Spy Kids 3D: Game Over

Theatrical Release: July 25, 2003
DVD Release: February 24, 2004
Spy Kids 3D: Game Over
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Synopsis

Using three-dimensional, digital images, this third Spy Kids movie takes viewers into the world of virtual-reality games. Young Juni Cortez (Daryl Sabara) has given up spying and is enjoying video games like a normal boy. When he learns his sister Carmen (Alexa Vega) is trapped in a virtual-reality game designed by the evil Toymaker (Sylvester Stallone), he calls on his grandfather (Ricardo Montalban) to help him rescue her. The player must win various competitions to move to the next level or lose, making it “game over.” Entering the game, the two face impossible odds as computer-generated goons block every move. The Toymaker uses mind-control gimmicks to confuse and defeat the good guys. “Spy Kids 3-D” is one-dimensional in plot, action and character development.

Dove Review

Although free of sexual content and foul language, parents should be warned of this film’s insidious use of mind control and fantasy violence, disguised as wholesome entertainment. This content might be too intense and confusing for young children, so Dove has rated this film at 12+.

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Company: Miramax Pictures
Genre: Action
Runtime: 85 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Mary Draughon