Insomniac Theater: 'Central Intelligence' and 'Finding Dory'

A sneak peek at two movies hitting theaters this weekend.
3:17 | 06/17/16

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:

{{nextVideo.title}}

{{nextVideo.description}}

Skip to this video now

Now Playing:

{{currentVideo.title}}

Comments
Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for Insomniac Theater: 'Central Intelligence' and 'Finding Dory'
An average sunny yet there are checking out to movies opening this weekend the end this morning wilderness are with central intelligence which is starring Dwayne the rock Johnson. And Kevin Hart. OK so bully doesn't overweight teenager Bob stone shows up at this high school reunion. Looking like of rock as a lethal CIA agent trying to save compromise US spy satellite systems. He enlists the help of his former classmate. Calvin Joyner an accountant who misses is athletic glory days. Not stop a little thin jacket cased up goal at the age. Our goal at. And Janet I'm not gonna come and do you do Slobodan jet planet in. Well then judge everybody shut off and cry. Outlet Gordon's flip. And go to get a golden jet let you crop. Me news. And. Old cat that was so close yet OO in the a central road is though is only getting mixed reviews scoring a 159 presents black on. Rotten tomatoes John frustrates in the Hollywood reporter that the film's anti bullying message and and mindless laughs it serves up along with that. Are things we could use now more than ever married but. It's enough apparently for some varieties owing Lieberman writes it could have used to less fake intrigue and more laughs. It kinda reminds me twins member. I like it chanting cardigan it's an excellent impression you things have been gone dude Karl is. Outbid. Except fighting Adori for mark parent company Disney the long awaited sequel to Finding Nemo stars the voice of Ellen DeGeneres as the friendly but forget bull blue tang fish. Though with the help of true friend is embark on an epic adventure. Or to find her parents. You can tell you get to the open ocean exhibits. Through the pipes grades. An eyewitness yet seek to lessen straighten it hole that's a lot of directions that's did you get that Hank and all the all that good yeah. Let's got. With you a good fit you have to go by yourself. He mom. That's not gotten. Yeah I can't lose I'm I'm not so good with directions when it certificate. Is not travel with his outburst when you know that story does not have a certain German who raised though and as we can imagine they're going to be a few there at this event they're cute. Now fighting D'auria also by the late stars the voices of Albert Brooks said O'Neill and Diane Keaton them. The movie is going to sell it on 5% certified. On rotten tomatoes. But it's not without its critics. Jordan Hoffman writes in the guardian hey this is a movie with a great number bright spots but it's still an audience with a short attention span it is gonna hate. Peter Travers writes in Rolling Stone and finding dory lacks the fresh surprise of its predecessor. It's still brand with humor heart and. Animation miracles and it's one of the more beloved. Movie franchise you might say that the original was finding CEO was unbelievable so finding dory in income slip just half of it I will be there yet. You're stressing fingers go check it out we're very back.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"duration":"3:17","description":"A sneak peek at two movies hitting theaters this weekend. ","mediaType":"default","section":"ABCNews/WNN","id":"39926568","title":"Insomniac Theater: 'Central Intelligence' and 'Finding Dory'","url":"/WNN/video/insomniac-theater-central-intelligence-finding-dory-39926568"}