PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
A highly intellectual but socially awkward spy is tasked with preventing a terrorist attack from a Russian spy agency.
Barbara Feldon, the original Agent 99, allegedly turned down an invitation to appear in the movie.
Oh gee, Maxi-pad, I haven't heard that one before!
Maxwell Smart: I never have actually heard that one before.
When Siegfried's car is driving away from the Disney Hall at the end of the movie, the background keeps changing. First, they are on a street in an industrial zone. In the next shot, they are in the middle of the bridge. After that, they are driving through a neighborhood full of houses.
The Warner Bros logo is a lock on CONTROL vault doors, which opens up and let the doors swing open.
English, Russian, Punjabi, Arabic
BRL 2,026,300 (Brazil) (22 June 2008)
$130,319,208 (USA) (6 November 2008)
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