Spy Kids 3: Game Over

Spy Kids 3: Game Over
Spy Kids 3: Game Over

Year

2003

Duration

79 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

This second sequel in director Robert Rodriguez's slick and colourful action franchise is lighter on plot twists and characterisation than its predecessors, but much, much heavier on spectacle. The emphasis is on amazing visuals as junior agents Juni and Carmen Cortez journey into cyberspace to defeat Sylvester Stallone's megalomaniacal super villain, encountering some jaw-dropping animated creatures along the way. There's the usual array of gadgets, surprise top-name cameos and snappy one-liners, but this is really all about the computer graphics.

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