Spies Like Us - 1985 (PG)


Year of Release: 1985
Rated: PG
Director: John Landis
Approx. Running Time: 102 minutes
Format(s): VHS
My Rating: Not Yet Seen

From Back Cover:

"Chase and Aykroyd are a perfect team. I laughed a lot."

They're double agents without a sneaking suspicion about what their assignment is. But if it has anything to do with comedy, it's sure to be "mission accomplished" for Saturday Night Live alumi Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd, romping through their first movie together: Spies Like Us.

As two workaday government desk jockeys who cheat their way through a civil-service entry exam and - incredibly - become globetrotting operatives, Aykroyd and Chase generate the zany verve and nutty spontaneity of a Bob Hope/Bing Crosby road movie. (Indeed, Hope turns up in a marvelous cameo, golf club in hand.) Top Secret. Eyes only. And laughter assured as our two heroes out maneuver the CIA, the KGB and some missile-minded maniacs in a way that will make you wonder: "With spies like this, who needs enemies?"

My Comments:

I haven't watched this movie yet.

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