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Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over

Antonio Banderas  Actor Carla Gugino  Actor Alexa Vega  Actor Daryl Sabara  Actor Ricardo Montalban  Actor

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Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over

Theatrical Release Date: 2003 07 25 (USA)

UPC: 031398135951

Summary: The first American theatrically released 3-D movie from a major studio since 1991's Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over is the third entry in three years in Robert Rodriguez's family-oriented action-adventure series. Along with the four members of the Cortez family, played by Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino, Alexa Vega, and Daryl Sabara, most of the characters from the first two films have returned, including Fegan Floop (Alan Cumming), Romero (Steve Buscemi), Machete (Danny Trejo), Dinky Winks (Bill Paxton), and Donnagon (Mike Judge). This time around, Carmen (Vega) is kidnapped by the evil Toymaker (Sylvester Stallone) and imprisoned inside a virtual-reality game. It's then up to Juni (Sabara) to venture into the game and save his sister from the villain's clutches. The film's three-dimensional segments take place inside the game. Also starring Salma Hayek, Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over is actually the first of two 2003 films directed by Rodriguez that complete a trilogy, the other being Once Upon a Time in Mexico, the third installment in the El Mariachi saga. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

Category: Adventure

Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over

Format: DVD

Release Date: 04/15/2011

Audio: DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 84 Minutes

Language(s) English,French,Spanish

Subtitles: Spanish

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Side #1 -- 3-D Version
1. Intro
2. Gumshoe
3. Rockets Game World
4. Spy Tree House
5. OSS Headquarters
6. Into the Game
7. Pogoland
8. Sub-Level
9. Beta Testers
10. Moonwalk
11. Robot Arena
12. Toymaker
13. Billboard
14. Mega Racer
15. Spookyville
16. Bonus Life
17. Cyber Staff Battle
18. Level 4
19. Tinker Toys
20. Lava Mountain
21. The Real Guy
22. Unwinnable Level 5
23. Corinthian Leather
24. Robots in the World
25. Calling All Cortezes
26. Allies Arrive
27. Toymaker vs. Grandpa
28. To Family
29. Credits/Bloopers
Side #2 -- 2-D Version
1. Intro
2. Gumshoe
3. Rockets Game World
4. Spy Tree House
5. OSS Headquarters
6. Into the Game
7. Pogoland
8. Sub-Level
9. Beta Testers
10. Moonwalk
11. Robot Arena
12. Toymaker
13. Billboard
14. Mega Racer
15. Spookyville
16. Bonus Life
17. Cyber Staff Battle
18. Level 4
19. Tinker Toys
20. Lava Mountain
21. The Real Guy
22. Unwinnable Level 5
23. Corinthian Leather
24. Robots in the World
25. Calling All Cortezes
26. Allies Arrive
27. Toymaker vs. Grandpa
28. To Family
29. Credits/Bloopers

Perry Seibert

3-D movies have, since their inception in the '50s, always looked cheap. The point in making a 3-D film has always been to let the audience enjoy the novelty of the experience rather than to cook up an engaging story. Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over fits that model perfectly. The story, little more than a mishmash of Tron and The Matrix, is nothing more than a solid excuse to set up the 3-D world. What matters in a movie like this is the energy, ingenuity, and imagination of the filmmakers. Robert Rodriguez has proven that he has all three of those things in droves, making him one of the few directors who can, with his infectious sense of fun, overcome material this incoherent, trivial, and dismissible. Each of the first two Spy Kids films, especially the first one, was solid family entertainment that had a big heart. While Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over is good for what it is, it is something far less than its predecessors. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Bob Weinstein  Executive Producer 
Harvey Weinstein  Executive Producer 
Robert Rodriguez  Director 
Robert Rodriguez  Composer (Music Score) 
Robert Rodriguez  Producer 
Robert Rodriguez  Screenwriter 
Elizabeth Avellan  Producer 
Antonio Banderas  Actor 
Carla Gugino  Actor 
Alexa Vega  Actor 
Daryl Sabara  Actor 
Ricardo Montalban  Actor 
Holland Taylor  Actor 
Sylvester Stallone  Actor 
Mike Judge  Actor 
Matt O'Leary  Actor 
Emily Osment  Actor 
Cheech Marin  Actor 
Bobby Edner  Actor 
Courtney Jines  Actor 
Ryan Pinkston  Actor 
Robert D. Vito  Actor 
Danny Trejo  Actor 
Alan Cumming  Actor 
Tony Shalhoub  Actor 
Salma Hayek  Actor 
Steve Buscemi  Actor 
Bill Paxton  Actor 
George Clooney  Actor 
Camille Chen  Actor 
Bob Fonseca  Actor 
Selena Gomez  Actor 
Peter Marquardt  Actor 
James Paxton  Actor 
Glen Powell Jr.  Actor 
Alejandro Rose-Garcia  Actor 
Evan Sabara  Actor 
Lane Turney  Actor 
Steve Wertheimer  Actor 

Country: USA