Spy Kids: All The Time In The World.
Growing up I watched all three of the first Spy Kids movies with Juni and Carmen Cortez (Played by Daryl Sabara and Alexa Vega), Spy Kids: All The Time In The World is based 7 years after Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over. Jessica Alba (Fantastic Four Movies, Sin City, Valentine’s Day) plays Marissa Wilson who works for the OSS (For those of you who don’t know this because this is your first Spy Kids movie, the OSS is the headquarters for all the Spies such as Juni and Carmen Cortez).
Marissa is married to Wilbur Wilson played by Joel McHale (Spider Man 2, Open Season 2). Wilbur has two kids from his past marriage. Rebecca and Ceil Wilson (Played by Rowan Blanchard and Mason Cook) as well as a baby daughter with Marissa (Baby played by twins Belle and Genny Solorzano). Without giving away any SPOILERS, I want to go over a few things about the movie other than who plays who.
First off, the base of the movie is one of the best I have ever seen because not only is it is a spy movie there is also a true deep meaning to it. This meaning is Family, Time and Life reminding us that sometimes there are things in life we can not change no matter how hard we try, but even the smallest moments with friends and family mean the most in the end, because time is all we really have.
Now I am going to talk about the action of the movie, it is AWESOME! It is not James Bond but that is because it isn’t meant to be, it has the perfect action in it for a family movie. Just because there is no blood doesn’t mean it isn’t an action movie. The comedy part of the movie is great! Because the cast works off each other so well and the script is great you just can’t help but to laugh. Also there are small parts that bring in the memory of the first 3 movies without being a full movie of flash backs and no new story.
I tell you to go see this movie with your kids, friends, other family members, whoever you want just take the time to go! You will laugh and cry (in a good way).
Take the time to save time with the kids in Spy Kids: All The Time In The World.
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