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Get Smart Sub Download a5c7b9f00b Download Formats: M4V, AVI, MTS, MKV, M2TS, 3GP, ASF original title: Get Smart genge: Action,Adventure,Comedy imdb: 6.3 duration: 1h 50min tags: Saving the world . . . With difficulty budget: $80,000,000 keywords: spy, malenudity, evilman, goodversusevil, airplane, obesewoman, overweightwoman, misunderstanding, 2000s, victorinox, toughguy, violence, toughgirl, handtohandcombat, explosion, machinegun, villain, t A highly intellectual but socially awkward spy is tasked with preventing a terrorist attack from a Russian spy agency. American Maxwell Smart works for a Government spy agency in an administrative capacity. When the agency's head office is attacked, the Chief decides to assign Maxwell as a spy and partners him with sexy Agent 99, much to her chagrin. The duo nevertheless set off to combat their attackers by first parachuting off an airplane and landing in Russian territory - followed closely by an over seven feet tall, 400 pound goon, known simply as Dalip. The duo, handicapped by Maxwell's antics, will eventually have their identities compromised, and may be chalked up as casualties, while back in America their attackers have already planted a bomb that is set-up to explode in a concert. This film is very disappointing. It has too many pointless action sequences and very few laughs. Some of the references to the gimmicks of the TV series are contrived and don't really work.It's a shame as the TV series was quite inventive and holds up well today.Perhaps this film would work better for people who haven't seen the TV series. Though having said that the film doesn't hold up as a comedy in its own right.Maybe it's time to put an end to making movies out of old TV shows, most of them have been failures, with some exceptions such as Starsky and Hutch. Another perfect example of why I despise most Hollywood movies, especially the Summer "popcorn movie". To me, "popcorn movie" describes a pile of celluloid dung that is choking on its own clich├ęs and promises not to come in your mouth -- but does so, anyway, because it thinks it can get away with it. I am a fan of the original "Get Smart", a very funny TV show that was brilliantly written and scaled rather small. It was not big on stunts and explosions; on the contrary, its focus was the inept, oblivious Maxwell Smart (played by Don Adams). Over two decades ago, Hollywood did make a "Get Smart" movie -- the ironically titled "The Nude Bomb", which, not surprisingly, bombed. Now, the TV series has been revived again and turned into a noisy, stupid, stunt-filled extravaganza with a couple of decent laughs. Steve Carrell, who stars as the Ricky Gervais character in the awful American "The Office", takes on the Max role. From the get-go, he's written all wrong as a self-aware, occasional idiot; his antics are not funny because he's too conscious of what he's doing. The action sequences are a big yawn. Even Carrell's delivery of a line like "missed it by that much" (after he crashes into a wall) is off. Ann Hathaway, who'd look good naked, plays Agent 99 with far too much confidence and arrogance. Who wants to watch such a bee-yatch behaving badly? The "popcorn movie" joins the "rollercoaster ride" as a damn irritating excuse for cinematic expulsion. Of course, the film has been a huge hit with the imbecile masses. In this distressingly generic spy spoof, it's not Maxwell who's clueless, but the filmmakers. CONTROL is a secret, but inept, U.S. government spy agency based in Washington, D.C.. that does battle against its equally inept nemesis known as KAOS (or sometimes CHAOS). Despite being capitalized, CONTROL and KAOS are not acronyms and do not stand for anything. Bernie Kopell, who played the original Siegfried, has a cameo as an irate motorist who says that Max shouldn't run out in the middle of the street because he might get hit by a car. Leonard Stern, the executive producer of the TV series, appears as an airplane pilot. Yes, it appears in a museum exhibit in the beginning of the movie and gets called into use toward the end. The way it gets used plays on the idea of "why would you use a shoe phone when you have a cell phone?"Barbara Feldon played the original CONTROL agent known as "99". On the MTV movie blog site, it was announced that Feldon couldn't make the trip to Montreal on the day that they were shooting what could have been her cameo. The reason she couldn't make the trip was not given, but rumor has it that she was in ill health. That information is classified. Agent 99's real name is not revealed in the movie, but some viewers think it would have been a lovely tribute to Barbara Feldon to at least have had her first name be "Barbara". In a single episode of the old 1960s show Get Smart, Agent 99 claims her name is Susan Hilton. However, at the end of the episode, she confesses that Susan isn't her real name. None of the old TV shows or movies reveal her true name. a5c7b9f00b


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