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Get Smart Again

By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Slapstick spy spoof with iconic TV heroes, mild innuendo.

Movie NR 2007 93 minutes
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Originally created as a parody of James Bond films, there was still plenty of comic mayhem to be mined when this sequel was made, shown on television, and then released for home viewing.

With all the popular GET SMART sight gags and tropes -- shoe phone, the Cone of Silence, Hover Cover, Agent 99 (Barbara Feldon) now Smart's wife, and the "Would you believe?" popular slogans -- the larger-than-life agents bumble their way through a very thin plot to deliver the laughs and lots of slapstick action.

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