Starring: Will Smith, Tom Holland, Ben Mendelsohn, Karen Gillan, Rashida Jones, DJ Khaled, Masi Oka
Animated spy action comedy directed by Nick Bruno and Troy Quane. The story follows super spy Lance Sterling (Will Smith) and scientist Walter Beckett (Tom Holland), who are almost exact opposites. Lance is smooth, suave and debonair. Walter is not.
But what Walter lacks in social skills he makes up for in smarts and invention, creating the awesome gadgets Lance uses on his epic missions. However, when events take an unexpected turn, Walter and Lance suddenly have to rely on each other in a whole new way. And if this odd couple can’t learn to work as a team, the whole world is in peril.
Computer: Identity scan initiated. Hello, Agent Sterling.
Lance Sterling: Let the beat drop.
Lance Sterling: You know how you can tell when you’re the world’s greatest.
[a number of characters repeat his name]
Lance Sterling: Everyone knows the name.
[to the mob boss, after knocking out a mob boss thug]
Lance Sterling: Just three ounces of pressure to the vagus nerve, and then, look at your boy. Sleepy, night-night.
[escaping after being surrounded by enemies]
Lance Sterling: Don’t take the loss so hard. I mean, you got to meet Lance Sterling.
[everyone is applauding Lance]
Lance Sterling: [modestly] Thank you. Thank you. Get back to work. It’s too much.
[the applause stops]
Lance Sterling: It’s probably the right amount.
Lance Sterling: But still go back to work.
Joy Jenkins: Lance Sterling. A legendary spy, who’s always dressed to impress. Walter Beckett. Graduated MIT at fifteen, and works in the tech innovations lab.
Walter Beckett: There are so many gadgets I want to test in the field. For example, the inflatable hug.
[he presses the button on his gadget and it inflates into a balloon]
Walter Beckett: Kind of a personal protection device I’ve been developing.
[the balloon starts to deflate]
Lance Sterling: This is a vile waste of taxpayer dollars.
Joy Jenkins: This is your next objective. None of our agents can get close to him.
Walter Beckett: Agent Sterling.
[Lance enters the elevator]
Walter Beckett: Wait, wait, wait, wait!
[Walter rushes into the elevator just as the door closes]
Walter Beckett: I’ve been working on this thing at home. It is going to change spying forever. It’s called biodynamic concealment. Imagine, if I could make you, wait for it, drum roll please.
[in a bizarre showy way]
Walter Beckett: Disappear.
Lance Sterling: Disappear.
[Walter says it in that strange bizarre way again]
Walter Beckett: Disappear.
Lance Sterling: Why are you saying it like that?
Walter Beckett: For effect.
Walter Beckett: [to Lance] I have something that can help. It’s called Biodynamic Concealment. Imagine, if I could make you disappear.
Lance Sterling: That next generation concealment tech, you wouldn’t happen to have it on hand, would you?
Walter Beckett: I do happen to have it in-hand.
[he holds up the glass of liquid he’s holding and winks]
Lance Sterling: Show it to me.
Walter Beckett: Sure. Um, well, can I offer you a drink? I got water, drinkable meal replacement…
[Lance suddenly takes the glass of liquid from Walter’s hand and drinks all of it]
Lance Sterling: Hm, we had a drink. Ugh, diet stuff has a weird after taste. What’s the tech?
Walter Beckett: [nervously] Um, well, you just drank it.
[the tech starts to take effect on Lance]
Lance Sterling: What’s happening to my hand?!
[after Lance has been transformed into a pigeon by Walter’s tech]
Walter Beckett: It worked.
[Lance screams in horror]
Walter Beckett: Subjects appears disoriented.
Lance Sterling: Walter, what did you do?
Walter Beckett: Hey, Lance, look at me.
Lance Sterling: Look at you? I can’t not look at you, Walter. I can see my butt and your face at the same time!
Walter Beckett: Cool!
Walter Beckett: Pigeons are everywhere and nobody notices them.
[a female pigeon cuddles up to Lance, who tries to push her away]
Lance Sterling: Oh, girl.
Walter Beckett: It’s the most perfect form a spy could take.
[pushes the female pigeon away from him]
Lance Sterling: Stop, girl, seriously.
[angrily stomps towards Walter]
Lance Sterling: You better un-bird me right now! That’s it, I’m not playing with you! Un-bir… I’m raising my voice. I probably shouldn’t be raising my voice at you. I need you to un-bird me, Walter.
Walter Beckett: Technically, you birded yourself.
Walter Beckett: Being a pigeon can make you an even better spy. Pigeons are everywhere, and nobody notices them. In fact, pigeons can see in slow motion. And pigeons can fly up to ninety-two miles per hour.
Lance Sterling: There’s a bad guy who needs to be stopped. And now I have to try to stop him while being a bird.
Walter Beckett: Lucky for you, I’m your wingman.
Eyes: That was tight.
Marcy Kappe: Did anyone else see a pigeon?
Lance Sterling: Don’t you throw me off this…
[Walter throws him off the roof]
Lance Sterling: Wooh!
Walter Beckett: He’ll figure it out.
Lance Sterling: Alright, Kamora.
Lance Sterling: It’s about to get messy. It’s time to go sleepy, night-night.
[pigeon Lance tries to knock Kimura out on his vagus nerve, but all his wing does is land softly across the his neck]
Lance Sterling: I miss my hands.
Walter Beckett: We have different skillsets. That’s what makes us such a great team.
[Walter hugs pigeon Lance]
Lance Sterling: Walter, you’re squeezing too…
[suddenly Lance’s pops out an egg]
Lance Sterling: What happens in the submarine stays in the submarine.
What do you think of Spies in Disguise quotes? Let us know what you think in the comments below as we’d love to know.