All the world's dairy cows are missing; suave, sophisticated, ever-cool secret agent Spy Fox is on the case. with the help from his partner Monkey Penny, and the high tech gadgets provided by Professor Quack, Spy Fox uses all his skills and know how to avert this catastrophe and bring his arch-nemesis the dastardly William the Kid to justice!
The fourth installment in the Mission: Impossible film franchise. While on a mission Ethan Hunt finds and frees Jim Phelps who was thought to have been dead and a rouge in the original film. Freed Phelps seeks to help Ethan take down the organization that had kidnapped him and kept him as a hostage for years, and put a mole into the organization disgracing his name. Phelps gathers members of his old team back together, Barney unable to join since he died a while after the events of the first movie, and with Ethan's teams aid go to take down ...
Angus Macgyver create everyday objects as gadgets for dodged and escaping his enemies with no gun.
A film unrelated to the original Wild Wild West film. The Wild Wild West told the story of two Secret Service agents: James West, the charming gunslinger, and Artemus Gordon the brilliant gadgeteer and master of disguise. Their unending mission was to protect President Ulysses S. Grant and the United States from all manner of dangerous threats. The agents traveled in luxury aboard their own train, the Wanderer, equipped with everything from a stable car to a laboratory. James West had served as an intelligence/cavalry officer in the US Civil War; his "cover" during the series is that he is ...
Many years later after KAOS was defteated by the bumbling Maxwell Smart and Agent 99, Max is now Chief of controll, while 99 is a Congress woman, their son Zach, gets promoted to agent and gets a partner, 66. Together they must get along and stop KAOS from total Enonomic domination, as the KAOS Chairwoman hires assasins to kill an important Governer, one including Seigfried, Max's old enemy, The Brain, and evil scientist and The Turtle, an assasin who has a metal turtle shell (Based on the Series that ran in 1995)
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