063: Jumpin’ Jack Flash 1986 (dir. Penny Marshall) Rated 15, Sunday DVD Rental Suggestion Podcast

An American spy comedy film starring Whoopi Goldberg. The film was directed by Penny Marshall in her theatrical film directorial debut. A British secret agent finds himself contacting an American bank working through her computer in a bid to find…

063: Jumpin' Jack Flash 1986 (dir. Penny Marshall) Rated 15, Sunday DVD Rental Suggestion Podcast

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An American spy comedy film starring Whoopi Goldberg. The film was directed by Penny Marshall in her theatrical film directorial debut.

A British secret agent finds himself contacting an American bank working through her computer in a bid to find out why he has been abandoned behind enemy lines as official channels have become uncooperative. She is then conscripted to help him return to the West from Russia.

Terry Doolittle (Whoopi Goldberg) works with computers in a bank office. She routinely talks with others via her computer, but one day she connects with a mysterious user by the name of Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Jonathan Pryce). It takes her a while to decode his message, but Terry figures out that Jack is a British secret agent trapped behind enemy lines. Terry agrees to help him, but her activities attract the attention of the KGB, who want to know Jack’s real identity and will kill to get it.

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