Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (Collector's Series) (Bilingual)
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The Spy Kids are back again! This time Their trademark action delivers a motion picture even that pushes family fun to the next level! Secret agents Juni (Daryl Sabara) and Carmen Cortez (Alexa Vega) set out on their most mind-blowing mission yet: A journey inside the virtual reality world of a video game where awe inspiring graphics and creatures come dangerously to life! As they face excalating challenges through increasingly difficult levels of game the Spy Kids must rely on humour High tech gadgets and the bonds of family in order to stop a power hungry villain (Sylvester Stallone) set on controlling the youth of the world! Includes 4 pairs of 3-D glasses. Actors: Alexa Vega - Antonio Banderas - Carla Gugino. Director: Robert Rodriguez. Format: DVD. Format Size: Widescreen. Runtime: 84 mins. Language: English. Subtitle: English Subtitles. Region code: Region 1 (United States Canada Bermuda U.S. territories). Discs: 2. Rating: G. Genre: Kids. Subgenre: Family. Release Year: 2003.
The adventures of pint-sized secret agents Juni and Carmen Cortes (Daryl Sabara and Alexa Vega) continue. As Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over opens, Juni has left the spy agency and launched a career as a private detective--but when he learns that his sister Carmen has disappeared into a nefarious multi-user computer game, he agrees to go in after her, with the assistance of his grandfather (Ricardo Montalban). Three-dimensional special effects launch us into a topsy-turvy world of battling robots, souped-up motorcycle races, frogs on pogo sticks, surfing on hot lava, and much, much more. The story is even more incoherent than an actual computer game--but the movie storms along, driven by writer/director/editor/everything-else Robert Rodriguez's sheer visual enthusiasm. Featuring Sylvester Stallone, Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino, and everyone else who appeared in the first two Spy Kids movies. --Bret Fetzer
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As bad as it is, it's all worth it to watch Rodriguez's commentary, to hear him discuss the process of making a 3D movie, the future of digital cinema, and how he saved money and made a mildly entertaining (and hugely financially successful) movie under strict time and budget constraints.
Some of my favorite parts of the commentary:
"We didn't have this animation done on time, so we just had the character complain how it looked like an old video game."
"I wasn't sure if people would get splitting headaches from the 3D, so I made the movie only 80 minutes. That way, if it was a problem, at least it would be over soon."
The funniest parts are slightly apologetic, but there's plenty more to learn from, and he's never at a loss for words. Unlike typical DVD commentary, there isn't any dead time while he thinks of some bit of trivia about what's on the screen.
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My grandkids really loves this movie! It was a great choice for them as a Christmas stocking stuffer. They have the other movies so it adds to their collection.Published 23 months ago by June Kamicka
THE NEW SPY KIDS 3D FILM IS HERE IN A HOLE NEW 3RD DIMENSION!GET READY AS THE 3D EFFECTS ARE GOING TO POP RIGHT OUT IN YOUR FACE. Read morePublished on Sept. 28 2004 by ,
I DONT LIKE IT AS MUCH AS THE FIRST TWO,BUT IT`S PRETTY COOL BECAUSE IT`S IN 3 DIMENSIONS!Published on July 16 2004 by LEMONY
i seen this film in theatres and the 3D comes right to your face .so i bought the dvd and the 3D effects come right out of the screen. Read morePublished on July 1 2004
Even though it was targeted at my age group, it was awful. The 3-d effects are awful. I mean, the color is awful, and one of the people I was watching it with got sick from the... Read morePublished on June 16 2004
This has to hit my bottom 100 list. The dialogue is cheesy, the special effects are crap and the actors have about no idea how bad this was. Read morePublished on June 3 2004 by Jonathan Oliver Age 13