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Spies in disguise marcy. 6:00 AM PST 12/16/2019 by Will Smith, Tom Holland and Ben Mendelsohn voice the main characters in a computer-animated film from Fox Animation. Disney will take the money and run from Spies in Disguise. Inherited from Fox when the studio was gobbled up by its crosstown rival, this manic piece of spy vs. spy mayhem is narratively challenged in a major way and resembles nothing Disney itself would have made on its own. Undemanding young viewers will go with the flow and laugh at all the obvious, albeit mostly lame, gags, and the combination of Will Smith and Disney over the holidays assures a quick but lucrative haul. Inspired by a six-minute 2009 short by Lucas Martell called Pigeon: Impossible that bears little resemblance to its big-bucks offspring — other than for a bird’s inadvertent mucking about in top-secret warfare technology — this is a rambunctious international adventure yarn equipped with very little of the narrative care that goes into most of Disney’s own animated ventures. Antic and frantic, Spies is very much a one-joke affair, which is fine for a short but woefully insufficient for a 101-minute feature. The joke, which is funny for a couple of minutes, is that Lance Sterling (Smith), American secret agent supreme, is inadvertently turned into a blue pigeon by precocious young science genius Walter (Tom Holland), whose attempts at creating an invisibility potion have gone a bit astray. Very proud of his physical attributes, most notably his bulging shoulders and chest, which his long spindly legs hardly seem like quite enough to support, Lance insists that his colleagues “unbird” him at once, but Walter hasn’t quite gotten the hang of that yet. There’s a mad dash through Washington, D. C., to push the action quotient at the expected level, whereupon it’s off to wannabe exciting interludes at a Mexican resort, a secret weapons lab in the North Sea and then Venice, where Lance meets a great many more pigeons. Under the circumstances, maybe he would have been happier just staying there instead of heading home again. What’s striking about the script by Brad Copeland and Lloyd Taylor, from a screen story by Cindy Davis, is how exceptionally unmotivated the whole story is. Numerous excuses are invented for big action sequences all over the world, but it never feels like there’s a rhyme or reason to where the characters are going or what they’re doing once they arrive. Yes, there’s a supervillain of sorts, a terrorist named Killian (Ben Mendelsohn) who’s into weaponized drones, but he and all the rest of the goons could not be more generic. Little kids playing good guys and bad guys could come up with something this basic on a moment’s notice, and there’s no special dimension or plain old imagination here to generate genuine engagement or even just old-fashioned fun. With Smith voicing the lead, things can’t be all lame all the time, and he does get off some nice bons mots and amusingly egocentric remarks from time to time. However, his preening and condescension quickly become overbearing, and if you can’t even muster a sense of risk for your characters that’s at least artificially engaging, a larky action-suspense piece is going to leave a good deal to be desired. Production companies: Fox Animation, Blue Sky Studios, Chernin Entertainment Distributor: Disney Voice cast: Will Smith, Tom Holland, Rashida Jones, Ben Mendelsohn, Reba McEntire, Rachel Brosnahan, Karen Gillan, DJ Khaled, Masi Oka Directors: Troy Quane, Nick Bruno Screenwriters: Brad Copeland, Lloyd Taylor, screen story by Cindy Davis, inspired by the animated short film Pigeon: Impossible by Lucas Martell Producers: Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, Michael J. Travers Executive producers: Chris Wedge, Kori Adelson Production designer: Michael Knapp Editors: Randy Trager, Christopher Campbell Rated PG, 101 minutes.
Spies in disguise 3d. Spies in disguise trailer in hindi. Spies in disguise full movie online free. Really fun movie, trailer has the right tone but some things weren't in the movie, lance is only lance for the first 20 or so mins.
The lone wolf spy schtik is laid on way too thick in this movie, as despite walter showing his way is better lance is like 'nope i got this' will smith seems to be phoning in his performance for some of it as his dialogue lacks effort in places.
I think they left some obvious story beats for a sequel which imho are lances 'flock' drink the antidote/ serum/ use the bow tie insta change gizmo, and 'lovey' who is kinda 'dark' would make an interesting villain with jeff and the other one being her henchmen.
