True memoirs of a international spy, a movie review

A movie review by: Lee Sonogan

(2016) 1h38min/Action, comedy


A Netflix’s original film starring Kevin James in an Action, Comedy movie. IMDB describes this movie as after a publisher changes a writer’s debut novel about a deadly assassin from fiction to nonfiction, the author finds himself thrust into the world of his lead character, and must take on the role of his character for his own survival.

The movie was directed by Jeff Wadlow and written by him, Jeff Morris. The movie was produced by PalmStar Media and Global Film Group, two production companies. The movie cast includes a variety of actors such as Kevin James, Zulay Henao, Andy Garcia, Maurice Compte, Kelen Coleman, Andrew Howards, Ron Riggle and so many other actors you may have heard of.

On November 22, 2015, Genesis Rodriguez tweeted/Instagrammed that she got injured during rehearsals and will be unable to continue playing a character in this movie.

Kevin James is many things, but this movie of his deserves some credit for this movie. Its got style and interest as an average writer lives his story. The humour is fifty-fifty as some of the jokes are awkward and dull, but some are timed well. Kevin James does a lot of action scenes in this movie and some of them are brutal. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to watch a fun movie and not expect too many things that are original. Nether thy less, it’s worth the watch to kill time.


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