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Get Smart

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3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Get Smart (2008) Feb. 6 2009
By PMikey
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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4.0 out of 5 stars agents out to Russia..in post chechnyean world Dec 8 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
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 aftermath..at the beginning..on the dvd..we are given icons..to 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 up..so he brings across anne hathaway..in 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 world..mutual 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 99...an 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 up..to get over this..involve you in this story..is the only place the store livens up.. Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Very Appropriate Tribute to the Original Dec 23 2008
By Ian Gordon Malcomson HALL OF FAME TOP 50 REVIEWER
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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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars very bad condition June 20 2013
By Ning
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
The movie is in a very bad condition, and if i know that i won't order it. Now the only reason i am not returning it is that i don't want to bother.
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67 of 74 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really Great, Not What I Expected At All Oct. 25 2008
By Steven Stewart - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Before I watched this film, I read the reviews of the press and most of them weren't great. I am unfortunately one of those guys who will put himself off watching it because of those bad reviews. I'm gutted I did as this film was simply the personification of brilliance from start to finish. It's slick, stylish and downright comic excellence. Even for a film like this, the special effect and general action would put even James Bond to shame. It's exciting, quite emotional at times, cool at others and just downright silly at the times that are left.

Steve Carell plays Maxwell Smart, a secret agent who desperately wants to get on the field. The government agency he works for known only as CONTROL are infiltrated by an evil agency known as KAOS which compromises the identities of all the current field agents. So in order to battle this force and still stay a secret, the chief of CONTROL puts smart on the field and assigns him the title of agent 86 partnering him with the much more experienced Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway). Max looks up to his close friend and one of the best agents on the field, Agent 23 (Dwayne Johnson). He is the James Bond of CONTROL and it's no surprise that Max wants to be so much like him.

This is just a really light hearted and fast paced film. I guess it could just be labelled a comedy, but that would just ignore the other great aspects of the film. The action is done really well and isn't the tacky type comedy we have come to associate comedy movies when they feature action. Some of the sequences are genuinely unique and truly edge of your seat. The chemistry between Hathaway and Carell is great and one scene in particular expresses the comedic chemistry between the two. The laser room scene which is somewhat of a cliché for spy movies is superb in this.

Carell is the usual silly guy we have come to know and love, his ridiculous expressions and perfected comic timing are all present. It's also very pleasant to see the wonderful Anne Hathaway in a leading role where she isn't the damzel in distress, or the naive teenager. The Bill Murray cameo is also something quite special as agent 13, he's only there for a moment and has about three lines but it's always great to see Bill Murray on our screens. It also seems quite a wrestler fest as well, obviously with the inclusion of Dwayne Johnson as agent 23 but also WWEs The Great Khali as the cliché middle eastern, giant bad guy. Johnson doesn't take his character too seriously, which is something he always manages to shine in playing but manages to pull out the acting stops when he has to enter into the action man role.

An awesome movie all round and is definitely worth it just for the sky diving scene and the laser room.
39 of 43 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A perfect blend of action and comedy! Sept. 27 2008
By M. Perry - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray
This film is the first I'd seen in YEARS where I actually laughed often during the entire film! Steve Carell is a fitting Maxwell Smart, bringing the personality and humor the character requires. (I'd been a fan of the old tv series, watching re-runs on Nick at Nite.) He's really the only man for the job that I could even picture in the role. And Anne Hathaway steals the show as the beautiful Agent 99. Anne and Steve compliment each other in every scene with hilarious, witty dialogue and facial expressions that only they can do. The Rock was also awesome as Agent 23. And Alan Arkin is surprisingly side-splitting as the Chief! I laughed at everything he did/said! SEE THIS FILM.
32 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Entertaining!!! Oct. 6 2008
By MovieLover - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I don't go to very many movies at the theater, usually wait for the DVDs to come out. Get Smart, however, is one movie that I saw twice at the theaters. Laughed my head off both times. Steve Carell plays an excellent Maxwell Smart and Anne Hathaway is great as his beautiful and sexy sidekick. If you remember the TV show you'll love this movie. The nuances connecting the movie to the show will make you smile.
33 of 38 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars REVIEW for the new 2 DVD edition NOT the movie Nov. 4 2008
By Richardson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Hi Folks,
Being a huge fan of the original I missed this in theaters due to negative reviews..it isn't as bad as they made out...and is better than much I've wasted my money on...all that said...the SINGLE DISC version is a much better deal in my opinion..

the 5 bonus features on the second disc of this set..all add up to about 20 minutes!! There isn't a really solid "making of" to be found in this deluxe 2 disc edition. There was no need for a second disc for this skimpy bunch of nothing. The Digital copy is truly the ONLY reason for anyone to buy this version and that is what my review is about. There are plenty of reviews of the movie..but if you don't need the digital copy ..stick with the single disc edition..this bunch of truly nothing isn't worth your money..
OH..I almost forgot the annoying 1st disc special feature with the bonus 62% more "laughs" ...well the reason its annoying is that you can't simply choose this version..(which wouldn't make sense anyway as many of the additional laughs were versions of scenes cut or deleted for ones in the movie so we are seeing alternative versions of funny scenes) but have to have your remote in hand and instead of an icon which shows up on screen the whole picture freezes up and shows you an image of a remote and you then hit enter and see the additional laughs (or additional attempts at laughs)..as if you can even remember where you were in the story after all that ...over and over and over...really not a viewing option for anyone who isn't overly curious to see all the less than stellar bi-product of the production to understand why those "laughs" never made the movie in the first place.

I wish I'd have saved the money and purchased the single disc version.
you have been warned!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars 2nd disc not worth extra purchase Feb. 5 2009
By Sci-fi and history reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Get Smart the movie uses current gags for humor while the tv series used dialog. This difference makes the movie very different from the tv series that disappoints many core fans. The movie is entertaining in its own way, spoofing Entrapment, Alias, and other spy movies along the way. One must always have a dance scene in a spy movie.

What was disappointing was Siegfried and Starkel, who both lacked the goofy incompetence and humor found in the original series. Sure, Max was a goof, but Kaos was even more inept than Control.

The 2nd disc is not worth the extra money in a special edition. The gag reel is rather short and could have been included in the 1st disc. The 1st disc presents the alternative jokes in a very aggravating manner. It forces you to watch the entire movie and it is constantly interrupted with the phone booth elevator. Only by pressing the enter button when the phone booth is shown, will the alternative gag line be shown. Very tedious to be constantly interrupted and having to press the button to watch the gags. It would have been much easier and entertaining to watch the gags the standard way with their own menu.

Overall the movie was entertaining, but the poor special features in the 2-Disc Special Edition results in a 1-star deduction due to the higher purchase cost. The single disc edition is good enough and a better value for your money. Wished that other reviewers could have explained the 2nd disc in more detail, would have saved some money and only purchased the single disc version. If you already have the single disc version, no need to buy this 2-disc version.
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