89 minutes


Action and Adventure



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In this exciting action thriller, Alex Rider is just a normal 14-year-old boy, leading a humdrum life and looked after by his kindly but ever-so-slightly boring bank manager uncle Ian. However, when Ian is tragically killed in a car crash Alex's life is turned upside down. Ian was, in fact, a spy - and he hadn't been teaching Alex skills such as mountaineering, martial arts and marksmanship just for fun. Alex, in fact, was being groomed to be super spy - and his uncle's death means he is now thrust into a dangerous world of espionage, needing all his skills when he comes up against sinister billionaire Darius Sayle, whose charitable offer to donate 'Stormbreaker' super-computers to every school in Britain may not be quite the act of selfless generosity it initially seems...


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Contains moderate action violence.

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