“Spy Kids (2001)” – Movie Review

From the director of the “Spy Kids” series and “Sharkboy and Lavagirl”, comes a movie that started his directing career, about two kids who get assigned to a top-secret mission to save their parents from an evil overlord who will, what else? Take over the world, of course, the same old charade done a zillion times in movie history. But that won’t stop the fun of it. This movie is packed with a few laughs and action-packed sequences to keep the whole family entertained. Join our two kids as they stop the madness from spreading across the globe and save their parents in their latest action/espionage comedy of the decade, “Spy Kids”. DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD for you to own.

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Comments

Josh Montemayor says:

Can you review Isle of Dogs, please?

Justin Blystone says:

I always liked the third movie.

Lob City 2.0 says:

I would stay away from sharkboy and lavagirl dude just saying.

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