Spy Kids: All the Time in the World (2011) Full Movie

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World
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Spy Kids: All the Time in the World (2011) : Eight years after the third film, the OSS has become the world's top spy agency, while the Spy Kids department has since become defunct. A retired spy Marissa is thrown back into the action along with her stepchildren when a maniacal Timekeeper attempts to take over the world. In order to save the world, Rebecca and Cecil must team up with their hated stepmother. Carmen and Juni have since also grown up and will provide gadgets to them.

Title Spy Kids: All the Time in the World (2011)
Release Date Aug 18, 2011
Genres , ,
Production Company Dimension Films
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Alexa PenaVega, Jessica Alba, Daryl Sabara, Rowan Blanchard, Joel McHale, Jeremy Piven, Ricky Gervais, Frank Welker, Mason Cook, Marci Madison, Danny Trejo
Plot Keywords spy, child hero, secret agent, espionage
Carmen Cortez
Carmen Cortez
Alexa PenaVega
Marissa Cortez Wilson
Marissa Cortez Wilson
Jessica Alba
Juni Cortez
Juni Cortez
Daryl Sabara
Rebecca Wilson
Rebecca Wilson
Rowan Blanchard
Wilber Wilson
Wilber Wilson
Joel McHale
Timekeeper
Timekeeper
Jeremy Piven
Argonaut
Argonaut
Ricky Gervais
Animals' vocal effects (voice)
Animals' vocal effects (voice)
Frank Welker
Cecil Wilson
Cecil Wilson
Mason Cook
Agent Fine
Agent Fine
Marci Madison
Machete
Machete
Danny Trejo
Gregorio Cortez (uncredited)
Gregorio Cortez (uncredited)
Antonio Banderas

Reviews

  • Kamurai

    Decent watch at best, probably won't watch again, and can only recommend for younger audiences. Well, they definitely managed to get weirder by using time dilation and time travel, it's the worst. Time travel is way too deep a concept to do properly in children's entertainment, but, that said, they did a decent job of dumbing it down so maybe some of the kids could grasp it. Again, it weird to see big celebrities come in when I don't think kids would appreciate it, especially Jeremy Piven, who I know is hard to get signed onto a movie. Again, they spent a lot of time on weird effects or yada-yadaing through a sequence instead of concentrating on a movie of substance. Admittedly the deliveries were pretty good, and the script was alright, despite including time travel, but with all the time spent on the dog, and avoiding action or spending too little time building a scene, the movie evens out with there being less interesting things that good. I think kids will get into, and find a lot of the movie, especially that poor dog, hilarious.