Get Smart [Blu-ray] [Special Edition] [3 Discs] [With Game] [2008]

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Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (121 out of 127)

Special Features

  • Play movie straight through or in Comedy Optimization Mode with Get Smart Takes, over 45 minutes of hilarious alternative jokes
  • The old "I Hid It in the Movie" trick
  • The Right Agent for the Right Job
  • Max in Moscow
  • Language Lessons
  • The Vomit Reel
  • Spy Confidential
  • Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control
  • Blu-Ray exclusive bonus disc - Get Smart: Kaos Control DVD Game


Get Smart
40-Year-Old Virgin star Steve Carell steps into the telephonic shoes of television's most beloved bumbling detective in this big-screen adaptation of the hit 1960s-era comedy series created by Mel Brooks. The evil geniuses at KAOS have hatched a diabolical plot to dominate every living man, woman, and child on the planet, and their plot gets under way as they attack the headquarters of the U.S. spy agency Control. As a result of the attack, the identity of every agent working for Control has been compromised. Realizing that the only way to thwart KAOS' evil plan is to promote eager but inexperienced Control analyst Maxwell Smart (Carell) to the rank of special agent, the Chief (Alan Arkin) reluctantly teams Smart with Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway) -- a veteran super-spy whose beauty is only surpassed by her lethality. With no real field experience to speak of and nothing but sheer enthusiasm and a handful of fancy spy gadgets to help him accomplish his deadly mission, Maxwell Smart his new partner, Agent 99, will be forced to faces malevolent KAOS head Siegfried (Terence Stamp) and his loyal army of minions in a decisive fight that will determine the fate of the free world. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, David Koechner, Terry Crews, and Ken Davitian co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Steve Carell
    Steve Carell - Maxwell Smart
  • Anne Hathaway
    Anne Hathaway - Agent 99
  • Dwayne Johnson
    Dwayne Johnson - Agent 23
  • Alan Arkin
    Alan Arkin - Chief
  • Terence Stamp
    Terence Stamp - Siegfried

Customer rating

would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    really great, not what I expected at all


    Before I watched this film, I read the reviews of the press and most of them weren't great. I am unfortunately one of those guys who will put himself off watching it because of those bad reviews. I'm gutted I did as this film was simply the personification of brilliance from start to finish. It's slick, stylish and downright comic excellence. Even for a film like this, the special effect and general action would put even James Bond to shame. It's exciting, quite emotional at times, cool at others and just downright silly at the times that are left. Steve Carell plays Maxwell Smart, a secret agent who desperately wants to get on the field. The government agency he works for known only as CONTROL are infiltrated by an evil agency known as KAOS which compromises the identities of all the current field agents. So in order to battle this force and still stay a secret, the chief of CONTROL puts smart on the field and assigns him the title of agent 86 partnering him with the much more experienced Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway). Max looks up to his close friend and one of the best agents on the field, Agent 23 (Dwayne Johnson). He is the James Bond of CONTROL and it's no surprise that Max wants to be so much like him. This is just a really light hearted and fast paced film. I guess it could just be labelled a comedy, but that would just ignore the other great aspects of the film. The action is done really well and isn't the tacky type comedy we have come to associate comedy movies when they feature action. Some of the sequences are genuinely unique and truly edge of your seat. The chemistry between Hathaway and Carell is great and one scene in particular expresses the comedic chemistry between the two. The laser room scene which is somewhat of a cliché for spy movies is superb in this. Carell is the usual silly guy we have come to know and love, his ridiculous expressions and perfected comic timing are all present. It's also very pleasant to see the wonderful Anne Hathaway in a leading role where she isn't the damzel in distress, or the naive teenager. The Bill Murray cameo is also something quite special as agent 13, he's only there for a moment and has about three lines but it's always great to see Bill Murray on our screens. It also seems quite a wrestler fest as well, obviously with the inclusion of Dwayne Johnson as agent 23 but also WWEs The Great Khali as the cliché middle eastern, giant bad guy. Johnson doesn't take his character too seriously, which is something he always manages to shine in playing but manages to pull out the acting stops when he has to enter into the action man role. An awesome movie all round and is definitely worth it just for the sky diving scene and the laser room.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A fun comedy that's surprisingly strong on action


