Bumbling R&D inventors Bruce and Lloyd get out of the lab and into the field as they search to locate their latest invention - which has somehow gone missing. 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. Unfortunately the invisibility cloak that the pair recently collaborated on has disappeared, and in order to ensure that it doesn't fall into the hands of KAOS they will have to master the skills of a true spy. But how exactly does one find an object that's invisible to begin with? As the search gets underway, these brainy inventors are given an eye-opening crash course in high-level espionage.
Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control torrent reviews
CJ C (ca) wrote: A spoof of Bloodrayne. Kinda funny for the first 10 minutes.
Nick D (ru) wrote: The most hilarious stop motion movie I have ever seen! ???
Ian S (fr) wrote: John McClane heads to Russia to cause more mayhem as only he knows how
Katie S (jp) wrote: This was great! I loved it! :D
Eli D (ru) wrote: The title has "bourne" in it. That's an interesting title for a film that has ZERO bourne in it.
Katrina H (jp) wrote: Sick and Twister and awesome!
Melanie S (ca) wrote: I've always liked Jodir Foster and was quite chuffed when I saw this film advertised on tv... so I recorded it. I don't know what I expected from the film; but what I got wasn't it. The film was well done and Dianne West was brilliant too. The film sucked me in. My heart broke for Fred. It was a really lovely wee movie and I would def recommend it.
Lauren D (kr) wrote: Ladies - In your early 40's? Kids grown? Husband/boyfriend/whatever a bit set in his ways? This one is for you.... Bit hard to get into the first time you watch because of the direct camera interaction but think you'll see why this is one of my all time favs....
esta k (es) wrote: An excellent movie about religion and how a man tried to live according to his own principles.
Daniel K (ag) wrote: This film will definitely be enjoyable for anyone familiar with Italian cinema of the 1940s-1970s. The same can obviously be said for Antonioni fans. I was very surprised with it. It doesn't have the sheer brilliance and revolutionary qualities of Antonioni's early 60's films, but it has its own appeal. It's pretty obvious to me that Antonioni was fairly influenced by neorealism at this point. The film seems like a neorealist picture for the upper classes. It has the same stark images (although more polished, better framed, and of a different nature), plethora of locations, and lack of scoring one often finds in neorealist films. It's like a bridge to Antonioni's later waorks. At times one wonders how he could have done grown into the director he became based off his work here, but at other pints it seems painfully obvious that no one but Antonioni could have made this piece. It's incredibly cynical and bleak, but somehow less so than films before it and after it (think Bicycle Thief and L'Avventura; there is no hope in either, where here one at least has the possibility of hope until the end). Great work by a great director.
Charlie 7 (br) wrote: The absolute worst in the series and a mediocre conclusion.
Phillip D (ag) wrote: I'm not sure what got people so riled about this movie. It isn't the greatest production ever but it highlights a really fascinating topic in a well executed way, using an excellent cast to help the audience explore the world of a geisha. Overall this was a really engaging and fascinating production.