"Oh yeah, I'm big into 'corns," says Bob Stone (Dwayne Johnson), who's wearing a t-shirt with a unicorn on it and is delighted to talk about the magical creatures. He's also happy to talk about his favorite movie, Sixteen Candles, his jorts, and how he's spent the past 20 years idolizing Calvin (Kevin Hart), the only guy who wasn't a dick to him in high school. While Calvin was the coolest kid in school, see, Bob was dorky and fat and bullied (we witness this, naturally, in a flashback featuring the Rock, CGI-enfattened). But now Bob looks like the Rock, and he's in the CIA, and he needs Calvin's help, so: Central Intelligence, a mediocre comedy made enjoyable by the Rock, who, yet again, proves he can make anything enjoyable. The Rock is more magical than unicorns. (114 min.).
Director: Rawson Thurber
Producer: Scott Stuber, Peter Principato, Paul Young, Michael Fottrell, Toby Emmerich, Richard Brener, Samuel Brown, Michael Disco, Steven Mnuchin and Ed Helms
Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Amy Ryan, Danielle Nicolet, Jason Bateman, Aaron Paul, Ryan Hansen, Tim Griffin, Timothy Smith, Sione Kelepi, Dylan Boyack, Thomas Kretschmann, Megan Park and Slaine