Action-Comedy, Parody of the Israeli Mossad. The Mossad and CIA team up to save the world from the "Really Bad Guys" terrorist organization. After an American tech-billionaire is kidnapped in Israel, the Mossad rushes to save him while the CIA send their best agent to help out. The Mossad agent and the CIA agent must work together even though they conflict like everything else in the Middle East. Should they fail at saving the world, the retiring director of the Mossad will lose his chance to light a torch in the Independence Day torch-lighting ceremony. The film features wacky humor, stunts, actors, dialogue and even a credit roll at the end.
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Written by Moran David, Hadas Cohen, Henry
Performed by Sarit Hadad See more »
This is stupid and I love it!
Absurd humor that reminds me of David Zucker, Jim Abrahams and Mel Brooks. Also, (at the beginning of the movie) a little bit of Wakaliwood productions and their $80 budget movies. Too bad that a lot of people cannot understand this kind of humor, thinking that this is just a bad movie. Absurd humor is so rare today. This kind of people cannot also understand sarcasm or black/dark humor. They will just get offended if you make this type of jokes. So sad
8/10 just because, probably, around 20% of the jokes were way too lame and unnecessary. But you can find a lot of funny clever absurd jokes. Overall, a very, very funny movie. Hope to see a sequel
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