You know the story, you know the gags, you know the themes... you watch this film for The Rock. And the truth is that he continues to surprise, showcasing yet again his comedic range. Central Intelligence confirms him as this generation's Arnold Schwarzenegger. Can we expect a political career?
A movie that could've really used some of its title. A very weak comedic effort buoyed down by the same old. The same old tired penis jokes, the "I'm black, I don't..." kind of lines that show nothing other than screenwriting laziness, and absurdly violent and incoherent action setups that are even more boring than Keanu. Grave disappointment, though both Hart and The Rock have commendable energy/personality.
to be honest, love it. smart enough script, and unexpectedly meaningful. just look at the johnson's character, aside from fair enough acting, he's got good point. even though he's bulked up, upside-down from what he was in highschool, and got that spyness cool. he's still into that nerdy stuff, and not ashamed. for some entertaining flick, i saw that as great.
I don't know how they find actresses that are smaller than Kevin Hart to play his love interest. I don't know if they are standing in a trench, or if he's on stilts. Movie magic. Super fantastically unfunny.
Slightly less predictable than this kind of film normally is. I did enjoy the points in where The Rock is actually conveying a sort of ambiguous menace, I'm sort of impressed. I could be more picky but I'm afraid I laughed way too many times to be too critical.