Comedy about spies and agents

Dangerous adventures, secret agents and captivating storylines, embellished with selected humor – all this can help you spend a pleasant evening alone or digging with friends.

Especially for you, we have compiled a list of the best comedies about spies and agents.

What do you think, is it worth filming a sequel, and what should be in it?

Bald Babysitter: Special Assignment (2005)

Former infantryman Shane Wolfe is ready to go through fire and water to successfully complete the task. He fought dangerous criminals more than once, dodged bullets and looked into the eyes of death itself, but all this is nothing compared to the next mission of the protagonist.

This time, Shane was entrusted with protecting five kids from a dangerous group of terrorists. At first glance, a simple matter turned out to be a difficult task, as the guys do not want to accept a newly-made nanny in their house. Viewing will especially appeal to fans of the unsurpassed Vin Diesel, who plays the main role in the film.

Original title:
The Pacifier

Cast:
Vin Diesel, Lauren Graham, Faith Ford

Country:
Canada, USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.7, IMDb – 5.9

Age limit:
6+

Macho and Nerd (2012)

Two failed cops end up in a restored secret program. During their high school years, Morton and Greg didn’t get along very well because they were from different walks of life, but now things have to change. The guys need to find a common language so as not to fail their new task. Posing as high school students, the heroes have to find a dangerous synthetic drug dealer among teenagers. Will the unfortunate agents cope with this mission or will they derail everything again?

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The film touches upon the theme of friendship, is filled with spectacular and spectacular scenes and, most importantly, the film is really very funny. Great comedies are a rarity these days, but this picture is far from the last among spy movies of this genre.

Original title:
21 Jump Street

Starring :
Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Brie Larson

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.0, IMDb – 7.2

Age limit:
16+

Means War (2012)

Franklin Foster and Tick Hanson are the best CIA agents of their time, besides the men are old friends. The guys are sure that each of them will put his back under the bullet for the other, but what happens if they both fall in love with the same girl?

The heroes meet a beautiful woman named Lauren, who cannot decide which of these men she likes more. Friends decide to leave the choice to the lady, but in every possible way interfere with each other on dates with their beloved. Will this confrontation be the end of a long friendship, or will one of the guys still give in to their best friend? Dynamic scenes, charismatic characters and dangerous adventures mixed with amazing humor are guaranteed with watching this film.

Original title:
This Means War

Starring :
Tom Hardy, Chris Pine, Reese Witherspoon, Til Schweiger

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.1, IMDb – 6.3

Age limit:
16+

One and a half spy (2016)

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is good not only in serious roles, but also in comic images. Thus, we get a different film in the genre of a comedy about agents with a favorite of the public. Calvin Joyner was a popular sportsman during his school years , but as he grew up, he became a regular forensic accountant. The daily routine upsets the hero and threatens his seemingly happy marriage.

On one of these dreary days, a certain Bob Stone is added to Calvin on the social network, who invites him to meet at a bar. The mysterious friend turns out to be a former donut lover who the protagonist once went to school with. From a fat loser, Stone turned into a muscular and confident man. And then one of his small request pulls Kelvin out of his comfort zone, turning his life into a real spy thriller.

Original title:
Central Intelligence

Cast:
Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Amy Ryan

Country:
USA, China

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.2, IMDb – 6.3

Age limit:
16+

Undercover Dogs (2018)

In a world where humans and talking animals coexist, Rottweiler Max is on the police force. An experienced law enforcement officer is involved in a serious case, in which an abstruse scheme of animal smuggling is being pulled off. And when Max learns that criminals are planning to sell the kidnapped baby panda at the next exhibition in Las Vegas, the brave dog enters the fray. Enlisting the support of a human partner, the heroes go to the city of sins.

The film will be an excellent choice for those who like comedies involving animals . Our smaller brothers will be able to surprise the audience no less than popular Hollywood actors. In addition, this film is definitely one of the best spy comedies in recent times, because it has an interesting plot and plenty of funny episodes.

