It felt like being on the wrong side of a television set. The images were watching me.
Not great for my anxiety.
There's a moment early in "Spy" when this movie becomes more than just a slapstick, spoof, Paul Blart-esque action comedy. Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) leaves her boss's office after receiving her first mission and turns the corner. She takes a deep breath, closes her eyes, and for a moment loses all the confidence she had previously shown. A lesser movie wouldn't have allowed her character to have that much depth. Melissa McCarthy's most dynamic role to date.