Central Intelligence

Central Intelligence

After he reunites with an old pal through Facebook, a mild-mannered accountant is lured into the world of international espionage.

Bullied as a teen for being overweight, Bob Stone (Dwayne Johnson) shows up to his high school reunion looking fit and muscular. Claiming to be on a top-secret case, he enlists the help of the former “big man on campus” Calvin Joyner (Kevin Hart), now an accountant who misses his glory days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Central Intelligence torrent reviews

Larry Y (gb) wrote: Incredibly disappointing... it's not even a good stoner movie. Ammending this to say that Ronnie James Dio is the only reason to watch it.

William (ag) wrote: Foreign, Chinese. A very good movie! Slow in parts, but very beautifully photographed. A look at a different time, in a different culture.

Brett A (ca) wrote: Finally got around to watching this. I unfortunately knew most of the funny lines already and it seemed dated and .. well... stupid. I suppose it was an interesting in its day.

Courtney V (nl) wrote: What is God's name is this!!!! I wanted to review a MOVIE that isn't even listed here. What is Flixster pulling?

Ian G (mx) wrote: Antiviral is an interesting first step for Brandon Cronenberg since there are a lot of comparisons than can be made in terms of subject matter to his father David's early work ranging from the Brood, Dead Ringers and the Fly, particularly the creepy fascination of the merging of everything organic and synthetic along with sketchy fascinations with the seedier side of normal behavior. In this case, Brandon has created a little tale of the nature of celebrity and the lengths some people go to to be closer to the stars they idolize, in this case purchasing the varying Hollywood viruses that are rampaging along Sunset Boulevard. When the lastest epidemic is discovered and accidently infects the star scientist Caleb Jones, we going down the prototypical rabbit hole to try and figure out a way to cure and monopolize on the discovery before Caleb becomes a commodity himself. The biggest difference between father and son really here is just hi def production feel and a lot of sterile environments that come into play otherwise seems to be an on the nose tribute to his dad. Average since it doesn't really add anything new but an interesting watch to see if the Cronenberg creepiness is still able to affect all these years later.

Lucas L (ag) wrote: This movie. instantly funny; and a classic. shows a 15 year old boy named John Milton aka Spud (portrayed by Troye Sivan) embarking on his first year at boarding school in South Africa. Almost every aspect of the movie seemed perfect and it sent a mix emotions; happy and sad. This film in particular I was impressed with because it kept quite strongly to the novel, which some films find struggle in doing. What also made this movie strong was the acting from both Troye and John. Troye brought the type of inoccence to the roll, the description did in the book, and John gave a razor sharp performance. To sum up in four words; Spud, Troye, John, Bravo.

Andy V (au) wrote: Depicts some difficult situations immigrants can face.