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Chris Evans and Ana de Armas are quickly becoming one of Hollywood's favorite on-screen duos. The pair previously starred alongside one another in "Knives Out" (2019) and "The Gray Man" (2022), and are now reunited in Apple TV+ 's "Ghosted," a rom-com action thriller that debuts today , April 21 .
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Where is 'Ghosted' available to stream?
"Ghosted" is now available to stream on Apple TV+ . Apple TV+ is available on Apple devices, Apple TV 4K, Apple TV HD, and third-generation Apple TVs, as well as Panasonic, Playstation, Xbox, Vizio, Samsung, LG and Sony Smart TVs and Roku, FireTV, Android TV and Google TV streaming devices.
What is 'Ghosted' about?
In this romantic spy thriller, Cole (Evans) meets the girl of his dreams, Sadie (de Armas), who seemingly ghosts Cole after one date. In a "grand romantic gesture," Cole travels to London to surprise her, only to discover that she actually works as a CIA agent and is on an international assignment. The pair end up getting caught up in one of Sadie's dangerous missions before they can even have a second date.
Directed by Dexter Fletcher and written by Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick (known for writing the "Deadpool" franchise), the film also stars Adrien Brody, Mike Moh, Amy Sedaris and Tate Donovan. Scarlett Johnson was originally cast in the role as Sadie, but was replaced by Ana de Armas due to scheduling conflicts.
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You can sign up for Apple TV+ to stream "Ghosted." You'll pay $6.99 a month for the service, or $69.99 for the year. New subscribers will sign up online or download the Apple TV+ app.
If you prefer to bundle your streaming services, you also sign up for an Apple One account which bundles Apple TV+ with other Apple services like Music, Arcade and iCloud+ starting at $16.95/month. In addition to the upcoming release of "Ghosted," Apple TV+ offers plenty of additional original series like " Extrapolations ," " Severance ," " Ted Lasso ," " Shrinking " and films such as "Causeway."
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Ghosted ist ein Actionfilm von Dexter Fletcher mit Chris Evans und Ana de Armas .
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Bei einem spontanen Date verliebt sich Cole bis über beide Ohren in die geheimnisvolle Sadie. Doch wenig später meldet diese sich einfach nicht mehr auf seine Anrufe und Textnachrichten. Der "geghostete" Cole setzt nun alles daran, Sadie wiederzufinden, wobei er sogar aus seiner Heimat in den USA bis nach London fliegt. Dort gerät er bei seinen Nachforschungen jedoch in eine höchst gefährliche Lage - bis plötzlich Sadie auftaucht und ihn rettet. Dabei stellt sie sich auch gleich als CIA-Agentin vor, die sich auf einer geheimen Mission befindet. In die gerät nun auch Cole mitten hinein und gemeinsam müssen die beiden sich zu Lande, zu Wasser und in der Luft einer ganzen Armee von Fieslingen entgegenstellen, die von einem alten Bekannten Sadies namens Leveque angeführt wird.
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Is Ghosted coming to DVD and Blu-ray?
Ghosted is now available to stream on Apple TV+. The one thing you’ll want to know is whether it will come to DVD and Blu-ray in the future.
It’s great that movies are heading to streaming platforms. This offers an easy way to watch the movies at home. The downside is that we need multiple streaming platforms to be able to watch everything that we want. That gets expensive!
So, we want to still be able to watch movies on DVD and Blu-ray. This allows us to pay once and watch whenever we want at home. We also don’t have to keep track of where a movie may move to at some point in the process.
Is Ghosted on DVD and Blu-ray?
With Apple TV+ movies, the question about DVD releases isn’t when it’s going to happen. It’s if it will happen at all. A lot of streaming platforms do not put their movies and shows on DVD and Blu-ray. This takes people away from the platforms and means they lose out on money.
However, Apple TV+ has released a Chris Evans miniseries on DVD before. Defending Jacob arrived on DVD and Blu-ray around a year after it was released on the platform.
This all depends on contracts in place, though. There are still plenty of other Apple shows that haven’t gone to DVD and Blu-ray. Just look at the likes of For All Mankind and See . The movies haven’t headed there either. So, we’ll have to wait and see if the contract for this latest rom-com-action flick includes a DVD release.
