Watch: Ghosted 2023 123movies, Full Movie Online – Cole falls head over heels for enigmatic Sadie, but then makes the shocking discovery that she’s a secret agent. Before they can decide on a second date, Cole and Sadie are swept away on an international adventure to save the world..
Plot: Salt-of-the-earth Cole falls head over heels for enigmatic Sadie — but then makes the shocking discovery that she’s a secret agent. Before they can decide on a second date, Cole and Sadie are swept away on an international adventure to save the world.
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“Ghosted is a tremendous catastrophe. When the only memorable moments of the entire film are the myriad cameos totally disconnected from the story itself, little else can be said about it. Visual effects, action, and script are a seriously shocking mess, to the point of affecting the performances and chemistry of a renowned cast. One of the worst editing works in recent years. One of the most prominent, frustrating wastes of talent in front of and behind the camera. Very far from the “so bad it’s good” status.”
**Ghosted’s comedic moments bring some good laughs, and its action entertains, but its indecisive tone gets distracting. Still, a decent entertaining spy comedy that won’t blow your mind but isn’t a bad way to pass the time.**
Ghosted wrestles with its tone as it decides whether it’s a goofy rom-com or a more serious spy thriller. While very much in the vein of Knight and Day or The Killers, Ghosted doesn’t stay committed to comedy throughout. The jokes come and go, with Chris Evans taking most of the comedy side and Ana de Armas taking most of the action. The tone might be conflicted, but the fun never stops. Solid action sequences, car chases, exotic locations, and elegant gowns and suits – Ghosted has all the essential elements of a classic spy film. The jokes land better than The Gray Man’s quips, and the action is better than Red Notice’s set pieces giving Ghosted a slight edge over its streaming adventure competition. It’s a flawed movie for certain, with an out-of-place soundtrack and identity crisis, but what it does well makes it interesting enough for a watch and possibly even a sequel. …maybe
Honestly What the Heck?
No disrespect to the two leads, but fire your agents or stay away from bad film choices.
6 writers and that’s the absolute best they could come up with?! The dialogue was brutal, the cameos were wasted, the action scenes were boring, and ok I will stop now.
Chris Evans go back to Captain America. Ana De Armas we need to figure out what to do with you.
This was one of the worst AppleTV original movies thus far. I cannot possibly recommend this mess. Nothing was good really. It wasn’t funny, despite trying to be, nor was it exciting despite trying to be.
Stay clear of this atrocity. It’s the worst.
I wanted to like this movie as a fun stupid movie…. but wow was it bad
I can only assume that years of green screen acting for super hero movies has completely sapped Chris Evens’ acting abilities because especially the first 60% of the movie is just the most atrocious excuse for acting. Ana de Armas didn’t exactly give an Oscar performance here herself, but she ends up carrying Chris’ phoned in yelling and screaming. I think he yells 80% of his lines, it’s like a bad kids TV show.
The writing is just atrocious. Chris is playing an odd parody of the lamest beta-male who is simultaneously jacked & good looking while also having most of the abilities of an alpha male, but at all times is too afraid to properly use any of them.
The writers had so few clues as to how to write a strong and smart character for Ana de Armas to play and instead had to rely on making Chris’ character as pathetic as possible. In doing so, any of the comedy they were seeking was overrun by the cringe factor.
Original Language en
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy
Director Dexter Fletcher
Writer Chris McKenna, Rhett Reese, Erik Sommers
Actors Ana de Armas, Amy Sedaris, Chris Evans
Country United States
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