards adults for crude behavior and language. Very few movies that call themselves comedies actually make me laugh out loud, but several scenes in SPY had me rolling.
We even had our own secret agent spy man at my Spies Night In party. Jason went deep undercover with a wig and a kitty shirt similar to one worn in the movie. Whatcha think, did he pull it off?!
The rest of the party people were given Secret Agent party packs that included snacks, a Red Cross Flashlight + Smart Phone Charger, and a 5-in-1 Survival Whistle.
Yolanda with her party pack
Have you viewed SPY yet? If not, do you have plans to see it?