Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D

Marissa Cortez Wilson seems to have it all, a famous spy husband, a new baby and intelligent twin step kidd. But in fact, her toughest challenge is to mother those who don't want her around, Rebecca and Cecil. But when Marissa is called back into action, she uses that chance to bond with her new step-childrenby inviting them along for the adventure to stop the evil Timekeeper from taking over the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Beryl G (fr) wrote: A rather pointless tale about ... to be honest I don't know what this movie is supposed to be about as I gave up about half way through due to sheer boredom!I'm a big fan of Emmett Scanlon so was expecting good things, but unfortunately Scanlan's talents are not put to good use here. If you're a fan of dark violent Irish movies you'll probably enjoy this, but it didn't do anything for me and I switched it off long before it had finished.

Tyler S (de) wrote: This overlong post apocalyptic film is expensive and boring. While it's supposed to unite, it bores and it's screenplay is too silly. The movie is so long but offers nothing of substantial substance. An all time bad film.

Lansden S (jp) wrote: For retarded girls only

Lucky 13 (us) wrote: I wish they put it on DVD sometime

Albie F (ca) wrote: I love the Dinosaurs!

Kat K (kr) wrote: DREAM GIRL (1977) - Dharmendra and Hema Malini. Really fun. Some really good action - one sequence with a motorcycle IN an upstair apartment - really pretty exciting!!! Love all the songs! One song was filmed at Disneyland in So Cal - LOL!! - (funny, I went to Disneyland that year too!). Another song was clearly the inspiration for a song sequence in Farah Khan's Om Shanti Om many years later.

Ryan T (mx) wrote: One of my favorite old movies!

Dr F P (ag) wrote: Incredibly bad. I'm not sure how anyone can really adapt On The Road into a movie without it lacking in some way. I really did not like the portrayal of the characters, again i'm trying to say to myself "don't compare it to the book" but i can't help myself. Whoever thought Sam Riley was any good as Jack Kerouac? Sometimes there are faces that just call to be at the end of a fist. The book is such an all over the place mess (that i very much enjoyed) that any movie would feel exactly the same, which is not interesting to watch nor does it have the same value and experience one gets when reading. So...no thanks.

Rory Fyfe S (fr) wrote: Liked this movie. It was funny.

Iain B (it) wrote: never quite appreciated how good calzaghe was... thanks to sky