Spy Kids

Antonio Banderas  Actor Carla Gugino  Actor Alexa Vega  Actor Daryl Sabara  Actor Alan Cumming  Actor

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Spy Kids

Theatrical Release Date: 2001 03 30 (USA) / 2001 08 08 (USA - Limited)

UPC: 031398135937

Summary: In this reteaming of actor Antonio Banderas and director Robert Rodriguez -- their first film together since the 1995 feature Desperado -- Banderas plays Gregorio; he and devoted partner Ingrid (Carla Gugino), comprise the greatest pair of secret agents working. Both are masters of disguise and have the ability to prevent wars, but eventually they want to settle down and begin raising a family. Nine years later, after retiring and giving up the lives of super-spies, Gregorio and Ingrid find themselves at the call of duty again when techno-genius Fegan Floop (Alan Cumming) and his insidious, ruthless sidekick Minion (Tony Shalhoub) have plans for world destruction. The only hope for Gregorio and Ingrid are their children, Carmen (Alexa Vega) and Juni (Daryl Sabara), who are called upon to save their missing parents, eventually learning their former identities. The film also features Cheech Marin, Robert Patrick, and Danny Trejo. In the summer of 2001, five months after Spy Kids had become a major box office success, an expanded edition was released, featuring several minutes of footage not used in the film's original cuts (including special effects sequences that couldn't be completed within the film's original budget). ~ Jason Clark, Rovi

Category: Adventure

Awards: Best Live Action Family Film – Broadcast Film Critics Association

Spy Kids

Format: DVD

Release Date: 04/15/2011

Audio: DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 88 Minutes

Language(s) English,French,Spanish

Subtitles: English

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Side #1 -- Spy Kids
0. Scene Selection
1. The Two Spies Who Fell In Love [:19]
2. Butterfingers [:47]
3. Floop's Fooglies [:47]
4. What's So Special About Being A Cortez? [:47]
5. Floop's Castle [7:43]
6. My parents are Spies [1:05]
7. The Super Guppy [1:17]
8. Underwater Wonder World [1:48]
9. Safehouse [3:41]
10. Dinner With Floop [3:32]
11. How To Be A Spy [4:04]
12. Miss Gradenko [2:54]
13. Buddy Pack Chase [2:13]
14. Floop's Song [4:25]
15. Spy Go Round [2:02]
16. Machete's Spy Shop [2:48]
17. Spy Plane [3:54]
18. Thumb Thumbs [2:48]
19. The Virtual Room [3:35]
20. Minion [:34]
21. Spies VS Spies [6:02]
22. The Mission Worth Fighting For [:00]
23. End Credits [4:07]

Perry Seibert

Spy Kids is a film made by people who love both movies and families. Director Robert Rodriguez fills the screen with funny and fantastic images like bad guys made out of thumbs (who don't catch very well because they are. . .well. . .all thumbs), kidnapped good guys whose heads have been formed into shapes that recall Dick Tracy villains, and a car that turns instantly into an underwater ship. Rodriguez also utilizes his editing skills to create action scenes that are as entertaining (though far less violent) than his work in El Mariachi and Desperado. The visual largess of the picture does not overwhelm the solid human story at the center of the film. Carmen and Juni, who spend much time teasing each other, learn that they must believe in themselves and each other. Sure, that sounds like a gooey moral, but Rodriguez doesn't hammer it home. He knows that the kids in the audience will be intelligent enough to get it all on their own. Near the end of the picture, Juni is told, "You were pure of heart and pure of mind." The same can be said for Spy Kids, a funny and sweet family film that entertains without dumbing itself down for either children or parents. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Los Lobos  Composer (Music Score) 
John Debney  Composer (Music Score) 
Danny Elfman  Composer (Music Score) 
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 
Cary Granat  Executive Producer 
Gavin Greenaway  Composer (Music Score) 
Heitor Pereira  Composer (Music Score) 
Villa Lobos  Composer (Music Score) 
Mary Stuart Welch  Executive Producer 
Thomas Barron  Executive Producer 
Kristen Leigh Branan  Executive Producer 
Antonio Banderas  Actor 
Carla Gugino  Actor 
Alexa Vega  Actor 
Daryl Sabara  Actor 
Alan Cumming  Actor 
Tony Shalhoub  Actor 
Teri Hatcher  Actor 
Cheech Marin  Actor 
Robert Patrick  Actor 
Danny Trejo  Actor 
Tom Savini  Actor 
Louis Black  Actor 
Dick Clark  Actor 
George Clooney  Actor 
Norman Cabrera  Actor 
Richard Linklater  Actor 
Guillermo Navarro  Actor 
Johnny Reno  Actor 
Mike Judge  Actor 
Ermahn Ospina  Actor 
Evan Sabba  Actor 
Trant Batey  Actor 
Andy W. Bossley  Actor 
Jeff Dashnaw  Actor 
Rachel Duhame  Actor 
Steve Havens  Actor 
Houston Hooker  Actor 
Angela Lanza  Actor 
Emilio Navarro Mackissack  Actor 
Charles Ramirez-Berg  Actor 
Becca Rodriguez  Actor 
Roberto Santibanez  Actor 
Shannon Shea  Actor 
Kara Slack  Actor 
Julio Villarreal  Actor 
Patricia Vonne  Actor 

Country: USA