I saw it just the other day and thought it was a lot of fun. I don't remember a whole lot about a potential storyform. I just assumed it was a fun little tale. Might actually be something there, though.
The one area that I'll question is the Do-er/Be-er stuff. To me, Kevin Hart's whole arc in the movie felt like a Be-er to Do-er. At the beginning, he's the mild-mannered accountant dude and at the end, he's an agent saving the day.
But here's a scene to look at: the Bar scene.
Kevin's response to the 'bro' intimidating him is to try and talk things through. He's not actively doing anything, but trying to manipulate his way out of the situation. Then Dwayne comes in, sees the gun and diffuses the situation by doing something physically.
Kevin pretty much defines the Be-er in that scene, and Dwayne the Do-er.
Spot on about the Optionlock, though.