Also no reference to lances egg after he laid it ?
I would add it is like inspector gadgets dr claw meets james bond and q.
Spies in disguise trailer cz. Plot twist: Their father is really an evil wizard and he was just using his sons to bring him back to life so that he can take over the world. Spies in disguise showtimes near me. The characters from the film Spies in Disguise. open/close all folders Lance Sterling The world's greatest secret agent, who ends up on the run after being framed as the mastermind behind the drone attacks. The Ace: He's the world's greatest secret agent for a reason. Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Pigeon Lance is bright blue, with a small mark resembling a bow tie on his chest. Awesome Mc Coolname: And how! Badass in a Nice Suit: His regular attire consists of a snazzy black suit, and he's the world's greatest secret agent. Baleful Polymorph: He gets turned into a pigeon by one of Walter's inventions. Big Ol' Eyebrows: Has rather thick eyebrows. Blue Is Heroic: His pigeon form is mainly blue. But for Me, It Was Tuesday: Didn’t remember Killian until he pointed out the mission, saw him as just another bad guy he faced before. Chick Magnet: Literally — when Lance turns into a pigeon, Lovey tries to cozy up to him, much to his annoyance. Clear My Name: He's framed as the mastermind behind Killian's schemes, and his goal in the movie is to prove that it wasn't him. Furry Reminder: This bit: Walter: Lance, look at me. Lance: L-look at you?! I can't not look at you, Walter! I can see my butt and your face at the same time! Expy: Of James Bond. Or specifically, Daniel Craig 's take on the character. Freudian Excuse: His The Lone Wolf mentality and actions stem from not wanting to see any more of his fellow agents die in the line of duty. Ink-Suit Actor: His (human) character design greatly resembles his actor, Will Smith. Irony: Before he become one himself, Lance had a low opinion of pigeons, seeing them as "rats with wings". Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Starts out with a massive ego ( though not without a reason), and fires Walter for incorporating one of his cutesy gadgets into a mission despite it proving to actually be effective in the battle. He also blames Walter for turning him into a pigeon ( despite him being the one who took the potion before Walter had a chance to explain what it does), and spends the first half of the movie hating Walter's guts because of it. Because of his status as a pigeon and being framed for a federal crime, he does suffer a Break the Haughty moment, and spending time with Walter caused him to warm up to him and realize that his inventions are useful after all. It's also revealed that a lot of his mannerisms stem from not wanting to see any more good agents die in the line of duty. Jerkass Has a Point: If you take away the morality of Walter's Do No Harm practices, Lance's contempt for him at the beginning of the movie isn't exactly unmerited. Regardless of the effectiveness of Walter's unorthodox gadgets, it doesn't change the fact that Walter meddled with Lance's equipment behind his back without his consent, and doing so caused Lance to be affected the same as his assailants and got a knife dangerously close to his throat due to being caught off-guard. Such behavior in spying and government businesses is inexcusable since as little as one miscommunication or mistake can mean the difference between success and failure, or life and death. Lance was the most merciful compared to how Joy Jenkins would've handled the news. The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body: While sneaking into Kimura's hotel, he is unable to stop himself from eating some discarded food from under a table. Lance: Why am I eating food off the ground? Why does it taste amazing?! Morphic Resonance: While in pigeon form, he retains his Big Ol' Eyebrows while the lower half of his body is a darker blue as a holdover from his suit. The bowtie also appears as a bow-shaped mark on his chest. My God, What Have I Done? : He has a minor silent one when Killian reveals that the attack Lance led in Kyrgyzstan killed Killian's entire crew and horribly disfigured him. Scary Black Man: Well, as scary as a Will Smith character can get, but he's definitely not someone you'd want to fight against. Walter Beckett A scientist at the same agency Lance works at, whose non-violent (yet still effective) gadgets are ridiculed by fellow scientists and agents alike. Lance turns to him to make him "disappear" after he gets framed. Adorkable: He is very awkward around other