I Spy (2002)

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I Spy (2002)
ISpyCover.jpg
DVD Cover
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Betty Thomas
Release Date 2002
Language English
Hungarian
Russian
Studio Columbia Pictures Corporation
Distributor Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Kelly Robinson Eddie Murphy
Alex Scott Owen Wilson
Rachel Wright Famke Janssen
Arnold Gundars Malcolm McDowell
Carlos Gary Cole
Mack McIntyre Bill Mondy



The following weapons were used in the film I Spy (2002):

Contents


Handguns

Beretta 92FS

Beretta 92FS pistols appear several times in the film, typically in the hands of nameless thugs. Kelly Robinson (Eddie Murphy) notabley uses one (loaded with blanks) to shoot at Rachel (Famke Janssen) before he informed it is a test.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Kelly aims the Beretta 92FS taken from a "dead" BNS agent at Rachel as she wrestles on top of Alex.
Would you want someone to shoot an attacker off of you if they shot like this?
Gundars' men pursue Alex and Kelly armed with sound suppressed Beretta 92FS pistols.
Hungarian police arrest Kelly armed with Berettas.

Carlos (Gary Cole) wields two specially modified Beretta 92FS pistols with compensators, barrel weights, laser pointers, and 20 round magazines, which he uses to fire bursts on Gundars' men on the bridge.

FPS view of Carlos' custom Berettas.
Reverse angle.
Carlos holds one of his Berettas on Rachel.
Good side shots of the guns.
Rachel fires one of Carlos' Beretta.

Smith & Wesson 5906

Bureau of National Security Agent Alex Scott (Owen Wilson) carries a Smith & Wesson 5906 as his sidearm throughout the film. Towards the end of the film, Rachel (Famke Janssen) is seen using one as well, likely the same gun.

Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9x19mm
Alex fires his Smith & Wesson 5906 loaded with blanks during the fake kidnapping test.
Alex fires his Smith & Wesson 5906 during the shootout in the steam room.
A side shot of the 5906.
Rachel with a 5906.

Glock 17L

BNS Agent Alex Scott (Owen Wilson) is seen using a Glock 17L while carrying the pilot during the opening scene.

Glock 17L 2nd Generation - 9mm.
Alex firing his Glock 17L.

Makarov PM

Rachel (Famke Janssen) tries to pick up a Makarov PM while on the top of the bridge but is ordered to drop it by Carlos (Gary Cole).

Makarov PM - 9x18 Makarov.
Rachel is seen in the background holding a Makarov PM.
Rachel drops the Makarov.

Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith"

A BNS gadget maker tests out a super-spy bullet proof vest by firing a Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith" at it at point blank range. The bullet then deflects off the vest and hits him back.

Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith" - 9x19mm
The BNS gadget maker about to try out the new vest with a "Ladysmith". Live firing tests are not typically done around regular workers, but it adds to the whole "walking through a room of spy gadgets" movie theme.

Taurus PT99

One of Gundar's henchmen is seen with a Taurus PT99 rather than a Beretta, distinguished by the frame-mounted safety and sights.

Newer-model (1998 and later) Taurus PT99AF - 9x19mm
One of Gundars' men fires his Taurus while on the top of the bridge.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Many of Gundars' (Malcolm McDowell) men carry Heckler & Koch MP5A3s (with both SEF and Navy trigger groups) while making the exchange for the "Switchblade" stealth plane. When Kelly Robinson (Eddie Murphy) comes to save Alex Scott (Owen Wilson), he takes an MP5A3 off of one of the men Alex had knocked out earlier and uses it to fire on the men. A continuity error present is that the gun used is seen with both an SEF and a Navy trigger group.

An interesting trivia note (and goof) is that on the poster for this movie Eddie Murphy is seen posing with a MP5A3. The one he´s holding has the Navy trigger group, but if you look closely at the bottom of the grip you can see that this has a plate in it and is not hollow as the real firearms grip - this is clearly an airsoft gun used for promotional photos. (The most common airsoft version has a small electrical motor that feeds the gun hidden in the pistol grip, therefor a small plate is used at the end of the grip to keep the engine in place).

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with S-E-F trigger group - 9x19mm
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group - 9x19mm
One of Gundars' men with an MP5A3 while in the maintainance room of the bridge.
Kelly with the MP5A3 during the shootout on the bridge. The lighting is dark but the gun has a Navy trigger group here.
Kelly fires his MP5A3 Navy.
Kelly firing his MP5A3, which now has an SEF trigger group.
"Yeah, what does "BNS" stand for, "Bitch-that-needs-some-slappin'?"
Kelly totally confused by all the side switching.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Heckler & Koch MP5Ks are seen in the hands of Gundars' (Malcolm McDowell) men during the shootout on the bridge and Alex Scott (Owen Wilson) commandeers one to shoot back. A Heckler & Koch MP5KA1 without front or back sights is used by one of Gundars' men to shoot at Alex and Kelly, fitted with a sound suppressor.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
One of the BNS agents posing as a kidnapper holds a Heckler & Koch MP5K.
One of Gundars' men fires a Heckler & Koch MP5KA1 fitted with a suppressor.
A thug puts down his MP5K on the bridge.
An MP5K before being grabbed by Alex.
Alex fires his MP5K.
ISpyMP5K-6.jpg
A thug fires his MP5K.

