Central Intelligence

After he reconnects with an awkward pal from high school through Facebook, a mild-mannered accountant is lured into the world of international espionage.
Year:

2016

Rated:

PG-13

Run Time:

107 min

Combined Rating:

6.53

Genre:
Action, Comedy, Crime
Directed by:
Rawson Marshall Thurber
Written by:
Ike Barinholtz, David Stassen, Rawson Marshall Thurber
Release Date:
17 Jun 2016
Main Stars:
Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Danielle Nicolet
IMDb Rating:

6.3

RT Critics Rating:

7.1

RT Users Rating:
Letterboxd Rating:

5.2

Metacritic Rating:
Budget:
$50,000,000
Worldwide Gross:
$216,972,543
Profit / Loss:
Awards:
2 wins & 8 nominations
Plot:
Calvin Joyner was voted in high school the guy most likely to succeed. 20 years later he's an accountant. As his high school reunion approaches, he tries to make contact with his old schoolmates. And someone named Bob Stone contacts him. He says that he was known as Robbie Weirdicht in school. Calvin remembers that he was picked on, as a matter of fact after an extremely nasty prank he left school. They agree to meet and Calvin is surprised by how much he has changed. Bob asks Calvin to help him out. He says yes and the next thing he knows some men burst into his home. They're CIA, the one in charge is looking for Stone, she says he's a rogue agent. When they can't find Bob they leave. Later he approaches Calvin telling him, he is not a rogue agent, he's trying to find a person known as the Black Badger who is planning to sell some information that in the wrong hands can be disastrous. so he needs Calvin's help to stop him. Calvin's not sure whom he should believe.
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