people. All of the Other Reindeer: Was always treated as "weird" by everyone else, from when he was a child up to his young adult years. Ambiguous Disorder: Walter is socially awkward and secluded, is gifted in science, has a bizarre obsession with pigeons (and to a lesser extent, Korean pop culture), expresses his knowledge in pigeons via random facts about them, has strange ideas when it comes to his inventions, and is often considered "weird" by everyone because of this. Obviously, Walter heavily shows signs of having Asperger's Syndrome, although it's never directly stated nor are the movie's intentions clear. Child Prodigy: He's been studying chemistry and technology since he was a young child. Childish Tooth Gap: He had this as a child. CloudCuckoolander: Both as a child and as a young adult, Walter is considered "weird" by his peers because he insists that criminals should be dealt with non-lethally. However... The Cuckoolander Was Right: Walter's gadgets, such as the "kitty glitter", do ultimately serve as effective distractions for criminals, and Walter is successfully able to non-lethally bring Killian into custody using his "inflatable hug" device. Disappeared Dad: No mention is ever made of his father, even in the prologue where he's a child. Expy: Of Ben Whishaw 's version of Q. Gadgeteer Genius: Provides the gadgets that Lance uses. Ink-Suit Actor: His character design is a blue eyed caricature of his VA, Tom Holland. In Name Only: He has the same name as the main character from Pigeon: Impossible, and that's about it. Save the Villain: As part of his Thou Shalt Not Kill schtick, he saves Killian by trapping him in an inflatable hug. Super Cute Super Powers: Walter definitely seems to be In Touch with His Feminine Side when it comes to his work, as most of his gadgets involve glitter, stuffed animals, kittens, or the color pink. This initially causes embarrassment towards Lance when he's forced to use them in battle, although he learns to embrace it after realizing their efficacy. Teen Genius: He graduated MIT at 15 years old. Thou Shalt Not Kill: His moral compass. He deeply believes that violence is never the answer and all of his gadgets are made to be as safe as possible yet still effective, much to the doubt of everyone at the agency, including Lance. His gadgets prove to be very effective after all. Wide-Eyed Idealist: He sees the world as populated not by "good people" and "bad people", but just people he can help. What You Are in the Dark: He insists the whole movie that villains should be dealt with non-lethally. In the climax, he puts Killian in an "inflatable hug" to bring him into custody even though it puts Walter himself at risk of falling to his death. Lovey, Jeff and Crazy Eyes From left to right: Jeff, Lovey and Crazy Eyes The pigeons that accompany Lance and Walter on their mission. Lovey is Walter's pet pigeon, while Jeff and Crazy Eyes are wild pigeons who bring Lance into their flock. Abhorrent Admirer: Lovey falls in Love at First Sight with Lance's pigeon form, which greatly irritates him. Ambiguously Gay: Lovey becomes this after The Reveal that Lance's pigeon body is biologically female. Beware the Nice Ones: Lovey is downright ruthless when it comes to those she deems her enemies. When Marcy's agents corner Lance and Walter in Venice, she suggests that they Kill Them All. Lance, who has no qualms about killing when necessary, calls this "dark". During the Final Battle, she saves Marcy from a drone that was behind her shoulder, then claims she was aiming for Marcy's head. The Big Guy: Jeff is the largest of the pigeons we get to see in the film. Blood Brothers: Jeff and Crazy Eyes are from the same flock. Clingy Jealous Girl: Lovey is cute and sweet, but shows some disturbing possessive tendencies towards Lance. Expy: Crazy Eyes' goofy design and tendency to eat everything he sees (which somehow benefits the heroes' team) is very reminiscent of Heihei from Moana. Extreme Omnivore: Crazy Eyes will eat anything. Fat and Skinny: Jeff and Crazy Eyes, respectively. Fish Eyes: Crazy Eyes is named for his eyes. Gonk: Crazy Eyes has an uglier and more exaggerated design than the other pigeons, with large bulging eyes, scraggly feathers, and a skinny body. He also jarringly sports a used lollipop on his head. Love at First Sight: Lovey falls for Pigeon Lance at first glance. Loyal Animal Companion: All three of them. Special mention goes to Lovey, as she was Walter's pet from the beginning. Nice Hat: Crazy Eyes wears a lollipop on his head. Non-Human Sidekick: They all serve as this to Lance and Walter. Secret Weapon: