Expect plenty of pratfalls, explosions, and gadgets in this release that was produced to hit video stores just days after the parent film screened in theaters. But apparently someone thought different and wasted their time making this. Unfortunately the invisibility cloak that the pair recently collaborated on has disappeared, and in order to ensure that it doesn't fall into the. Initially, the major problem is the short-life of the battery. Like a sitcom that has potential but just needs to be reworked to be funny.
It also includes Patrick Warburton Hymie and the receptionist dont know her name from the Get Smart movie. The most important part is the dvd is in good shape and so is the coverart. And I'm including the end credits in that. I really don't know why Himey didn't have a starring role in this movie. Problem with peoples writing about a movie or another is that you can't trust anybody, good movies listed as sheet and bad movies and I mean really bad commented as hors d'oeuvres. Amidst the drinks, someone gets the bright idea to bring out the cloak and fool around with it. I don't think they even tried.
Now Bruce and Lloyd must go out on in the field, because all the other agents are exposed, and recover the blanket before anyone else does. Sadly somehow the film makers thought it would be a good idea to take the two worst supporting characters from the film and make some sort of promotional rip off film to whet your whistle for the movie but all it does is leave a sour taste and if anyone sees this before the Get Smart remake you won't want to even bother with Get Smart and that is a disappointment in itself. One of the tiresome gags in this lame comedy is that everybody confuses Bruce for Lloyd and Lloyd for Bruce. Since it's capable of becoming invisible, the two nerds aren't sure where to even begin looking. There's a reason those actors and characters aren't the leads, and the same goes for this movie. There are some extremely funny parts and overall it isn't too bad but at just over 60 minutes was too short. The only high point in the film was a brief cameo by 99 herself Anne Hathaway which directly tied into a scene in the actual film, a clever little easter egg for fans.
This one is a stone cold dud to say the least. In all, I do recommend this movie for people who want a good laugh. It wasn't a movie but you could call it a pilot for a possible series. But in the end I am sorry I watched it, because it tarnished my image of Bruce and Lloyd and diminished my esteem for the actors. The movie is based around Bruce and Lloyd funnily enough since they are in the title who are the two tech guys from Get Smart who came up with all the spy tools. Oh, and get some dates too. The writing is usually very good.
She would have been good in the actual Get Smart film as opposed to wasting her in this garbage. But unfortunately they took the two worst cast members from the series. Parents should watch it first and determine for themselves if it is appropriate for their little ones. I really wanted this movie to be great. The real smash-em, physical stunts, and overall Three Stooges type of comedy did succeed! Bruce and Lloyd are sympathetic losers that we want to see win and they appear on the verge of their greatest triumph.
I would have rather had her in the entire film than the two of them. When you're used to spending your day inventing the most cutting edge spy equipment known to man, adapting the stealth and guile needed to become a true secret agent doesn't come naturally. But the opportunity to see this for free came up, and I decided to give it a try. Special features include: Bruce and Lloyd's confessionals; Cue the anti-follicular device; Bruce and Lloyd tech. When you're used to spending your day inventing the most cutting edge spy equipment known to man, adapting the stealth and guile needed to become a true secret agent doesn't come naturally. The idea of making this is not bad, it's just the execution of making it. Nate Torrence, who was so good in Studio 60 and Mr Sunshine is great as Bruce, and most of the big laughs come from him.
I see the setup, I see how it could have been good but it falls far short. Masi Oka and Nate Torrence are fun to watch, but they rarely blurt out sidesplitting dialogue and the plot is terminally predictable. But how exactly does one find an object that's invisible to begin with? Now their latest invention, the Optical Camouflage Device — a blanket that makes you invisible has gotten some attention. Unlike the first reviewer, I was raised on old school Get Smart! Patrick Warburton and Larry Miller co-star in a feature-length comedy that includes surprise cameos from the stars of the 2008 film Get Smart. Directed by , the film is written by Tom J. The movie is really predictable. Unless you're a movie studio looking to suck every last dollar out of your new Summer Blockbuster.
So, when the strike was over, they didn't know where to put it. And I'm including the end credits in that. Especially since the successful gags were his scenes! I think maybe he might have been a little better had he had a better cast around him but still the film should never have focused on him. First let me say that everyone should see Get Smart. Every scene feels like it could have been a lot funnier but it was missing something. When you're used to spending your day inventing the most cutting edge spy equipment known to man, adapting the stealth and guile needed to become a true secret agent doesn't come naturally.