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Spy Kids: All the Time in the World Review

Saving the World is Their Idea of Family Time in Spy Kids: All the Time in the World. Set to hit shelves on November 22, the timing couldn’t be more perfect! In the midst of the Holiday season, there’s baking, wrapping, shopping, and celebrating, and trying to balance this with the regular dailies life doles out is no easy fete. Just ask the evil Time Keeper and his minions in Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, as they manipulate and steal time thanks to a rotten childhood where Time Keeper was deprived of quality time with his dad.

Honestly, it’s a crazy thing trying to balance that quality time with life. The schedule seems to fill up faster than we can call “time out,” and there’s always the unexpected. It’s all captured in this action-packed sequel. Jessica Alba is back as a retired spy, Marissa, whose life Time Keeper disrupts as he threatens to take over the planet. It’s time for this step-mom to come out of retirement and save the planet from Armageddon. Rebecca and Cecil don’t just sit out in this one; they are part of the action, along with the familiar Spy Kids friends Carmen, Juni, and the faithful pooch, Argonaut. There are gadgets galore in this episode, but will it all be enough to save the world?!

My kiddos were SO excited to receive this movie. They thought it was great!

The movie begins with Marissa spying on Tick Tick, who tries to escape. Marissa wastes no time going after him…and we learn that she is nine months pregnant! She pushes the pain of labor aside to finish the job…fighting his guards and catching him just as her water breaks. This really meant nothing to my children, but I thought it did a great job of representing every women’s calling to be a SUPER Mom!
From here, the antics continue with pranks from Rebecca and lots of comedy! My kiddos were in a laugh-fest throughout the movie, especially when the dog, Argonaut, appeared, ready to protect the kiddos from evil.
Also included is the Spy Kids: All the Time in the World bonus features, including an interview with director Robert Rodriguez; a “Spy Kids Passing the Torch” featurette; a “Spy Gadgets” clip; deleted scenes, and more!
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*I received Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in order to facilitate an honest review. The opinions, where expressed, are my own and were in no way influenced by the sponsor. Other experiences may vary.
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