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Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre

By Jeffrey M. Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Fun but shallow, violent globetrotting spy adventure.

Movie R 2023 114 minutes
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Thoroughly superficial, Guy Ritchie's globetrotting action/adventure is nonetheless consistently swift and light, and the fun that the cast seems to be having on-screen is contagious. Certainly an argument could be made that Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre doesn't try very hard. Here's Statham once again stepping into a snarling tough guy role, and we find that we're never terribly worried about him; we know he'll get out of any scrape he's in. Actually, the stakes never really seem very high for anyone. But watching the characters navigate the zigzagging array of glamorous, exotic locations while wearing beautiful clothes and driving beautiful cars feels breezily exciting. Statham, Elwes, Plaza, Malone, Hartnett, and Grant have all created colorful characters who clearly enjoy one another's company but still relish exchanging cheeky quips. It's their solid group chemistry that eventually gets Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre successfully over the finish line.

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