I Spy

I Spy

When the Switchblade, the most sophisticated prototype stealth fighter created yet, is stolen from the U.S. government, one of the United States' top spies, Alex Scott, is called to action. What he doesn't expect is to get teamed up with a cocky civilian, World Class Boxing Champion Kelly Robinson, on a dangerous top secret espionage mission. Their assignment: using equal parts skill and humor, catch Arnold Gundars, one of the world's most successful arms dealers.

A professional athlete has to help a U.S. government agent recover a special stealth fighter jet which can not only hide from radar, but also turn invisible to the human eye. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mike C (au) wrote: A riDICKulous cockumentary. IMMENSELY funny, at least at the start. It really is a decent topic: a frank conversation about whether or not size really matters and the effect that question has on men around the globe. But is this a frank documentary? That's a little more gray than I'd like.For the first 45 minutes I was laughing maniacally. The guy in the docu had a viral proposal fail, allegedly because he was too small. So he made this movie to get a, ahem, bigger consensus on the subject. For a while, it's a novel subject and approached mostly comically, so I laughed. After that, it begins to drag a bit. There's not much valuable science in here (say unlike Supersize Me or Super High Me where actual tests are done to establish cause and effect). Mostly, this guy takes heat for the documentary. Some hidden cameras didn't go over well. An angry flight was suspect. The ending is unlikely. And just who would put himself out there like this? But I guess that's what I liked about it. At first, he's really believable as a guy going through this. Even I got a little suspect as the documentary moved along, but still, this guy put his face on the issue and that takes some really. big. balls. I just wish it had been done more scientifically. It's a very interesting topic. PS: Speaking of. Best theory I heard which was early on...many years ago, boys showered together at school and saw each other's genitals. They had an idea of what the competition was. Now days, kids cover up in the shower and leave a lot of wonder and worry to the mind. That's a pretty damn interesting theory.

Pedro A (kr) wrote: It's a good movie for fun

Mohammed A (nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Jens N (es) wrote: An intriguing mystery.


Marilee A (us) wrote: Highly Recommended by my friend elysianfield66

Jason M (au) wrote: It simply can't get better than this.

Ashlee B (es) wrote: This is an absolutely awesome movie! I haven't been able to find it since I was 11 so can't wait to go buy it!!! Gotta see it if you like disturbing movies.

Tony M (it) wrote: 1 of 2 great sizzling sexy movies about burning passion starring Micky Rourke (pre boxing career)

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Roy C (fr) wrote: Do you?! Hold on a sec while I play with these elephant statuettes. A fancy musical comedy ripe with banana similes, romance between thirteenth cousins, almost-sacrilege and maybe-double suicide, aging Ezra's attack on the sin-reeked Big Apple, a narcoleptic bodyguard, the opportunistic and ratty Mabel suddenly showing up in sausage canner Horace's puny train compartment and room for purple nights, nervous indigestion and Athlete's stomach, napkin and tablecloth collars, the horny maid Laura, bicarbonate soda, phoning five-hundred and two drug stores to locate twenty-year-old triple strength Golden 'Elex-er' ('Never mind the spoons, I'll drink it out of the bottle') to quell contagious hiccups, bloody turnips, solid gold horses for Ben-Hur, wind in the pipes, the Bank of England in the bathroom, a Trotsky-esque boogeyman hiding in the closet, laundering linens and secret pash-oons, singing undergarments, stars and a tunnel made of dancers clad in black tights, the arrest of an entire Broadway cast, and a couple of gals worth looking at! Cause I only have eyes for you~!

Peter S (de) wrote: Wow. This is certainly new and different. I am a piano player, it is my major in college, so I probably enjoyed this more than most people. A pianist with stage fright truly finds out what it means to have stage fright when he finds a frightening message in his score saying that if he hits one wrong note, he will be shot. The film is compelling throughout, and the music is excellent. Bonus points: it was written by Damien Chazelle, who wrote and directed Whiplash and La La Land. Highly recommended for everyone unless you need sex, drugs and violence to be entertained.