Kim Possible: Villain Files

Kim Possible: Villain Files


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Product Details

Release Date: 12/07/2004
UPC: 0786936253658
Rating: NR
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:27:00
Sales rank: 22,535

Special Features

Closed Caption; Villain House Party - help Kim profile new and seriously twisted bad guys; "It's Just You" music video - performed by LMNT; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound; Fullscreen (1.33:1)

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Kim Possible: Villain Files 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The episodes on the DVD from the Disney Channel hit show are so exciting. My personal favorite was "Showdown at the Crooked D". You should also check out the Villain House Party feature so you can gather info on Kim's villain foes.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is great! An all new episode too! By the way, get Christy Carlson Romano's cd 'Christy Carlson Romano' and Raven's cd 'This Is My Time!'
BillyJacksonLee More than 1 year ago
During the 'Secret Files' era Kim Possible was mainly a pop-culture satire, prone to witty put-downs of every single action movie classic out there. By the time of the Villain Files, however, it was mushrooming into something completely different; using Reidsville Adventures as their inspiration, the KP crew started including sharp, sardonic political humor in the series, as well as an emphasis on relationships and emotions, which had previously been dealt with rather dismissively. By this time, it could be said that Kim Possible had 'matured' into an all-time classic in the history of television.
This collection starts with the episode 'Master Jubilee', a wry, witty parody of the decadent lifestyles of the filthy rich. After this comes the incredibly sharp 'Black Market' episode, which extends its premise far beyond the first season episode upon which it is based. Other highlights include 'The Reclaiming', which contains some of the most rip-roaring dialogue ever shown on TV, 'Mozambique', which is perhaps the quintessential action-movie parody episode, 'How the DED Stole Christmas' and 'Gone Ron', both of which examine the characters' emotional background and as a result resemble a poignant, often powerfully written, novel.
To sum it all up, this second season is a must-see.