‘Spy Kids’ Fun Adventure Romp – and a KF Film Critics Search Title

SpyKids_AllTheTimeInTheWorld.jpgReleased theatrically last summer, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D comes out today on DVD and Blu-ray. It’s a fun adventure romp, as KIDS FIRST! youth film critic Anthony Aranda (age 9) shares in his review, below. And it’s one of the movies that are part of the KIDS FIRST! Filmm Critics Search to find eight new KIDS FIRST! youth critics for 2012. Kids aged 6 to 14 have until midnight, Dec. 31, to submit their review of one of the selected titles. Click here for all the information – and tips on creating a great review.

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D
Reviewed by Anthony Aranda
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See his full review on video.)

I love this movie a lot because it is really cool. The movie has a lot of action and adventure.

This movie is all about two kids, Rebecca and Cecil, who find out their stepmother is a spy and go on an adventure [with her] to try to stop a bad guy named the Timekeeper. They get themselves into some trouble but always manage to find a way out. They also are really good at playing pranks on people.

Some of the main characters in the movie are Marissa (the mom, played by Jessica Alba), Rebecca (Rowan Blanchard) and Cecil (Mason Cook). My favorite character in the movie is the kids’ dog, named Argonaut. The dog talks and is really funny. He helps out with the baby and he gives really good advice.

My favorite part in the movie is when the baby flips over a bad guy at the end. That is really funny. And then they call the baby Spy Baby. Marissa is really excited to see the baby do that.AnthonyAranda_190x250.jpg

I recommend this movie for ages 2 and up because there is only one scary part in this movie that I don’t think little kids would like. The movie has a lot of action and a lot of funny parts. Go out and get this on DVD.

Photos: Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D poster (top), Anthony Aranda (bottom)

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