Spies in Disguise (2019) - Animation, Action, Adventure

Hohum Score

9

Engaging

When the world's best spy is turned into a pigeon, he must rely on his nerdy tech officer to save the world.

IMDB: 6.8
Director: Nick Bruno
Stars: Rachel Brosnahan, Jarrett Bruno
Length: 102 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 11 out of 89 found boring (12.35%)

One-line Reviews (52)

The story, as expected, had many predictable moments like any animated movie aimed for children.

For me, however, it's absolutely uninspiring.

Lance had this cool arrogance to him that made him very entertaining to watch, and he as his friendship with Walter became better so did he.

When Lance ( Will Smith) did what he did best especially in the beginning it was entertaining.

The film had some good ideas about pacifism, being weird and working together with somebody you don't have anything in common with but fails to execute these ideas due to its uninteresting characters.

In general, Will Smith is a well-known highly respected actor with an accomplished set of skills, however some of his roles are quite predictable.

this might be one of the better Blue Sky films in a long time, okay it's not quite as great as Ice Age or the Peanuts Movie, but it's better then most of the Blue Sky films out there, Spies in Disguise is a nice, refreshing, super funny and action packed film from Blue Sky, it has a engaging story with lots of comedy and action that blends well together, the animation is stylish, creative and colourful, the characters are charming and memorable, the voice acting is top notch and it has great music provided, yes it's cliched and sometimes the humour can be a little gross,if you need a film to see for the whole family, take them to see this, forget Cats and Rise of Skywalker, go see this great family film.....

SPIES IN DISGUISE REVIEW :-We have seen lots of spy films, most of them were thrilling, some were engaging, some had comedy touch and big turnaround moments in the Climax.

It's very entertaining and has lots of great life lessons.

Predictable .

That said, the entire cast itself is exceptional, especially considering this is a cast more known for entertaining in general, rather than acting specifically.

I found the plot to be utterly banal and tedious and the techie kid borders on nauseating, with his desire to hug the world and make spy weapons that save people instead of kill them.

Weak story and boring characters .

This movie also has some predictable moments in it, the first one beginning (SPOILERS) in the opening scene when Walter is very young, and his mom's a cop, and she says "I'll always have your back", and I thought to myself "ok, the moms gonna die and the movie will use that to have Walter and Lance have a bonding moment" and all of that ends up happening.

The jokes were varied and some landed better than others, but overall an entertaining experience.

a guy who pride himself on "flying solo" until he realizes an up-and-coming "gadget developer," Walter, may just have a different approach to combating evil that ultimately comes across as compelling and endearing v.

It was an enjoyable film for families.

The humor that wasn't gross out was well written for the most part, but some jokes get too dragged out or are simply unfunny.

In other places, the film is very predictable.

And the action sequences were surprisingly entertaining and inventive.

Disguised As Kiddy Spy Film, But These Agents Are Action Packed .

But when events take an unexpected turn, this unlikely duo is forced to team up for the ultimate mission that will require an almost impossible disguise - transforming Lance into the brave, fierce, majestic pigeon.

After several duds of recent years for Will Smith I got dragged along to this film expecting another tedious overblown ego effort only aimed at children this time.

There are a few moments which dont exactly work but other than that, it's worth watching.

But when events take an unexpected turn, Walter and Lance suddenly have to rely on each other in a whole new way.

Despite a cliché spy story and forced humour its an enjoyable piece of movie even after the trailer that told me to stay away.

Which brings me to how contrived this film is from its dialogue to its story to its characters.

He seems quite pretentious and won't shut his mouth so I can sympathize with Lance's annoyance with him.

Surprising good and exciting .

However, besides all the initial glamour thrown at you within the first 10 minutes you would soon be immersed enough to look past it's initial facade.

Quite cliche in terms of story line, but overall it's really enjoyable for family with kids

Boring .

It's constantly uninteresting, even if it's never exactly boring, and its cartoony slapstick doesn't make up for its by-the-numbers characters and plot.

Writing and the screenplay is highly engaging and believe it or not you don't even realise when those 100 minutes are gone.

The comedy was enough for me to ignore the weak story line, and we enjoyed it very much.

Amusing and entertaining with a half decent script that everyone seemed to enjoy.

A gay couple, female suporirtiy and a cliché low attempt of a spy story .

Funny and entertaining .

Movie was fun, exciting, suspenseful and enjoyable for the entire family.

I enjoyed it

Every cliche in the book.

Save your money, take your kids out for ice cream .

This does not mean the film is bad though, and in fact it's quite enjoyable.

The cliche boring bad guy.

Is fun, has a message, it's action packed and you know what, with a little more investment this one has the potential to have a part 2...

The story besides the middle act was pretty fascinating.

By the looks of it, the movie aims to target the likes of children and young teens and probably would give the adults just an enjoyable movie.

Predictable Hollywood storyline where intellectually superior kid teaches stupid, shallow adult about life and good and evil.

Would highly recommend it

Mildly Entertaining .

He even has a tinge of Vash the Stampede in him, with his pretentious morals about pacifism which ends up getting him hurt at times.

A decent cliche.