Get Smart

Get Smart
Get Smart

Year

2008

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Action comedy about bumbling Maxwell Smart, a desk jockey at the top-secret US intelligence agency known as CONTROL, who longs to be a proper spy. After CONTROL is attacked by the arch-enemy terrorist organisation KAOS, many of it agents' covers are blown, so CONTROL's chief grudgingly promotes the still-anonymous Smart to full field agent status. He is teamed up with the glamorous Agent 99, who realises Smart is not as dumb as he looks, and together they tackle KAOS's plot to blow up LA with a nuclear bomb.

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This film has a few uses of moderate bad language

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