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Running Time:
84 minutes

Rating: PG Parental Guidance Suggested.

Rating Explanation:
for action sequences and peril

Jimmy's Buzz Guide Review:
Although it's fun for kids to watch, it's not as good as it's two predecessors.

Additional Info:
DVD Features: Ten-Minute Film School with How to Make Home Movies; Alexa Vega in concert; Feature commentary with Robert Rodriguez; An Adventure Into the 3rd Dimension: The Making of Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over; Making Traks With Alexa Vega; Surfing and stunts piece (multi-angle); The Effects of the Game; Big Dink, Little Dink; Mega Race set-top game (3-D and 2-D versions); 3-Dimensional Version; 2-Dimensional Version



Spy Kids-3D: Game Over
The plot has young Juni Cortez (Daryl Sabara) attempting to save his sister Carmen (Alexa Vega) from the clutches of the evil Toymaker (Sylvester Stallone) whose aim is to rule the world by imprisoning its youth inside the video game. Juni gets permission from the president of the United States (George Clooney) to come out of retirement and go back to being a secret agent in orderto rescue his sister. He enters the game with the help of the scientist Francesa Giggles (Salma Hayek), and once there he has to go through an obstacle course and get up to level 5 so that he can open the door and allow Carmen to escape. On the way he meets a bunch of people some of whom are hostile and competitive and some who are friendly. All manner of things come flying at him and us. There are metal pieces shot from the guns of the robots he runs into, and the tongues of frogs lash out at him and frightening laser beams too. When he finally finds his wheelchair-bound grandfather (Ricardo Montalban) he enlists his help. And finally the wicked Toymaker who seems to be talking to himself a lot, but who has actually been split into four seperate people, each looking strangely like Stallone, is defeated, and his sister is saved. Surprise, surprise. There is a strong moral message here though; love your family and the whole world because everyone around you is family. This final episode, once again directed by Robert Rodiguez, is dazzling, colorful, amusing, and just scary enough to keep most toddlers and younger children amused for just under an hour and a half. Others might enjoy it too.






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