Is Undercover Blues a good movie?
Undercover Blues is one very funny movie! If you like Stanley Tucci you will truly enjoy this comedy/crime movie. Kathleen Turner (Mrs. Blue) and Denise Quaid (Mr. Blue) are a husband and wife campy wise cracking spie team on maternity leave in New Orleans.
Who are the actors in the movie Mr Blue?
Kathleen Turner (Mrs. Blue) and Denise Quaid (Mr. Blue) are a husband and wife campy wise cracking spie team on maternity leave in New Orleans. Stanley Tucci (Muerte) is a small time back alley thief that bumps into Denise Quaid and trys to kill the Blue’s from that moment on; with hilarious outcomes and never succeeding. I love this movie.
Who are the Blues in the new spy movie?
The “Blues” are a husband and wife spy team who are on maternity leave/retirement to raise there new baby. It is such a funny movie how the couple get pulled back into the action with the baby along for the ride…but totally not in danger (wink, wink). There are responsive, self-help book reading parents.
What happened to Jeff and Jane Blue from Undercover Blues?
After their baby daughter is born, husband and wife superspies Jeff and Jane Blue plan to quit the business so they can focus on their family. But when word of an arms deal surfaces, the couple jumps back into action — with baby in tow. In HD. Watch Undercover Blues | Prime Video Skip to main content .us Prime Video
What happened at the end of Undercover Blues?
The Blues celebrate the victory and leave New Orleans by boat but not before Muerte attempts one last mugging. Like before, they kick Muerte off the boat and toss him a life preserver before sailing towards Cuba. Undercover Blues received mixed to negative reviews from critics, as the film holds a 37% rating on Rotten Tomatoes from 19 reviews.
Who played Muerte in the Blues Brothers?
Larry Miller and Obba Babatunde were humorous as the two New Orleans detectives who know the Blues’ are up-to-something but aren’t quite sure what exactly but it is Stanley Tucci’ hilarious Muerte, the thief who can never get one over on the Blues’, who steals the show in his slap-stick performance.