Director David Leithch’s "Atomic Blonde" hit box offices Friday grossing $18.6 million in the United States alone in its first weekend.
The action-packed spy thriller stars Charlize Theron who portrays Lorraine Broughton, an elite MI6 spy and blonde bombshell who takes on an impossible mission set in 1989 Germany as the wall is being torn down and world alliances are shifting.
Today on “Pat & Stu,” Stu Burguiere reviewed the film after watching the trailer “a hundred and fifty times” and made the case for Theron perhaps playing Debbie Wasserman Shultz in a movie one day.
“It was more plot driven than I expected,” said Stu. “It had some real twists and turns that you did not expect.” Stu also said watching the trailer so many times ruined some of the surprises for him but didn’t take away from some of the incredible scenes, such as “eight straight minutes of brutalizing each other.”