Central Intelligence – Watch Movie Videos,Images : 123movies.com.co
After he reunites with an old pal through Facebook, a mild-mannered accountant is lured into the world of international espionage.
ActorsStarring: Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Amy Ryan, Aaron Paul, Danielle Nicolet, Ryan Hansen, Timothy John Smith, Megan Park, Thomas Kretschmann, Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy, Kumail Nanjiani, Brett Azar, Slaine, Anthony Molinari, Tim Griffin, Arthur Hiou, Joseph Oliveira, Allan Poppleton, Rawson Marshall Thurber, Dylan Boyack, Guy Nardulli, Sione Kelepi, Annie Kerins, Nate Richman, Robert Woo, Phil Reeves, David Stassen, Rickey Brown, Kyle Washburn, Michael Patrick Kane, Sarah K. Thurber, Lawrence Koplin, Macayla Botelho, Clemeen Connolly, Ariana DeFusco, Mikaela Happas
Critic Reviews About Central Intelligence
To call Central Intelligence juvenile is to miss the larger point — namely, that juvenile was most likely the goal.
By now, Hart’s signature patter ought to have grown tiresome, but somehow that’s not the case in this film.
S. Jhoanna Robledo
Common Sense Media
You go along for the ride because Hart and Johnson promise something they can’t deliver: a movie as funny as they are.
Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson’s comedic chemistry save Central Intelligence from being a passable, yet forgettable, mainstream action/comedy.
An action comedy without any action or comedy – not even The Rock’s charisma and enthusiasm can save this dud.
Central Intelligence takes some sadly predictable detours.
Adam R. Holz
A shambolic high-concept farce that doubles as a cautionary tale of where studio comedies go wrong.
Like all good comedies, it’s dotted with things you think you probably shouldn’t laugh at, which only makes them funnier.
The plot is largely irrelevant, the action mostly perfunctory, but if you’re a fan of either Hart or Johnson’s usual movie shtick, Central Intelligence is just about fun enough to recommend.