The Spy Next Door

The Spy Next Door

Former CIA spy Bob Ho takes on his toughest assignment to date: looking after his girlfriend's three kids, who haven't exactly warmed to their mom's beau. And when one of the youngsters accidentally downloads a top-secret formula, Bob's longtime nemesis, a Russian terrorist, pays a visit to the family.

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Nicki M (br) wrote: Not the best. Pretty c grade. Evan reminds me of a younger, cute Drew Barrymore here. Just made me wish I was watching one of her cute rom coms from the 90's! Most of it is a bit sketchy with some stereotypical unlikable supporting characters and idiotic scenes. The romantic ending is nice, and if the rest of the film had been more like it, I might have been more impressed.

Chance P (au) wrote: Meh it was ok but nothing to write home about.

Sandeep S (gb) wrote: It is clear that the Hindi film industry these days are fast becoming more and more westernized with the type of films being churned out...this one is no different...Of course the screenplay is pretty trash and direction is pretty amateurish. The cast of course boasts of non talent actors...all of whom are pointless and not worth analysing...This film is more about the glamour quotient so for those fans of Dhoom 2, this would be your ideal flick...

bill s (it) wrote: Goes for the joke but there is no flow to the action and the story falls rather flat.

Rob S (au) wrote: How can you fucking tell me that Tommy Boy and Black Sheep are worse that the turd that this movie was ?

Jay R (de) wrote: I just like Ernest P Worrell, reminds me of happy childhood times

Russell S (kr) wrote: Iconic, fun packed, gag filled silent comedy with an unforgetable nail-biting final act that never stops giving right until the last second.

Dave C (nl) wrote: Aardman animations tends to fly somewhat under the radar in a universe dominated by the consistently successful Pixar and Disney, but a great film from the animation company should come as no surprise. I'll go out on limb and say that Shuan the Sheep Movie is one of their best films to date, and certainly should be considered as one of the best to be released in past few years. There are some things that take immediate notice, such as the fact that the film unfolds with almost no dialogue, but the the things that really make Shaun memorable are the more intricate subtleties that lie behind making the sequences work so well without dialogue. The directors borrow from a the old fashioned world of physical comedy, fusing this with a masterful sense of pacing and ingenuity that requires a few viewings to fully appreciate. The film brings in the familiar company held British flare, but the film never feels out of place with an American audience, cultural references and all (watch out for references to Terminator and Inception... and even Ferris Bueller). There is also the way the film strays away from the typical hero/villian motif, exchanging the danger for a sense of fun, adventure and some touching scenes of humanity. If there is a villain it would be the animal services worker, but the way he is represented affords him some layered emotional attachment. He is interplayed in to the story as someone who struggles with fitting in and being accepted, a motif that catches the viewer off guard. And these really are the moments that make the film so absolutely wonderful, not just as fun romp but also as a story. Memorable characters, creative ingenuity with the physical comedy, subtle emotions and an expert sense of pacing come together to make Shaun the Sheep highly worth your time.

Barbara C (br) wrote: It's good natured and funny without ever taking anything too seriously. It's not a fabulous film (compared with Waking Ned Devine) but I found it charming which seemed to be its ambition. I acknowledge my Gleeson and Kitsch positive bias.