Central Intelligence Movie Quotes 

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Updated November 6, 2017 157 votes 105 voters 9.5k views 8 items

Central Intelligence movie quotes tell the story of two high school classmates who, 20 years later, go on an adventure to protect national security. The action comedy was written by Ike Barinholtz, David Stassen and Rawson Marshall Thurber. Rawson Marshall Thurber also directed Central Intelligence, which opened in theaters on June 17, 2016.

In Central Intelligence, Robbie Weirdicht (Dwayne Johnson) is an overweight, unpopular kid who, one day, is embarrassed when he's exposed naked to the entire student body. Calvin Joyner (Kevin Hart), the most popular kid at school, comes to Robbie's rescue by offering him a jacket to cover his junk. Fast forward 20 years and Robbie, who has changed his name to Bob Stone, is now a jacked CIA agent who reunites with Calvin.

Stating that he has no one else he trusts, Bob enlists Calvin and his accounting skills to help with a mission to retrieve stolen encryption keys for a US spy program. While Calvin is hesitant, Bob doesn't give him much choice. But what Calvin doesn't initially know is that another CIA agent, Pam (Amy Ryan), suspects that Bob is not a good guy, but rather a rogue CIA agent who is actively trying to sell the encryption key to the enemy, terrorist Phil (Aaron Paul).

Central Intelligence joins the summer 2016 movie season along with Genius, Now You See Me 2, Me Before You and Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.
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I Got a Plan

Bob: I got a plan. It might get us both killed but if it works, it will be a totally boss story. Cool?
Calvin: No! No, it's not cool!
Bob: Cool
Calvin: No, I said it's not cool.

When armed men storm the office Bob and Calvin are in, Bob gets a plan on how they can escape. Calvin isn't exactly on board with this plan, but that doesn't stop Bob by any means.
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Facebook's Fault
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Pam: Your friend is a dangerous psychotic.
Calvin: This is Facebook's fault! He sent me a friend request.
Pam: And you accepted
Calvin: Don't do that. Don't do that to me. It is rude when you don't accept it and I don't know if the person on the other end can see my not accepting.

Pam tries to reason with Calvin and explain that Bob isn't a CIA agent, rather a rogue operative who has gone off script and is now at large. Calvin completely misses the point and blames Facebook for the whole mess.
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Robbie Weirdicht From High School
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Bob: My man!
Calvin: You better back up, man!
Bob: Whoa! Calvin, it's me, Bob.
Calvin: Sorry, do I know you?
Bob: Robbie Weirdicht from high school
Calvin: God, look at you! You've lost like 200 pounds! What did you do?
Bob: I just did one thing.
Calvin: I need to know.
Bob: I worked out six hours a day, everyday, for the last 20 years straight.

When Bob and Calvin reunite 20 years after high school, Calvin notices that Bob has lost a ton of weight. Bob proceeds to explain the one thing he did to change his life, though technically it sounds like he did one thing repeatedly for 20 years.
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I'm in the CIA
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Bob: You should know one thing about me. Spoiler alert: I'm in the CIA.
Calvin: Are you joking with me right now?

Calvin is shocked when Bob explains that he is a CIA agent. While Bob is buff now, Calvin cannot believe that the unpopular pudgy kid he knew in high school landed in the CIA.
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