    Get Smart is a really fun movie. It certainly feels like a summer movie event, and the production values go in accordance to that. The actors and the overall goofy tone may the film a really fun action-adventure-comedy. The story is that of Maxwell Smart (Steve Carrell), an inetlligence analyst for CONTROL, a government agency that opposes the evil forces represented by KAOS, led by the villainous Siegfried (Terence Stamp). When the list of CONTROL agents is compromised, and only the unbeatable Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway) remains. She is partnered unwillingly with Max, who has always wanted to be an agent, and together they have to stop KAOS ans make the Chief (Alan Arkin) proud. It's definitely a goofy film, and the comedy is never overlooked. Max definitely bumbles his way through some situations, but surprisingly he knows what he's doing quite a lot of the time, which was refreshing. Also, the humor and the action both work, which made the whole experience wuite a bit of fun. Overall, though I can't compare it to the popular series, which I unfortunately never saw, this is an enjoyable film which I recommend to both lovers of comedy and action.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Funny parts.. :)

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    As you would expect, the 40yr old virgin makes this a very interesting movie. If you like comedy movies that do not take things too seriously this is a great movie to watch. These "smart" agents are not so smart after all but it's up to them to catch the bad guys. There is one part where there on top of a building, the person that their chasing grabs a rope and swings himself thru the window of another building, so the 2 agents try doing the same but instead of entering thru the same window they hit the building wall (very funny!) and as they hang on for dear life Will Farrell says, "whatever you do don't look down!" But the woman still does and then lets go of the rope, turns out they were just 2-3ft above the

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A funny movie...


    I was a fan of the TV show and naturally went to see this in theaters. It is a genuinely funny film. The video is great, but the audio leaves something to be desired. There have been great dolby digital tracks that have out performed some TrueHD tracks. Unfortunately, this isn't one of them. So the audio is nothing to get excited over. This Blu-ray set has tons of special features. In fact, it is a 3 disc set. One disc is devoted exclusively to Digital Copy, and the other to a rather elaborate Blu-ray-exclusive DVD game. All of the special features are in standard definition, which is a shame. All in all, fans of the movie will like this one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Comedy for Everyone


    We went and saw this in theaters, and both my girlfriend and I had a great time. This movie had some great acting to move it along, and although the plot wasn't all that special and somewhat predictable, it didn't ruin the movie in the least bit. Most of this was due to the humor that Carrell provides the entire movie. It worked well with the other characters he surrounded himself with since he was the bumbling idiot while everyone else were the top in the field. The action was alright, nothing special, but its a comedy and not an action film in the least. Definately a movie everyone can enjoy.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    this is an excellent re make of an old tv show

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    from the start to finish just like a episode of the tv series. getting all the gags doors, telephone booth, cos, shoe phone "one of the 1st cell phones", agents, and catch pharses..missed it by this much. I was superied by all of the big actors and comedians in the the movie doing cameo appearance.. i almost missed Bill Murray as Agent 13 . and the war room .. they did a good modern day version of the tv show into a movie. steve carell excellent in the roll of maxwell smart he played it great well worth the price and a very re watchable movie

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Funny Movie

    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I was beginning to stall on Steve Carrell movies and didn't expect this to be all that funny. Wrong. Great play b/t the characters (I always liked Alan Arkin) and Anne Hathaway was beautiful. The Rock was funny, and so was Terence Stamp (another favorite). This movie hit on all cylinders. I was looking forward to another chapter, but haven't heard if that is happening. Dalip Singh is one big dude (his handshake in MacGruber was hilarious).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Get Smart Fun

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    I'm so particular about my comedy movies, but this one really does it for me. It's silly and goofy without being stupid and annoying (and I annoy pretty easily). Honestly, there are so many moments in this movie that just make me feel happy. This is a good watch-while-eating-ice-cream-and-oreos-after-a-bad-day kind of movie.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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