It probably won’t. Get ready for the only place to watch it be on Apple TV+ with a subscription. It’s the best way for Apple to keep making money and then make good content.
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Full Review | Sep 29, 2023
Like most contemporary blockbusters, Fletcher and co. plant the seeds for a potential sequel if the movie turns out to be a hit for Apple TV+. But I doubt too many people would be upset if we never heard from “Ghosted” again.
Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/4 | Aug 9, 2023
It’s a pity how monotonous Ghosted ends up feeling considering the zest of it’s set-up.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/5 | Jul 27, 2023
The action sequences in "Ghosted" are well crafted by Fletcher, even if the climax itself is a flashy comedy of errors.
Full Review | Jul 25, 2023
This is the kinda of movie, you sit on the couch, it's Saturday afternoon, you don't want to think too hard, you think why not? ...A decent movie, not the worst, not the best, but just fun mindless entertainment.
Full Review | Original Score: 7.5/10 | Jul 24, 2023
Comfortably cartoonish, funnier than expected and even kinda cute.
Full Review | Original Score: B- | Jul 24, 2023
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. Very far from the "so bad it’s good" status.
Full Review | Original Score: D- | Jul 21, 2023
It tries too hard at some points and feels overly comical at others, but eh, Chris Evans, as a precious himbo farmer who knows way too much about plants, is still a win for the romance enthusiasts.
Full Review | Jul 20, 2023
It's a remarkable feat to watch a screenplay suck all the potential chemistry out of two beautiful people. Because that's all that's left in this blindingly stupid wannabe action comedy asking us to root for these sad souls & their relationship struggles.
Full Review | Original Score: 0.5/4 | Jun 22, 2023
Ghosted is not a movie anyone would pay to see in a theater, conveniently, it’s streaming at home, where the stakes for mediocrity are much lower.
Full Review | Jun 3, 2023
Part of me feels like I should celebrate non-IP attempts at mature actioners--but the rest of me feels like I'd rather be watching something that doesn't suck. It's the eternal struggle.
Full Review | Original Score: 0/4 | May 24, 2023
Evans and de Armas are very appealing performers, and the action isn't bad, but this is a mostly witless action romcom.
Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/5 | May 19, 2023
Big-budget, glossy, empty and soulless.
Full Review | May 17, 2023
A madcap adventure that sucked.
Ghosted never tries to be too serious and instead leans into the jokes, which allows the movie to have an equal balance of action and comedy.
Full Review | May 16, 2023
Written by a team of four men with action-adventure credits, thwarting evil dudes becomes more of a sprawling and chaotic contrived spectacle. However, high-concept rom-coms are all about the chemistry and less about intrigue.
Full Review | Original Score: B- | May 14, 2023
On screen chemistry is a funny thing. It is either there or it isn't. De Armas and Evans don't have it.
Full Review | Original Score: 5/10 | May 9, 2023
It just isn’t as fun, as consistently entertaining, as it should be given all it has going for it.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/4 | May 5, 2023
Cole is aggrieved that Sadie lied about her profession. “Unbelievable,” he eye-rolls. Sadie is annoyed at having to repeatedly rescue Cole. “Unbelievable,” she fumes. Such is how the movie wastes the smoking-hot pair. Unbelievable.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/5 | May 3, 2023
The potential for a fun and funny action rom-com, giving its high-caliber talent, never materializes. Not even the best spy could walk away unscathed from this trainwreck. [Full Review in Spanish]
Full Review | May 3, 2023
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Roger Ebert once famously wrote in his Glossary of Movie Terms that no good movie had ever been made since 1977 featuring a character with the first name of Cole. (Inexplicably, he went on to make an exception for the decidedly not-good “Days of Thunder.”) I cannot say for sure whether that rule has held up over the years, but I suspect if he had lived to see “Ghosted,” he might have elected to finally retire it once and for all on the basis that there was no worse example that could ever come along. This film is so smug and self-satisfied that you can practically feel the contempt everyone involved with its production has for its audience.
