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French Spies (2004)

Double zéro (original title)
Two spies are undercover to track down a nuclear missile while distracting a vilain trying to get world's domination

Director:

Gérard Pirès

Writers:

Alexandre Coquelle (as Matt Alexander), Matthieu Le Naour (as Matt Alexander)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Judor ... Benoît Rivière, dit Ben
Ramzy Bedia ... William Le Sauvage, dit Will
Edouard Baer ... Le Mâle
Georgianna Robertson ... Natty Dreads
François Chattot François Chattot ... Bob d'Auckland
Didier Flamand Didier Flamand ... Pierre de Franqueville
Rossy de Palma ... Le Monocle
Li Xin ... Miss Dan
Nino Kirtadze ... Maman Mâle
François Berland François Berland ... Papa Mâle
Inna Zobova Inna Zobova ... Alexandrie Bogdanova
Elena Soldatova Elena Soldatova ... Alexandra Bogdanova
Zanna Daskova Zanna Daskova ... Body #1
Kristina Tsirekidze Kristina Tsirekidze ... Body #2
Bernard Bloch Bernard Bloch ... Lt. Col. Fosse
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Ben and Bill are the two worst, completely useless agents - real losers. But who else would you send on a super-difficult top-secret mission? The French have just sold a new high-power M51 rocket to the Russians for crazy money. Unfortunately for them, the rocket was hijacked before they could get it of their hands. However, not just any fool is up to neutralizing this threat, but only the craziest and most stupid of them can cope with such a task. An unforgettable voyage awaits them - from Paris to the fairytale Jamaica and right into the enemy's lair! Nothing can stop these bunglers, not tanks, not ninjas and not even a team of top models! No, these guys have their own style, which seems to save the day... Written by russart.com

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devoid of interest
23 December 2006 | by teetoh666See all my reviews

Eric & Ramzy are usually good in comedy shows in theater and TV, but when it comes to this movie, it's a complete failure, not unlike their previous project La Tour Montparnasse Infernale. Austin-powers wannabe attempt, this movie completely lacks humor and is full of bad, very bad jokes. I don't know what M. Pires had in mind when he shot this flick, but such comedies have already been done in the past, more successfully. Unfortunately for M. Pires, the jokes are difficult to get for foreigners, but not only for them, as even for a French person it is hard to find moments that can be enjoyed and lead the audience to laugh. If you wanna see a good movie in this vein, better watch the Austin Powers series or even Leslie Nielsen films than wasting any time with this clone.


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Official Sites:

Warner Bros. [France]

Country:

France | UK

Language:

French | English

Release Date:

16 June 2004 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Agente 000 See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$13,853,682
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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