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Spy Kids 1 (2001) - Plot Summary

spy kids 1 Never send a grownup to do a kids job. Spy Kids, real spies... Only smaller!

Between Driving the Kids to school and putting them to Bed, no one would ever guess that Mum and Dad are the world’s top secret agents. Gregorio (Antonio Barderas) & Ingrid (Carla Gugino) Cortez get taken capture and the only people that can save them are their kids. Now equipped with hi-tech spy gadgets Carmen (Alexa Vega) & Juni (Daryle Sabara) are on a mission to stop an evil genius, rescue their parents and save the world.


Spy Kids 2 (2002) - The Island of Lost Dreams - Plot Summary

spy kids 2 A Huge New Adventure for Slightly Larger Spies

The threat has never been greater, the stakes have never been higher and the world’s best defence has never been hungrier. They’ve got all the latest technology, but when a top secret device is stolen and the mad scientist threatens the world, this is one mission they’re not going to miss. Get ready to see gadgets so amazing, creatures so astounding and a mission so big they’ll have to bring the whole family, including their Grandfather and Grandmother!


Spy Kids 3-D - Game Over (2003) - Plot Summary

spy kids 3-D 3rd Mission, 3rd Dimension

Juni’s sister Carmen has been trapped inside a virtual reality 3-D video game. He has to enter this virtual world of the game and has only 12 hours to find her or is game over for everyone. The game is run by a madman known as the Toymaker. Juni brings his Grandfather into the game to help him get through the levels. Experience the excitement in become part of the movie in 3-D

 

Spy Kids 4 - All The Time In The World (2011) - Plot Summary

spy kids 4 Saving The World Is Their Idea of Family Time

The Wilsons are like every modern family with everyday problems, but what was supposed to be a special gift holds the key to a madman’s evil plan to stop time and end the world and will uncover their step mum’s (Jessica Alba) secret identity.

Now the greatest spies of our time need help. The Spy Kids, Carmen & Juni Cortez put their problems to one side to help the Wilsons in their quest to save the world.

When time stops the adventure begins. The smaller the spy, the bigger the hero!

Spy For Kids revealed: Dimension Films Announces Production Of Spy Kids 5 In 5D

Author:Janine Davis

Following the success of “Spy Kids 4D,” a film that baffled physicists by taking on the little known dimension of smell, Dimension Films has begun production on another sequel.

“Harry Potter” was not the only long-running film series to bring in crowds this summer. Like “Harry Potter,” “Spy Kids” films have matured with its growing audience. The same children who watched the original can now pay $30 a ticket to bring their own children to another film perfectly catered to their short attention spans. Producer Elizabeth Avellan says that there is something for everyone in this sequel. “The kids will love the talking dog, and the parents can get really high and giggle at the loud fart jokes.”

The movie has earned less than half of its $27 million budget, but director Robert Rodriguez has hardly been discouraged by this fact. Dimension Films announced earlier today the plans to film another installment to the franchise, which will further challenge the boundaries of the movie industry. In a recent interview, Rodriguez described 5D as utilizing a new technology in which paid attendants will reenact the sensations the characters feel in the film. “You’ll experience the cool breezes, the reassuring hugs, and what it’s like to be punched in the face, all for a mere $29.95.”

Despite almost universal critical panning, audiences have shown appreciation for “Spy Kids’” simplicity amongst more serious and thematic films like “The Help.” Contributing to this sense of straightforwardness is the fact that “Spy Kids” has put their target audience directly in the title, a strategy that has been used successfully by “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” “Psycho,” and “Friends with Benefits.”

The actor’s performances in this film have been the subject of much debate. One audience member noted that “kids usually have vivid imaginations, but I couldn’t believe that the two child stars were anywhere other than in front of a green screen talking to a tennis ball on a stick.” On the other hand, in spite of the film’s lighthearted atmosphere, critics have recognized Jessica Alba’s standout dramatic performance. “Despite her relatively successful career, Alba manages to convince the audience that she is a C-list actress from the SyFy channel,” critic Roger Ebert said. “The desperation in her performance is quite poignant.”

Many critics have described 5D as being overly ambitious and wonder what Rodriguez will do if there are more sequels than there are human senses. However, Rodriguez was confident that his creative team could “come up with some kind of psychedelic synesthesia experience.