Mr. & Mrs. Smith

Synopsis: John and Jane Smith are a normal married couple, living a normal life in a normal suburb, working normal jobs...well, if you can call secretly being assassins "normal". But neither Jane nor John knows about their spouse's secret, until they are surprised to find each other as targets! But on their quest to kill each other, they learn a lot more about each other than they ever did in five (or six) years of marriage.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Doug Liman
Production: 20th Century Fox
  9 wins & 18 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.5
Metacritic:
55
Rotten Tomatoes:
59%
PG-13
Year:
2005
120 min
$186,200,000
Website
2,414 Views


OK, I'll go first.

Let me say, we don't really need to be here.

- See, we've been married five years.

- Six.

Five, six years.

And this is like a check-up for us.

Chance to poke around the engine,

maybe change the oil.

- Replace a seal or two.

- Yeah, that's it.

Very well, then. Let's pop the hood.

On a scale of one to ten,

how happy a couple are you?

- Eight.

- Wait.

Ten being perfectly happy

and one being totally miserable, or...

- Just respond instinctively.

- OK.

Ready?

Eight.

How often do you have sex?

I don't understand the question.

Yeah, I'm lost. Is this a one to ten thing?

But, because, is, like, one very little,

or is one nothing? Because...

You know, technically speaking,

the zero would be nothing.

How about this week?

- Including the weekend?

- Sure.

Describe how you first met.

- It was in Colombia.

- Bogot.

Five years ago.

Six.

Right. Five or six years ago.

... todas las habitaciones.

Hey. Qu pasa?

Vamos, muchachos.

Registren los elevadores y los escalones.

Anda solo?

Papeles.

Seora.

- Est sola?

- No.

- No, no, no, no, no.

- Est bien.

She's with me. Est bien.

Abren. Sus papeles.

I'm Jane.

- John.

- Nice to meet you.

Nice to meet you.

- To dodging bullets.

- Dodging bullets.

So it speaks.

But does it dance?

Hiya, stranger.

Hiya back.

I think room service fled.

I did what I could.

Thank you.

Oh, that's good.

I hope so. I had to milk a goat to get it.

Hey, step right up,

ladies and gentlemen. Try your luck.

How about you, little lady?

Wanna try your luck? Win a prize?

Yeah, all right.

- Two.

- We got two over here.

- You know how to hold it?

- Step right up, have a shot.

- Yeah.

- Yeah?

Yeah.

- You gotta aim it.

- I am.

Don't laugh, I'll kill you.

You didn't blink.

Do we still get something?

Beginner's luck.

- I want to go again.

- Going again.

Where'd you learn to shoot like that?

Beginner's luck.

Stop. Stop,

you've only known the girl for six weeks.

I'm in love. She's smart, sexy.

She's uninhibited, spontaneous, complicated.

She's the sweetest thing I've ever seen.

I knew Gladys two and a half years

before I asked her to marry me.

You have to have a foundation of friendship,

brother. The other stuff fades.

Hi.

So you don't think

this is all happening a little fast?

You know I never do anything

without thinking it through.

- What does he do?

- He's in construction. Big-time contractor.

A server goes down on Wall Street.

She's there, anytime, day or night.

She's like Batman for computers.

He's gone as much as I am, so it's perfect.

I give the whole thing six months, tops.

Eddie?

I asked her to marry me.

What?

- I'm getting married!

- What? I can't hear you.

- Getting married.

- I can't hear.

- Stop hitting him, he said something crazy.

- I'm getting married.

- Gotta get these filters changed.

- What did you think of Dr. Wexler?

His questions were a bit wishy-washy.

Yeah. Watch your arm.

Not the most insightful.

And his office is clear across town.

Well, you know the four o'clock means

we hit rush hour. Not crazy about that.

- So that's settled then, yeah?

- OK.

OK.

Dinner's at seven.

Yup. I'll be there. Here.

Anybody calls,

I'm in with the boss. OK?

Got a call from the man. Big highline

assignment, Steve. You know how it is.

Actually, you probably don't.

Sweetie?

Could you grab me a coffee?

I like it with lots of sugar. Thanks a lot.

Hey there.

And where do you think you're going?

Well, I was... The boss wants to see me.

Well, he sees you.

Look, kid, people who've been

working here for 25 years

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Simon Kinberg

Simon David Kinberg (born August 2, 1973) is an British-born American screenwriter and film producer. He is best known for his work in the X-Men film franchise, and wrote and/or produced several other box-office successes such as Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Sherlock Holmes, Cinderella, and The Martian, earning an Academy Award nomination for the latter. His production company is Genre Films (usually credited as Kinberg Genre), which has a first-look deal with 20th Century Fox. more…

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