Our Cole ( Chris Evans ) is a farmer/agricultural historian who is perpetually unlucky in love because he tends to get too intense too early and scares people off. He meets the mysterious Sadie ( Ana de Armas ) at a farmer's market, and the two seem to hit it off famously throughout a long date that covers everything from karaoke to a visit to the famous steps from " The Exorcist ." Alas, when he tries to contact her the next day, she ignores his incessant texts and emojis. Thanks to a decidedly lame plot construct, he figures out that she is now in London, and, in what he considers to be a grand romantic gesture and not a massive red flag, he decides to fly over there and surprise her. This is supposed to be charming and not at all creepy, with even his parents ( Tate Donovan and a spectacularly wasted Amy Sedaris ) urging him on.
After arriving, he thinks he's tracked her down but is immediately kidnapped and taken to the lair of a torturer named Borislov (Tim Blake Nelson ), who believes Cole is someone known as The Taxman who has crucial information that he hopes to extract via the use of murder hornets. Before that can happen, he is rescued by a mysterious figure who turns out to be ... Sadie. It turns out that she is actually a CIA agent pursuing a master criminal named Leveque ( Adrien Brody ), who is attempting to acquire the codes for a spectacularly deadly new super weapon so that he can sell it on the black market. These codes are thought to be in possession of The Taxman, and since everyone thinks that Cole is the Taxman, he becomes the target, with Sadie using him as bait to stop the bad guys for good. This leads them on an international journey to stop Leveque and potentially save the world while bickering and bantering between the incessant gunshots, explosions, and car chases that comprise most of the plot.
You may recall—though you will be infinitely happier if you don’t—last year's “ The Gray Man ,” an incredibly lousy and thoroughly unmemorable load of international espionage claptrap that was like watching someone else playing a bad video game. That film happened to co-star Evans and de Armas, and I can’t help but wonder if they made a secret pact between them to try to find another such vehicle that was even more vapid and forgettable. Mission accomplished. There has been a lot of talk lately about artificial intelligence programs being used to create art and the potentially disastrous repercussions that might occur as a result. Although “Ghosted” has no fewer than four people credited with the screenplay and a director, Dexter Fletcher , whose previous “ Rocketman ” was one of the better music biopics of recent years, it feels as if it was created by just such a program, one evidently focused on following tired algorithms than anything remotely resembling genuine creative inspiration.
The aforementioned screenplay is little more than a half-assed rehash of “ True Lies ,” “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” “ Knight and Day ,” and the like that brings absolutely nothing of interest to the table. "Ghosted" is essentially a laundry line connecting its interchangeable action beats with tired characters, lazy plotting, and a complete lack of wit, humor, excitement, thrills, or basic coherence. Those aforementioned action sequences are certainly big and noisy, but Fletcher shoots them in such a bland, disengaged manner that he makes the Russo brothers look like the Coens in terms of stylistic flair. In what I can only assume was an effort to try to distract viewers from the formulaic proceedings, the film throws in a bunch of familiar faces in brief cameo appearances, which prove to be little more than a distraction from a movie that's pretty much a distraction all by itself.
However, the worst aspect of “Ghosted” is the virtually nonexistent chemistry between Evans and de Armas. Both are good actors and undeniably charismatic performers, but they fail to click here on any level. Watching the two struggle to strike sparks with such substandard material is genuinely painful. This would be bad enough, but the film inadvertently underlines this flaw with a running gag in which other characters comment that they should get a room because the sexual tension between them is off the charts. Based on the available evidence, this may be true, but, unfortunately, it is off the charts in the wrong direction—there was more palpable heat between the two of them in “ Knives Out ” than there is at any point here, and they weren’t even necessarily trying in that one.
“Ghosted” is a tedious exercise in sheer greed and laziness that presumes if enough money and famous faces are tossed into the mix, no one will notice, or at least mind, the utter vacuousness of the enterprise. By a bit of happenstance, I wound up seeing this film immediately after watching “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.” and was in an uncharacteristically good mood as a result of that genuinely wonderful movie. However, by the time “Ghosted” finally dragged itself across the finish line—complete with threatening future installments—that sense of good cheer and hopefulness regarding the possibilities of cinema had been completely eradicated. At least the aforementioned “The Gray Man” had the dignity to be completely forgettable—honestly, before I mentioned it, did you even recall that it existed? But I have a terrible feeling this one is going to stick in your mind for a long time after you see it, no matter how hard you may try to erase it.
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