Cole is a man who falls in love with an enigmatic woman named Sadie. He gets the shock of his life when he discovers that she is a secret agent.
The two of them are swept away on an international adventure to save the world before they can decide on a second date.
Despite the star power of the two A-listers headlining this spy movie, Ghosted ends up being something that looks like what was written by amateurs or teenagers.
From an overlong premise to Chris Evans looking like he was miscast, Dexter Fletcher's film seems plagued with unending pitfalls.
While Anna de Armas is no doubt eye candy material, I was shocked that she had zero chemistry with Evans and that her character is in no way memorable.
Right from when the duo gets thrown into the spy game, it becomes clear that there were almost no stakes involved (I literally found it hard to believe that they were in any form of danger).
In my opinion, Apple wasted a considerable sum on this mediocre project.
While cameo appearances are always welcome, they always have to add something to the story. In this case, all the unexpected stars who appear are just there to show the level of idiocy they can descend to.
Oh, and the villain of the film (who is a two-dimensional character with nothing to do but make half-assed threats) is played by an incredible actor whose talents are completely wasted here.
The action is totally subpar and while the movie had one or two moments where it looked like it would go somewhere, it finally fizzled out into nothingness.
Those expecting something very good should skip this. Film lovers who are cool with predictably cheesy stuff with boring dialogue can see it.