Spy Kids 3-D: Game OverDirector: Robert Rodriguez
The first American theatrically released 3-D movie from a major studio since 1991's Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over is the third entry in three years in Robert Rodriguez's family-oriented action-adventure series. Along with the four members of the Cortez family, played by Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino, Alexa Vega, and Daryl Sabara, most of the characters from the first two films have returned, including Fegan Floop (Alan Cumming), Romero (Steve Buscemi), Machete (Danny Trejo), Dinky Winks (Bill Paxton), and Donnagon (Mike Judge). This time around, Carmen (Vega) is kidnapped by the evil Toymaker (Sylvester Stallone) and imprisoned inside a virtual-reality game. It's then up to Juni (Sabara) to venture into the game and save his sister from the villain's clutches. The film's three-dimensional segments take place inside the game. Also starring Salma Hayek, Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over is actually the first of two 2003 films directed by Rodriguez that complete a trilogy, the other being Once Upon a Time in Mexico, the third installment in the El Mariachi saga.
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- Original Release:
- Miramax Lionsgate
- Region Code:
- [Wide Screen]
- [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Cast & Crew
|Antonio Banderas||Gregorio Cortez|
|Carla Gugino||Ingrid Cortez|
|Alexa Vega||Carmen Cortez|
|Daryl Sabara||Juni Cortez|
|Sylvester Stallone||The Toymaker|
|Matt O'Leary||Gary Giggles|
|Emily Osment||Gerti Giggles|
|Cheech Marin||Felix Gumm|
|Bobby Edner||Francis the Brain|
|Robert D. Vito||Rez|
|Alan Cumming||Fegan Floop|
|Tony Shalhoub||Alexander Minion|
|Salma Hayek||Cesca Giggles|
|Bill Paxton||Dinky Winks|
|Bob Fonseca||Agent Damage Report|
|Selena Gomez||Waterpark Girl|
|Peter Marquardt||OSS Agent #2|
|James Paxton||Dinky Winks Jr.|
|Glen Powell||Long-Fingered Boy|
|Evan Sabara||Creepy Kid|
|Steve Wertheimer||Agent Hot Rod|
|Robert Rodriguez||Director,Score Composer,Cinematographer,Editor,Original Story,Producer,Production Designer,Screenwriter|
|Ronn Basquette||Set Decoration/Design|
|Brian Bettwy||Asst. Director|
|Dean Beville||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Stacy Brownrigg||Sound/Sound Designer|
|David S. Hack||Set Decoration/Design|
|Nina Proctor||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Jeanette Scott||Art Director|
|Harvey Weinstein||Executive Producer|
|Bob Weinstein||Executive Producer|
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Speaking as someone who really enjoyed the first two Spy Kids films, I'm afraid I must say that Roger Ebert's right, "3-D sucks, always has, maybe always will" and watching the 3-D part is like seeing it "through a dirty window". The fact that it's really hard to get the 3-D effect to work when you wear glasses like I do doesn't help either. The eye strain's bad as well with mine practically burning by the end. I'd be waiting for the DVD where I could hopefully watch it normally, but there other problems that keep me being too excited. For a movie has which has a theme of counting on your family, there certainly isn't much family to be seen. It feels like the title should have been "Spy Kid: Juni's Big Adventure" since he's the only one of the Cortezes to be seen for what seems to be about 80% of the runtime. Grampa Montalban wanders in and out of proceedings seemly at random and doesn't do much to further the plot. Carmen only enters the film near the end and seems to gotten a whole lot grumpier since we last saw her. The rest of the family's parts are miniscule, basically glorified cameos. It seems like a lot of necessary footage was left on the cutting room floor and a lot of unnescessary stuff left in. The reasons for Juni's situation at the beginning and what the Toymaker did in the past are barely even hinted at. Along with the whole "trapped in cyberspace for 30 years" thing which doesn't make a whole of sense, an ending which makes no sense whatsoever, and endless action sequences with little point to them, it makes for a confusing and frustrating film which feels like it takes forever to end. I did enjoy Stallone in his first good part in ages and the reunion at the end was nice to see, but in the end I have to give this one a thumbs down.
Spy Kids 3-D is an okay movie, though wearing glasses might hurt your eyes, like all of them, this is about Carmen and Juni, but this is different from the Spy Kids 1 and Spy kids 2, the spy kids Carmen and Juni have grown up, and Carmen is trap in a game and juni has to save her, the movie doesn't measure up to the 1st and the 2st but is sufficient and like Christian's hope, a movie that includs family too
This was the best 3-D movie I have ever seen!Alexa Vega is totally hot!( except she's only in the movie for 12 minutes...) But still, I loved this movie!It is completely awesome, and I hope you all buy it.
This movie is like totally great! I like it when it was in 3D it's WAY COOL!
the moive was great but they did not show enough of carmen (alexa taga).
I really liked the first maovie, but this one really wierd. It made no sense at all.
I loved the movie Spy Kids 3-D game over I like the 3-D AFFECTS they are so cool!!! like when Carmen Cortez(Alexa Vega)reaches her arm out right at the screen it is the best movie I have ever seen!!!