The BigScreen Cinema Guide Now Showing The Marquee Gift Shop Search Help
 
Have an Account? E-Mail Address Passcode
| Register Now

.

Remove ads with our VIP Service
Opened in Theaters: Friday, March 30th, 2001

Directed by Robert Rodriguez
Genre: Family
Running Time: 1:30

Share This Page

Add to FacebookDigg ThisSave to del.icio.usSave to GoogleSubmit to Yahoo
Spy Kids
Two retired spies with a family are kidnapped, and it's up to their kids to save them.  View more >

PG
action sequences

Starring Antonio Banderas, Alan Cumming, Carla Gugino...  View more >

A special edition of the movie is being re-released in theaters August 8th, with additional footage. Look for it in first-run theaters, since the...
View more information about this movie >

Reviews Summary

Rating # %  
See Now!  2 50 See Now! Percent
Good  1 25 Good Percent
Wait for Rental  0 0 Wait Percent
Stay Away!  1 25 Stay Away! Percent
4 Total Reviews

Looking for more opinions?

Check out our Featured Movie Reviews for Spy Kids.

Please Note: Reader Reviews are submitted by the readers of The BigScreen Cinema Guide and represent their own personal opinions regarding this movie, and do not represent the views of The BigScreen Cinema Guide, or any of its associated entities.

[--- See Now! ---]by  Apr 1, 2001
Two thumbs up on this one!!! This movie is a great movie for the whole
family. It is full of action right from the start.

It was nice to see a REALLY GOOD action movie, - without a lot of profanity, or heavy violence.

Trust me - your kids will love it!!
[--- See Now! ---]by  Apr 3, 2001
At no time does Spy kids take itself too seriously, leaving the action, cool gadgetry, and vivid scenery to take you on an exciting joyride through a world of genial espionage. The movie also quietly mocks other kids entertainment that pollutes our culture as well as itself. I'm not sure if kids will pick up this characteristic, but you certainly will. This put a huge smile on my face. Spy kid is a kid's film that any adult can fully enjoy.

The Website (editors note: see sidebar on right) also shares these characteristics, featuring a fun interactive game that is reminiscent of the movie. It's a great place to relive the Spy kids experience. I highly recommend visiting the website and seeing the movie.

Spy Kids had just the right mix of action without violence, beautiful scenes, and humor. Go see it, with or without your kids.
[--- Good ---]by VIP MemberApr 11, 2001
"Spy Kids" could've been a Disney movie, judging by the title of the film. Matter of fact, it is. "Spy Kids" is released by Deminsion Films, which is owned by Miramax films and in turn is owned by Disney. But back to the movie.

"Spy Kids" is a fun romp of a movie, which is appealing to both young and old. The spy forumla worked very well. A group of kids whose parents are secret agents come to their rescue after they were kidnapped. After directing a number of adult films, Richard Rodriguez decided to turn their attention to family movies.

"Spy Kids" answers the burning question of what would happen if James Bond had kids.
[--- Stay Away! ---]by  Sep 16, 2001
This was a bad movie.

The special effects were great. The story was OK. Antonio Bandarez was cool.

All of that could not even come close to saving this movie. The special effects were going on too much in pointless, meaningless, unreal situations. I almost walked out to see another movie.

I'm sure kids would like it. But I am a 17 year old and I felt stupid for going to this childish movie.



Home - About Us - Ad Info - Feedback
Journal/Blog - The Marquee - Movie Links - News and Events - Now Showing - Reader Reviews
Customize - VIP Service

The BigScreen Cinema Guide is a service of SVJ Designs LLC. All graphics, layout, and structure of this service (unless otherwise specified) are Copyright © 1995-2014, SVJ Designs. The BigScreen Cinema Guide is a trademark of SVJ Designs. All rights reserved.

'ACADEMY AWARDS®' and 'OSCAR®' are the registered trademarks and service marks of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.