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"The film opens 20 years in the past, on a day that high school seniors Robbie and Calvin - acquaintances but not friends - will never forget. Robbie is the fat, dorky kid that the jocks pick on; Calvin is Mr. Popular, the kid everyone likes, who steps forward to help when one nasty kid embarrasses Robbie beyond imagination. Other references wittily worked into the script include 'Twilight,' 'Goodfellas,' 'Road House,' and 'Sixteen Candles.' Some CIA folks, led by Agent Harris (Amy Ryan) soon arrive at the home of Calvin and Maggie, asking if Calvin has seen Bob Stone, a CIA operative who is wanted for treason and for murdering his partner (Aaron Paul in flashbacks). Amidst a plot line that involves the U.S. Satellite Security Program, and the theft of related encryption codes by someone nicknamed 'The Black Badger,' the film erupts into pandemonium, and a fair share of non-deadly violence, much of it played for comic effect.", www.chron.com
"Johnson, Hart say they really were having that much fun NEW YORK (AP) — On their first day shooting 'Central Intelligence,' their new spy-themed action comedy, Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart were given an extremely difficult scene. Difficult, meaning it was impossible not to break up laughing and ruin the shot. 'Kevin could just not keep a straight face,' says director Rawson Marshall Thurber. Thurber says they eventually nailed the scene, but 'literally if you saw one more frame, you'd see Kevin break up.' Recently, the two actors sat down to discuss what it was like to work together — and whether there is really as much chemistry between them as it looks. Dwayne, just a quick question first — how did you like working with ('Hamilton' creator) Lin-Manuel Miranda on the music for the Disney film 'Moana'? [...] the opportunity came to make the movie together. Yeah, you never know, right? (Laughs).", www.seattlepi.com
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