Original title:
Show Dogs

Cast:
Will Arnett, Ludacris, Natasha Lyonne

Country:
USA, UK

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 5.5, IMDb – 3.7

Age limit:
6+

Spy Next Door (2010)

Bob Ho is an undercover Chinese agent who lives next door to a woman named Gillian and her three children. The hero is thinking of resigning and revealing his feelings to a pretty neighbor, but first he will have to finish his last job and catch a Russian terrorist.

One day, Gillian goes to visit her father and asks the protagonist to look after her children. Now the man will have to confront not only dangerous criminals, but also the children of his beloved.

Original title:
The Spy Next Door

Cast:
Jackie Chan, Amber Valletta, Madeleine Carroll

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.1, IMDb – 5.4

Age Limits :
6+

Undercover Agent (2012)

Molly Maurice is different from most of her peers. Instead of continuing her studies after school, the girl works as a private detective with her father, dresses in brutal clothes and understands motorcycles as well as guys. One day, an FBI agent contacts her and offers her a job that could cover all the family debts of the heroine.

Molly has to go undercover to college as a glam sorority student to babysit the daughter of an ex-gangster and get secret files. The girl reluctantly accepts a role so unusual for her and goes to college on a dangerous adventure. This film is a fairly light comedy about secret agents to relax and laugh heartily. Unpredictable plot twists, interesting characters, as well as dynamic scenes are provided.

Original title:
So Undercover

Cast:
Miley Cyrus, Jeremy Piven, Mike O’Malley

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 5.8, IMDb – 5.0

Age limit:
12+

Spy (2015)

Susan Cooper is a 40-year-old woman who has always dreamed of becoming a top-notch undercover agent. However, life decreed otherwise, and the heroine does routine work in the CIA office. She has to remotely help field agent Bradley Fine, so exciting adventures usually bypass Susan. However, one day everything changes and the woman has to get involved in a dangerous mission to confront experienced criminals.

Jason Statham, Jude Law and the adorable Melissa McCarthy work together to create such a wonderful film that the viewer will definitely not be left with a bad mood.

Original title:
Spy

Cast:
Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham, Jude Law, Rose Byrne

Country:
USA, UK, France, Hungary, Germany

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 7.1, IMDb – 7.0

Age limit:
18+

Tuxedo (2002)

Jackie Chan is famous for many successful action comedies, which won the hearts of millions of viewers of all ages. The Tuxedo is another one of those comedies about spies and agents that we recommend watching.

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Jimmy Tong is an ordinary taxi driver who is known to his clients for being able to deliver a person anywhere in record time. His reputation reaches the highly influential businessman Clark Devlin, who offers the hero to become his personal chauffeur. Accepting the offer, Jimmy could not even imagine that his new boss is a super secret spy. Very soon, Devlin gets into a dangerous mess, because of which he ends up in a coma, and his personal chauffeur stumbles upon a very unusual tuxedo.

Original title:
The Tuxedo

Cast:
Jackie Chan, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jason Isaacs

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.9, IMDb – 5.4

Age limit:
12+

Spy Kids (2001)

Probably one of the most popular spy comedies of many years, it can be a great choice for family viewing. Popular actors, light and captivating plot with funny episodes will not let the audience get bored!

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One day, two rival spies fell in love and left the service to create a happy family. And now, many years later, they have two wonderful children and a carefree life, until one powerful villain kidnaps several of their old colleagues. Former spies are forced to return to work, leaving their unsuspecting children in the care of their uncle. That’s just the circumstances that force the children not only to learn about the past of their parents, but also to enter into a dangerous confrontation between secret agents and an evil genius.

Original title:
Spy Kids

Cast:
Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino, Alexa PenaVega, Daryl Sabara

Country:
USA

Rating:
Myreleasedate – 6.6, IMDb – 5.4

Age limit:
6+

Do you know other comedies about spies and secret agents? Add to the list of films in the comments!

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Jared Lambert/ author of the article

I’ve been writing about movies, TV shows and anime for over 3 years, and you may have seen my reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic.

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