IMI Uzi

Some of the BNS agents posing as kidnappers carry IMI Uzis.

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm
A BNS agent jumps out of the van armed with an IMI Uzi.
BNS agents armed with Uzis.
A BNS agent holding an Uzi.

IMI Mini Uzi

Several thugs in the film use Mini Uzis. Alex (Owen Wilson) takes one off a thug in the steam room and carries it with him to the top of the bridge, but is disarmed of the weapon before he can use it.

IMI Mini Uzi - 9x19mm
Alex searches the raided command center armed with a Mini Uzi.
Alex holds a Mini Uzi on Gundars.

IMI Micro Uzi

A Micro Uzi is used by one of the thugs in the steam room. Kelly (Eddie Murphy) throws it in the air and Alex (Owen Wilson) shoots it to cause a spark (which wouldn't happen unless he is firing FMJs) and ignite a gas main, causing a large explosion.

IMI Micro Uzi - 9x19mm
Kelly prepares to throw the Micro Uzi.

Kimel AP-9

One of the thugs during the "Switchblade" plane exchange is seen using a Kimel AP-9.

Kimel AP-9 - 9x19mm
A thug back left aims his Kimel AP-9.
The thug safeties and drops his Kimel AP-9.
A thug firing his AP-9.
A thug holding an AP-9 as Carlos flies in.
A thug gets shot by Carlos while holding an AP-9.

Skorpion SA Vz 61

A thug in the steam room shoots at Alex (Owen Wilson) with a Skorpion SA Vz 61 submachine gun.

Skorpion SA Vz 61 - .32 ACP (7.65x17mm)
A thug fires his Skorpion SA at Alex.

Calico M955A

One of the thugs in the steam room is using a Calico M955A. The 955A is an intermediate barreled automatic carbine with a telescoping stock.

Calico M955A Submachine gun with an extended 100 round drum magazine - 9x19mm
On the right, a thug with his Calico M955A.
The Calico M955A is seen flying through the air. The Calico M955A has a forward pistol grip and scope mount with a red-dot scope installed.

Assault Rifles

AMD-65

Some of Gundars' (Malcolm McDowell) men pursuing Alex and Kelly fire AMD-65s from their cars at them. The guns are given the sound report implying they are silenced but they are not fitted with sound suppressors.

AMD-65 - 7.62x39mm
Two of Gundars' men with AMD-65s.

Unknown AR-15 pistol

One of the thugs in the steam room uses an AR-15 pistol with an M4A1-style upper receiver with a removable carry handle, and features a collapsing CAR-15/M4 stock, but has a short pistol length barrel like an OA-93 or Rocky Mountain Arms Patriot pistol. The gun is fitted with a Beta-C drum magazine.

A thug in the steam room fires his AR-15 pistol.
The thug with his shorty AR-15.

Zastava M70

Russian soldiers at the beginning of the film are seen using Zastava M70 assault rifles, both full stock M70B1s and folding stock M70AB2s, noted by their folding grenade launcher sights. In reality, Russians have been using 5.45x39mm AK-74s since the 1980s.

Zastava M70AB2 - 7.62x39mm.
Two Russians fire their Zastava M70B1 and M70AB2 at Alex.
A Russian searchs for Alex with his Zastava M70AB2 at the ready.
Russians fire their Zastavas at the escape chopper.

Machine Guns

M60E3

The door gunner on the escape helicopter at the start of the film covers Alex (Owen Wilson) with an aircooled M60E3 Machine Gun.

M60E3 Machine Gun - 7.62x51mm NATO.
The door gunner covers Alex with an M60E3.

Other

Tank Mounted Flamethrower

A Russian Tank is seen using a mounted flamethrower to attempt to burn Alex (Owen Wilson) as he carries the pilot to safety.

The Russian tank pursues Alex with the Flamethrower ready for use. Note how the pilot is lit.
The tank operators let loose the flamethrower.

Spy Gadget Flamethrower

A gadget maker tests out a spy style Flamethrower as Alex (Owen Wilson) walks through the place.

The gadget maker tests his Flamethrower. Do gadget makers ever look before testing their deadly weapons around people?

Smoke Grenades

While Alex (Owen Wilson) and Kelly (Eddie Murphy) run from Gundars' (Malcolm McDowell) men, Alex removes smoke grenades from his bag to cover their escape.

Kelly has no clue what to do with the smoke grenade.
Alex pops some smoke.



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