Crazy Eyes becomes this after he swallows Walter's gadget pen. The unpredictability of his attacks quickly make him a valuable asset to the team. Smarter Than You Look: Crazy Eyes, though dopey-looking and an Extreme Omnivore, is just as smart as the other pigeons. Those Two Guys: Jeff and Crazy Eyes, who are rarely seen apart. Marcy Kappel The agent assigned to take Lance down after he (supposedly) goes rogue. Hero Antagonist: She spends most of the movie trying to capture Lance, but as far as she knows she's chasing after an agent who suddenly went rogue. Once she sees proof of Lance's innocence, she's back on his side with no hard feelings, albeit without an explicit apology. Ink-Suit Actor: Has more than a passing resemblance to her voice actor. Inspector Javert: Her main contribution to the plot is her doing her job as an Internal Affairs agent. Internal Affairs: She serves in essentially her agency's equivalent. Eyes Ears Joyless The head of H. T. U. V., and Lance's direct superior. Big Good: She's the head of the organization Lance, Walter, and Marcy all work at. Killian A mysterious cyborg villain with a grudge against Lance and the H. V. in general. All There in the Script: His name is never spoken onscreen, and is referred to as "Robo-Hand" by Lance and Walter. Authority Equals Asskicking: He's the former leader of a criminal organization and can easily overpower the otherwise nigh-untouchable Lance. Awesome Aussie: A villainous example. He has an Australian accent courtesy of Ben Mendelsohn and is the Big Bad. When he and Lance confront each other for the first time, he's able to overpower Lance very quickly. Best Served Cold: His modus operandi. All of his actions are made in an effort to destroy Lance Sterling for wiping out his previous crew. Big Bad: Of the movie. Create Your Own Villain: Turns out, whatever Lance did in Kyrgyzstan wiped out Killian's crew and horrifically maimed him. Cyborg: He has a cybernetic left arm and eye. The Dreaded: Kimura was reluctant to talk about him for fear of his life. Even Evil Has Loved Ones: It's implied that he was somewhat close to his original crew, considering he really didn't take it well when Lance killed them. His actions in the present are partially to avenge them. Exact Words: After a scientist he kidnapped finishes his work, Killian decides to get rid of him. The scientist protests that Killian had promised to let him go, to which Killian agrees, letting him go... by dropping him into the ocean. Expy: Due to his robot arm and rivalry with the crime-fighting, gadget-using protagonists, it's easy to draw comparisons between him and Dr. Claw. Although, he's not The Faceless. Frame-Up: After scanning Lance's face in their encounter at the beginning of the film, he uses a holographic mask to frame Lance for his crimes. Hypocrite: It would be easier to sympathize with his motives (his entire crew was killed in a past operation) if his plans didn't involve killing even more people than Lance likely did, including innocents. Ink-Suit Actor: His character design has a bit of resemblance to his voice actor. Knight of Cerebus: Considering his goal is to eradicate an entire spy organization simply because one of their agents killed his former crew, he is not a threat to be taken lightly. Never My Fault: He blames Lance for killing all his men and (in his own words) taking everything from him, while ignoring the fact that Lance only did his job and the fact that he was a criminal who tried to kill innocent people. Not So Above It All: Not even he can resist Walter's kitten glitter. Red Right Hand: His cybernetic arm, which he hides while pretending to be Lance. Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: His menacing presence really stands out in an otherwise wacky comedy, with his villainy being played completely seriously. It's also not glossed over that his end goal would kill a lot of people. Katsu Kimura Voiced by: Masi Oka An arms dealer who supplies Killian with the drones. Acrofatic: He's large, but he's no slouch in combat. Alliterative Name: K atsu K imura. The Dragon: To Killian. Hidden Depths: Under the effects of Walter's Truth Serum, he states that he knows how to play the flute. Large and in Charge: Contrasted to his lean henchmen he's literally sumo sized. Naked People Are Funny: He's naked the entire time Lance and Walter interrogate him, as they caught him just when he was stepping out of his hot tub. Tattooed Crook: He and his crew have irezumi tattoos. Yakuza: His minions primarily consist of Yakuza goons.
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