Both being national security agencies, the CIA and CONTROL have a sometimes friendly, sometimes not so friendly rivalry. CONTROL may now have the upper hand in the rivalry when Bruce and Lloyd, two of their nerdish inventors working in the gadgets laboratory, are close to perfecting their optical camouflage technology (OCT), aka an invisibility cloak. This is much to the chagrin of their counterparts at the CIA, Bob and Howard. The more personal rivalry between Bruce/Lloyd and Bob/Howard is fostered by their respective bosses, who happen to be competitive twin brothers. Bruce and Lloyd may be in deep trouble when their only prototype of the OCT goes missing. They initially believe that Bob and Howard may have it or worse that it has fallen into the hands on CONTROL's arch enemy, KAOS. But they discover that it was stolen by a beautiful woman named Isabella, working for her country, Maraguay. Bruce and Lloyd, with Bruce's girlfriend and fellow CONTROL technology geek Nina at their side...Written by
This spin off takes place during the first half of Get Smart (2008). Larry Miller, who plays a minor part as the head of the CIA in the movie, also appears as his own twin brother the Underchief of Control, here. See more »
In the scene where Isabella describes how her father was kidnapped, we see Isabella as a young girl. The little girl has brown eyes, however the grown up Isabella has green eyes. See more »
Let them go, I'm the one you want.
No I am, I'm the brains, I went to MIT.
You know what? He did, take him.
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There are several outtakes shown during the end credits. See more »
I don't understand why peoples hate this movie. OK is not a Oscar winning but is not as bad as many others, say for example Quarantine and by far is not the worst film. Is entertaining, funny and you don't feel that you have lost one hour of your life. Problem with peoples writing about a movie or another is that you can't trust anybody, good movies listed as sheet and bad movies (and I mean really bad) commented as hors d'oeuvres. Let's try not to judge movies about our expectations, or even if they follow closely or not the action described in a book. If a movie is entertaining and get you in the right mood is OK. Don't expect that a movie cook the meal for you, or change your life, or take your child to the school. Just to worth seeing and make you smile, and from time to time finding a real gem. And don't forget, we need sometime a easy one, not a Titanic (which by the way didn't like it), just something to pass the time, or amusing about dumbness of other human being.
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