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Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London
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  • Agent Cody Banks 2 Destination London
    Pretty good movie for kids and adults...a bit of violence but the gadgets are fun for kids. Some rough language should have been left out as there was no need for it....more info
  • Good Job, Frankie!
    Well, I must admit that I don't really go for these kinds of movies, however, I really enjoyed the first one, so naturally, I had to drag my freinds kicking and screaming ( not that I cared, guyes) To see the second. I absolutely loved it! I will agree with the other reviewer that the beginning could have been better, but I could not stop laughing! It was very funny and very intense! Frankie Muniz (as always) was wonderful and the supporting cast was great! I'm glad to see that there is at least one truely great young talent out there! So, keep up the good work Frankie! :)...more info
    Once again the pint sized James Bond does it again and better than most films of this nature. Who would of thought?.............The DVD transfer is good and worth checking out....more info
  • Good as Meat and Potatoes
    This movie is incredible. Believable plot, excellent character development, and acting that is so good it is almost scary. There were points in the film that I actually wanted to believe that Cody was real and perhaps he really was saving the world. Would recommend this film to anybody over the age of 13 who has a brain and enjoys a good dramatic adult thriller....more info
  • Agent Banks in London
    Not as good as the first one. The introduction of goofy idiotic characters (the inventor and the doctor) just makes this movie worse. The gadgets introduced are pretty interesting. The plot was ok but the delivery was faulty. The chase and action scenes were pretty good. The movie was somewhat ok. Now, did we really have to have the Queen dancing?! The Swiss Army Knife part was pretty funny....more info
  • Is Agent Cody Banks ready for London...
    ...or is London ready for Agent Cody Banks? After tackling his domestic American homeland with sheer machoism and a dedicated bravery, Agent Banks (Frankie Muniz) is off on another dangerously exciting adventure, except this installment takes place in jolly old London. Agent Banks, with an endless arsenal of gadgets in hand, must take on a madman head-to head, who's intent is to control the world's monetary supply through means of an orally-implanted microchip, which makes robots out of humans. Banks is sent to London in the guise of a music student, so as not to blow any sort of cover as a CIA spy. The film's formulaic plot tends to work for the most part, although it exudes clumsiness and silliness in places, as to how Banks' nemises are going to install EVERY microchip into BILLIONS of citizens', including some 200+ world leaders' brains. That's A LOT of people to operate on a person-to-person basis! Hannah Spearritt, as Frankie Muniz's co-star and British-agent-extraordinare Emily, although not Angie Harmon, is able to take matters into her own hands, while putting in a noble performance all the while. She really knows how to put the bad guys in their place, so don't mess with her! Yes, "Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London" almost has it all (despite a minor display of nonsensical nuances). Amongst the good things it has: arsenal (gadgets), architecture, arch-rivals, even an A-bomb-type exploding candy! "ACB2:DL" even boasts a heapin' helpin' of soul food. Hmm, grits and chitlins...ON BRITISH SOIL?!!? Verrry interrresting, and obnoxiously strange to boot! Are you all packed and ready for take-off yet? Your airline ticket (and passport)'s waiting just for you at your local theater. Be sure and claim them today!...more info
  • Agent Cody Banks 2: As Good As the First One
    I saw Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London in theaters. From what I had seen in the previews, I was expecting to be at least as good as, if not better than, the first one. When the movie was over, I was very satisfied. It was just as good as the first one. It would have been much better if they had cut out the scene with the crazy guy who was supplying Cody's gadgets. Other than that, I give it two thumbs up. I can hardly wait until it comes out on DVD!!!...more info
  • Agent Cody Banks 2
    This was a great movie, my son had agent cody banks 1 so of course we had to get the second one, it is not as good as the first one, but it is a great movie, my son is 7....more info
  • GOOD!
    This movie is good! I'm gonna give this 4 stars because the begginning could have been a bit better. But apart from that it was perfect! The action was great! It was also sometimes funny!

    Note to Frankie: Frankie, I think you do an excelent job acting in everything! You are my most favorite actor ever! Keep it up!!...more info

  • As Good as the First
    Excellent! I enjoyed this movie just as much as the first one. Frankie Muniz does another great performance playing the 16 year old CIA Agent. There are also some new faces in this film. In this film Cody has to go to London to stop a mind control system from taking over the world. So he goes undercover as a new student going to a school for music in London. There is a lot of action and suspense. It actually is more funny then the first movie. Anthony Anderson plays Cody's handler in this film and he is hilarious. Also S Club 7 star Hannah Sperritt plays a student at the school who is actually undercover herself. I recommend that all kids go see this movie with their parents because their parents will enjoy this film also. The action in this movie is awesome. Some effects are pretty cool. I hope they make more Agent Cody Banks movies because I think they are great family movies!!!! This movie is a movie everyone should definitely own so they can watch it over and over again for years to come!...more info
  • Pointless potboiler
    Agent Cody Banks 2 is, with no doubt, the most useless, redundant and unasked-for sequel since WWII. No one wanted a sequel and the only reason it exists is to cash in on the modest, modest, incredibly modest 'success' of the original. The plan didn't work as this quite deservedly bombed horribly.

    Even in the 2-second gap between this and the first Frankie Munitz hasn't aged well. And he's quite aggravating. Hilary Duff wisely bailed out and her character is replaced by some untalented non-celeb former pop-babe. Another sign of desperation is the casting of Anthony Anderson (who SERIOUSLY doesn't belong in this), a talented funnyman who is increasingly finding himself the ONLY funny thing and a series of bad movies.

    Plus it's one of those typically xenophobic movies under the wild belief that everyone in Britain rides around on red buses, has tea with the queen every night and is either very posh or cockney. I'm sorry, but I have been on the London Eye and I KNOW the recorded female voice does not sound like that. They changed in the movie to sound 'posher'.


    This is one 'franchise' that has died a quick, but painful death....more info

  • Worse than the first
    The first one was cute, this is horrible. Cody's 'handler', Derek is a goofball. I would've wished they would've gotten someone else. The jokes fall flat, the villians are stupid, and the plot is worse than the first. Totally predictable with no surprise....more info