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Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control (2008)

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A spin-off of the Get Smart movie, centered on Bruce, a techie at CONTROL, and his nerdy analyst cohort, Lloyd.

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Gil Junger
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Masi Oka ... Bruce
Nate Torrence ... Lloyd
Jayma Mays ... Nina
Marika Dominczyk ... Isabella
J.P. Manoux ... Neil
Larry Miller ... Underchief / CIA Chief
Bryan Callen ... Howard
Mitch Rouse ... Bob
Kelly Karbacz ... Judy
Patrick Warburton ... Hymie
Ruben Garfias ... El Presidente
Terry Rhoads ... Maitre D'
Sunkrish Bala ... Upside Down Guy
Erica Zodtner ... Waitress
Winston J. Rocha Winston J. Rocha ... Scientist
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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 Huggo

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Rated PG-13 for crude humor and some language | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

1 July 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

GS: Get Bruce and Lloyd See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Jayma Mays also played a love interest to Masi Oka in the TV show Heroes (2006) during the first season, so it is not the first time they worked together. See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

Isabelle: Impaled by a stuffed elk head, in my country that is the most shameful way to die.
Nina: In many actually.
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There are several outtakes shown during the end credits. See more »

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Features Wii Sports (2006) See more »

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You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You
Written by James Cavanaugh, Russ Morgan and Larry Stock
Produced by Wingood Music Productions, Inc.
Performed by Gary Le Mel
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This is a, "movie?"
2 July 2008 | by andrew-552See all my reviews

This spin-off from the new, "Get Smart," movie more closely resembles one of those episodes of shows like, "CSI," where they focus on the secondary, or even lesser,characters, with the producers harping on about how these are, "wonderful actors," with, "great characters," that need to be given the chance to, "shine," when in fact we all know it's because the real stars wanted a week off. There's a reason those actors and characters aren't the leads, and the same goes for this movie.

Although, I think you'd be hard pressed calling it a, "movie," considering the run time is listed as 72 minutes when, in fact, the actual movie itself barely lasts an hour (another way it's like a TV episode) with the end credits being stretched out ever.... so.... slowly and various average outtakes and scenes not actually in the movie, but obviously intended to be, spliced into them. If the scenes are, "funny," enough to go in the end credits why the heck are't they IN the movie? Having said that, it's mildly amusing without ever being hilarious but hardly worthy of it's own release onto DVD. Unless you're a movie studio looking to suck every last dollar out of your new Summer Blockbuster. Stand up Warner Bros! The best thing in it is Larry Miller, who has the best lines in the film (which might be damning him with faint praise but at least they made me laugh). And I'm including the end credits in that. That way I can sell this review as, "Feature Length."


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