Spy Kids 2: The Island Of Lost Dreams

Spy Kids 2: The Island Of Lost Dreams
Spy Kids 2: The Island Of Lost Dreams




95 minutes


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



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Having saved the world (and their parents) in the first Spy Kids, Carmen and Juni Cortez are now training to be spies. But as well as bickering with each other, the pair are constantly in competition with another brother and sister spy team - Gary and Gerti Giggles. When all four youngsters wind up on a mysterious island inhabited by a mad scientist and his mutant monsters, they have to uses their wits to complete their mission. And to make it a family affair, Carmen and Juni's secret agent parents (and grandparents!) are on the case too. There are more over-the-top effects and witty lines in this mini-James Bond sequel.

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This film has one use of mild bad language and contains mild violence.

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