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About the product
- Based on the upcoming major motion picture Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World from Dimension Films, directed by Robert Rodriguez, released August 19, 2011.
- Adventure through 8 levels full of baddies and traps, including: Downtown, OSS Base, OSS Vault, Big Time Watch Repair Shop, and Time Keeper’s Lair.
- Play as either Rebecca or Cecil, each with special skills.
- Master state-of-the-art gadgets like Blue Cheese Bombs, Flame Bombs, Mega Super Power Booms, and more to fend off enemies and find hidden goodies.
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Top customer reviews
The kids are hilarious & their sibling rivalry provides lots of laughs. The Spy Dog is charming (love his British accent) and is also a fun addition. Granted, you have to suspend disbelief in just about everything but it's definitely a light hearted, fun movie. It's enjoyable for the entire family & the message is a good one. I especially like how it emphasizes that kids can do anything because adults 'over-think' things. Kids have so much imagination & aren't encumbered by what can't happen or can't be done. It's fun to watch my wee ones react to the empowerment of wee ones in this film. The only critical thing is that some of the lines are 'cheesy' and one line says something like "Ohhh....shiiiit" and then a slow ending is added on in a 'tongue-in-cheek' manner so it sounds like "ohhh..shitake mushrooms." Of course, my wee one immediately started saying it and will likely go to school and use it (lovely!) but other than that, it was good overall family fun.