June 10, 2005
Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence, intense action, sexual content and brief strong language
John and Jane Smith are an ordinary suburban couple with an ordinary, lifeless suburban marriage. But each is hiding something the other would kill to know: Mr. and Mrs. Smith are actually highly paid, incredibly efficient assassins, and they work for competing organizations.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith discover a new source of excitement in their marriage, when they're hired to assassinate each other... and that's when the real fun starts. The result is the ultimate action...
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Summers are always full of disappointment, especially to someone who sees just about every movie that comes out in a year. Every year the studios offer bigger and better things with cool trailers and intense promotion, but very few blockbusters meet expectations. Then there are those like "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" that look questionable from the outset. The cast is good and the premise is entertaining, but you just have that nagging feeling that something is not quite right. And then you watch the movie only to discover that it is much better than it ever looked. Such is the case with "Mr. and Mrs. Smith." Full movie review »