Mr. & Mrs. Smith was one our most rented movies of 2005. Marriage has gotten stale and predictable for John and Jane Smith, an average-on-the-surface suburban couple. The husband and wife dully coexist until they discover that they share the same undercover profession: they're both assassins, working for competing firms. Being assigned to kill your own spouse? Well, that certainly adds spice to a mundane relationship!
In recent years, there's been a rebirth in the spy comedy genre with films like Kingsman infusing flashy, sleek espionage action with humor and gags. Check out these hilarious spy films, both old and new.
It's up to two CIA spies who have never left their offices in Washington, D.C., to save the world from nuclear disaster. Trouble begins when the duo enters the Soviet Union while trying to avoid detection by the Russian army and rival spies. Starring Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd, you know this movie is a good time.
After trading in his professional past as a black-ops CIA operative for a new identity, Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is basking in a very normal retirement. But he's forced to return to old habits after he escapes an assault from a team of hit men, and reunites with old allies (Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich) to uncover and survive a deadly conspiracy that's targeting all of them.
This parody of the original "OSS 117" series of the mid-20th century follows OSS agent 117 as he is sent to investigate the disappearance of fellow agent Jack Jefferson, along with a Russian cargo ship, from Cairo. This film is in French, but the hilarity of the characters and James Bond-esque plot transcend any language barrier.
Leslie Nielsen stars in this spoof as bumbling secret agent Dick Steele, who's summoned out of retirement to stop mastermind Gen. Rancor from destroying the planet. At his side is KGB agent Veronique Ukrinsky, whose father is in Rancor's clutches.
Special agent Harry Tasker (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a top spy in the ultra-secret Omega Sector – but his wife (Jamie Lee Curtis) thinks he's just a boring computer salesman. When Harry's identities collide, the Taskers find themselves in the clutches of international terrorists, fighting to save their marriage and their lives. Director James Cameron's action comedy adds romance and special effects to the Oscar-nominated mix.
While babysitting for his girlfriend, undercover agent Bob Ho (Jackie Chan) finds himself thrust back into the world of top-secret adventure after one of his young charges inadvertently downloads a classified file from Bob's computer.
With both their countries threatened by a powerful global crime cartel, the CIA's Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill) and KGB operative Illya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer) must work together in this Cold War thriller inspired by the classic 1960s TV series. The duo's only lead is the daughter (Alicia Vikander) of a missing German scientist, whom they must find soon to prevent a global nuclear catastrophe.
Unassuming CIA analyst Susan Cooper is far from being a James Bond type, but when she's thrust into the field to investigate the disappearance of her partner, she turns into an improbable superspy.
There's a Frenchman after the crown jewels and the throne itself – but not to worry, Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson) is on the case. Well, actually... maybe a little worrying isn't out of order, considering how clumsy Johnny can be! Luckily, his zeal more than makes up for his bumbling manner. Let's hope that can help solve the crime of the century; if not, love in the form of double agent Lorna Campbell (Natalie Imbruglia) might.
When a career accountant (Kevin Hart) reconnects with a former classmate who now works as a CIA operative (Dwayne Johnson), the mild-mannered number-cruncher soon finds himself waist deep in a lethal counterespionage operation.
The world's most shagadelic spy continues his fight against diabolical Dr. Evil and his clone, Mini-Me, as they join forces with a new foe: 1970s villain Goldmember. While trying to stop the trio from world domination, Austin gets help from his dad.
Each determined to win the heart of the same beautiful woman (Reese Witherspoon), two best friends and CIA operatives (Chris Pine and Tom Hardy) turn their elite secret agent skills against each other, heedless of the ever-widening trail of wreckage and collateral damage they leave in their wake.
Getting dumped always hurts, but Audrey (Mila Kunis) is well rid of her ex when he shows up at her door on the run from a band of assassins. Unaware that he's really a spy, Audrey and her best friend soon find themselves plunged into a global conspiracy. Outlander fans will be thrilled to see Sam Heughan don a tuxedo in this upcoming movie.