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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001GQ1PR4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #74,324 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ian Gordon Malcomson HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Dec 23 2008
Format: DVD
I was once a child of the sixties, raised on a steady diet of TV comedies loaded with cornball, slapstick, and spoofy routines. The "Get Smart" series was no exception. Its creator, Mel Brooks, went one step further and used it as a clever means to parody the secret workings of the CIA and the KGB during zany time called the Cold War. It was one of my favourite programs because it was outrageously funny, daringly original, full of memorable throwaway lines and next-to-useless gadgets. This latest Steve Carell/Anne Hathaway version definitely lives up to the original. As usual, Max, as bumbling Agent 86 for Control, once again muddles through his assignment in a delightfully goofy manner, while his partner, Agent 99, carries the day with the highest of professional dedication and mettle. The plotline involves a series of hastily planned, loosely strung-together adventures that take us into the heart of the real world of evil where one quickly finds the ever sophisticated energies and destructive designs of Kaos at work. There are lots of close calls and high jinks to keep the viewer amused in this movie: everything from a Control-ordered mission to seek and destroy a Kaos factory that is supposedly making 'yellow cake' to the dynamic duo's follow-up efforts to foil a heinous plot by the archfiend, Seigfried, to destroy the world leadership in one fell swoop. This movie offers the viewer many hair-raising antics, many laughs, and political jabs as it endeavours to bring "Get Smart" into the post-Cold War twenty-first century. Underlying this latest "Get Smart" rendition is the subtle message that Brooks would likely happily endorse: governments, regardless of what side of the issue, are always open to public satire when they overstate and simplify the righteousness of their cause. Good family entertainment and a way for us older types to connect with the younger generation.
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I enjoyed this film..a retro look at an old show..the cast was changed..maybe they werent around..or..on an old TV show "lucy goes to a Hollywood Premier"..I was amused LUcille ball looking back at carole lombard the actress Im sure..and the fame she achieved..humor..sensuality..sophistication..and all those lovers in real life..all over the world..and it came across..and here Barbara Feldon..for what these producers had in mind..the names of old cast members are given..not hers..the world glimpsed through the CHECHNYEAN the beginning..on the dvd..we are given view the film through..and an assortment..of similar antagonists..JAMES BOND FILM..the spy films most produced in the west..Ive often argued..from ENgland i dont rate them as high as other spy writers..and others in the spy services have their own views..these are the eyes..from get smart..and Carrell and Hathaway..are stereotyped one way..and the others.."evil empire"..bombs destruction..CHechnyea..the new enemy is terrorism,..if you read the story/filmthe secret Agent..that was known long ago..and the scriptwriter tries to pump interest into this set he brings across anne physicalness..moving like a ballerina..and there are som elucille ball...who never really had a chance to excell..and for whatever reason..MADD..that is the destruction..and an interesting story is crafted..the CARRELL character is in form..and anne hathaway..I saw this in the theatres..the physicalness and stunts..especially as the CARRELL character is taken in by her..agent enjoyable film..and I just read the story as they present it..IAN FLEMING like..chitty chitty bang bang..and the hathaway role is romped get over this..involve you in this the only place the store livens up..Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By PMikey on Feb. 6 2009
Format: DVD
I found this to be a brilliant re-invention of the original material, true to it's core essence while not being slave to details.

I found the new Max to be a truly sympathetic character (more so than the classic Max) and, at last, we understand how Max can be a respected "Top Agent" and still be such a screw up (tons of theoretical knowledge with very little field experience).

Can't go wrong with this film.
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By Scissorpaws on July 16 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Better than the TV series. Everyone is great. The plot is great. The picture quality is Great. The sound is Great. The cover of the box is Great.
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