Run time: 126 mins

Ryan Gosling is Colt Seavers, a top stunt

professional whose career and burgeoning

romantic relationship are both derailed by a

broken back from a botched fall on set.

Now Jody (Emily Blunt), the ex-girlfriend he ghosted

after the incident, is directing her first feature, a scifi

B-movie called Metal Storm. And Colt is tempted

out of retirement at her express request. Except

she didn’t ask for him and she wants nothing more

to do with him. Meanwhile, the film within a film’s

star, Tom Ryder (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) is missing,

and the fate of Jody’s debut hangs in the balance.

It’s up to Colt to combine his stuntman prowess and

investigative skills (or lack thereof) to unravel the

mystery.

Gosling, still riding high off his Kenergy, has

mastered the art of playing the loveable rogue.

Every mischievous smile and whip-smart comeback

showcases why he’s at the top of his game. Blunt

equally delights, with a nice line in deadpan

delivery. Director David Leitch plays to their

strengths, and paired together, the duo summon

some old-fashioned, feel-good romantic charm: in

other words, a proper summer movie.

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