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“Central Intelligence” was released to theaters on June 17, 2016, and grossed $127.4 million at the box office in North America.

The movie’s two front men, Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson, play an unlikely dynamic duo in the film. Bobby Wierdicht (Dwayne Johnson) and Calvin Joyner (Kevin Hart) went to the same high school together. Calvin was a popular athlete, while Bobby was bullied for being overweight.

Flash forward 20 years, and Calvin is now a forensic accountant who hates his job. One day he gets a friend request on Facebook from a man named Bob Stone, who is in fact Calvin’s former classmate, Bobby Wierdicht. When Calvin decides to meet Stone in person at a bar, he finds out that Stone went on to become a death-dealing CIA agent who now needs his help in saving a compromised U.S. spy satellite system.

This is one of my favorite movies, and I would definitely recommend it to comedy and action lovers alike. When I first saw it in theaters, I couldn’t stop laughing. Hart and Johnson create a comedic chemistry together like no other. I give this movie a 10/10.

21cleiker@usd489.com

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