As a kid I saw a movie, from around 2000’s. It has an Austin Powers-like atmosphere. At the beginning, there is a selection between two men to go for a mission, but in the end they select both of them.
There is a scene where, during their mission, a guy asks them: Who wants to sleep with me? - which is a password, then he gives them some information and is suddenly killed
this vaguely sounds like “get smart” , “bruce and lloyd”, or less likely, “spy hard”
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Sorry, none of that, I think it is not a very famous movie with popular actors
Could your film have been dubbed? As there’s a french comedy about two spies call Double Zero
Average Rating: 4
Yeees, that’s it! Of course, it was dubbed, I saw it on TV (in Slovakia