Cloak & Dagger

Synopsis: 11-year-old Davey, whose mother is dead and whose father doesn't spend nearly enough time with him. So the boy loses himself in video games--and even has an imaginary friend, a super-resourceful secret agent. When he accidentally comes into possession of a spy group's secret plans, and winds up on the run from them, he must learn to rely on himself and his imaginary pal to save his skin. But, in the end, Dad proves to be his real hero.
Director(s): Richard Franklin
Production: Universal Pictures
  3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
101 min




Mein herr! Ach!



Jack Flack escapes.

How could

he escape?

Look at

the dice.

So what?

24. Jack's agility

is 24. He escapes.

That's not fair.

I got killed, and you

should have been dead.

I'm not. Jack Flack

always escapes.

Dumb game.

You just got to develop

better moves, Kim, that's all.

You're getting there.

I don't believe this.

How can he do it, Morris?

I had 10 times as many

bullets as Jack Flack.

Yeah, but Flack had the

ingenuity and the contacts, Kim.

It's better than

bullets sometimes.

Hey, don't feel bad.

I haven't been able

to beat him all summer.

What happens next,


Let's leave it

for now.

I want to think of

something really good

to get you with.

Anyway, I want to

get back to my game.

Don't look at me.

I'm sick of

getting killed.

We could trade.

I'll give you extra gas masks

and a bulletproof vest.

No way.

You never get hurt.

It's no fun.

Jack Flack always

escapes anyway.

Flack to Lady Ace.

Come in, Lady Ace.

Hey, guys, be careful

with those.

I just got them in.

This is Jack Flack

requesting an assignment.




Ha ha ha!

Come on, Kim,

be serious.

You guys want

a real assignment?



You got

your bus passes?

Ok, I want you to

go over to Textronics.

Pick me up some catalogues

for the new 4200.

Come on, Morris.

Give us

something exciting,

like Cloak and Dagger,

only for real.


I want you to infiltrate

their seventh level.


Then go to their

vending machine.

Pick me up

a pack of Twinkies.


There's a secret

message inside.


Whatever you do,

don't let anybody

see you. Anybody.

You coming?

Not if you're gonna be


I won't.

Let's see.





Now what

are you doing?

Jack Flack says to always

keep your gun loaded.

Morris, could we try

these out?

Yeah. Just

don't break 'em.

Time to go, Jack.

See you, Morris.

Oh, great.

Flack to Lady Ace.

Come in, Lady Ace.

Yeah, what?

Come on, Kim.

Play right.

All right.

Lady Ace

to Jack Flack.

Do you read me?

Loud and clear.

Prepare to penetrate

the enemy stronghold.

Follow me in.

This is what I meant

by "embarrassing."


You proceed to floor 7

for Operation Catalog.

I'll get the secret

from the machine.

Wait a minute.

I think that sentry

spotted us.

Davey, put that away.

Hi, kids.

You lost?

If you tell me

who you're looking for,

maybe I can help.

We're looking

for Textronics.

Ah. You're looking

for the Game Division?

Seventh floor.

Thank you,


We'll take

separate routes

just in case one of us

is neutralized.

I'll take the fire stairs,

you take the elevator.

Good, 'cause I'm

not walking up.

Pardon me.


the matter now?

That guy had a gun, Kim,

and it was a real gun.

Oh, Davey, will

you stop it?


I saw a gun!

You're really

being a jerk.

Well, here. Take this

grenade just in case.

Thanks, anyway.

Flack to Lady Ace.

Come in, Lady Ace.

Yeah, Davey,

what is it?

I'm almost

in position.

Give me

your location.

I'm already up here,

and I'm waiting for you.


Mr. Rice's office.

Ok. Start creating

a diversion.

I'll sneak out

the fire stairs

and hit the machine.

Davey, this

is embarrassing

Maintain radio silence

from now on.

Over and out.

Don't let him

leave the building.


moving to the elevator.

Intercepting fully.


Will there be

anything else today?

Ah, do you have

a food machine here?

Lady Ace,

Lady Ace, come in.

Excuse me.


Mr. Rice is

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