- How'd You Like That: The Kooks 
- One Sunday Morning (Song for Jane Smiley's Boyfriend): Wilco 
- Carried Away: Passion Pit 
- Calamity Song: The Decemberists 
- Coming of Age: Foster the People 
- Gold on the Ceiling: The Black Keys 
- Hey Julie: Fountains Of Wayne 
- Jesusland: Ben Folds 
- Thirty-One Today: Aimee Mann 
- Paper Planes: M.I.A. 
- People Got A Lotta Nerve: Neko Case 
- Rumor Has It: Adele 
- Smile: Lily Allen 
- Such Great Heights: The Postal Service 
- Teenage Dream: Glee TV Soundtrack 
- Tik Tok: Ke$ha 
- Turn It Around: Lucius 
- Use It: The New Pornographers 
June 30, 2015
June 7, 2015
What a funny fucking movie! I was laughing out loud throughout.
- It's hard-R-rated, so the jokes are very rough, and worth it.
- There's real action sequences, including car chases and hand-to-hand combat. Not Bourne Supremacy good, but much better than most comedies.
- The A-list supporting cast is perfect: Jude Law finally gets to play James Bond, Miranda Hart is wonderful as the best friend, and Jason Statham might overplay the jokes a little bit.
- Wonderful location shooting- another plus you normally don't see in a comedy.
- Great interior locations too- a decrepit Paris apartment building and a disused power plant control room are the standouts.
Stub Hubby Grade- I'm giving SPY an A-minus instead of an A because:
- I figured out the third act twist immediately;
- The fat-and-ugly jokes are all very funny, but maybe it's time to set them aside? No one actually calls Melissa McCarthy "fat" but it's in the subtext of many jokes.