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The dark, bushy eyebrows of Frankie Muniz star inAgent Cody Banks 2: Destination London, ably supported by the natty facial hair of Anthony Anderson (Kangaroo Jack) and the freckled chipmunk cheeks of British pop starlet Hannah Spearritt. Teenage secret agent Cody Banks (Muniz,Malcolm in the Middle) must track down a former instructor who's gone rogue with a mind-control microchip. Banks masquerades as a musical prodigy to get close to a snobby, egocentric scientist in London who's the only person who can make the microchip work. Along the way Banks hooks up with a demoted agent (Anderson) and a cute-as-a-bug Scotland Yard operative (Spearritt). Flimsy, disposable, but only occasionally insulting,Cody Banks 2will most likely entertain fans of the first movie. Also featuring supporting stalwarts Cynthia Stevenson (The Player,Happiness), Anna Chancellor (Four Weddings and a Funeral), and Keith David (There's Something About Mary).--Bret Fetzer
FRANKIE MUNIZ! I had expierenced him! he returnes as a CIA agent, He climbs the chimney, He fights DIAZ, And he Sneaks into the Dentist office
And thats all FOLKS!
Boring, unrealistic, bad. This movie should be zero and a half stars, but since the rating doesn't go that low, we're going to have to go with one star. This movie was copying off James Bond, and got boring after a while. Not a good movie.Destination: LONDON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My family and I saw this movie in the theater in March of 2004. While they liked the first one much better, I actually liked this one! Yes, it's not just more England-friendly (the last one was rated '12' [PG-13 here] over in the UK, but this was rated 'PG' in the UK, without cuts), but it takes place in the greatest place in the universe...LONDON!!!!!!!!!!!! Even in that part where Banks and his big friend were standing below the north end of the Millenium Bridge (I've actually stood there!!!!!!!!!!!), I recognized that Kenworth Industries building: IT'S THE TATE MODERN MUSEUM! (I've been in there, too!) Oh, I only wish I could see this movie again! Especially on DVD, too!
God Bless Britain - the union jack's colours will never bleed!