Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London Synopsis
A CIA agent (Frankie Muniz) must recover mind-control software.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
With lots of cool gadgets, plenty of silliness and a clever concept guaranteed to appeal to preteens, this should be an unflagging,...
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Apart from funny supporting work by the inventor of the Mind Control and the guy in the "Q" role, the movie is pretty routine.
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50

Philadelphia Inquirer

Muniz is quite winning as a plucky teen who is constantly being thrown into situations over his head. But the usually reliable Anthony...
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50

Boston Globe

By Janice Page
Muniz has better secret-agent toys to play with, funnier lines and sidekicks helping him out, and a bit more discerning director in Kevin...
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

So the movie's OK in spots, but it's mostly so familiar that even the young target audience may get that deja vu feeling.
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50

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
Stretching what was a cute concept to the breaking point.
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42

Entertainment Weekly

At bottom, there's just too much spy in young Cody, and too little kid. The writers might've taken (another) page from the ''Spy Kids''...
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38

Chicago Tribune

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It's a movie, and certain liberties are bound to be taken, but having Derek stop a moped-driving Brit on the street by pulling out some...
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30

The Hollywood Reporter

By Michael Rechtshaffen
In terms of inspiration or even the slightest shred of ingenuity, Banks ranks more like an 000 than an 007.
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25

Premiere

By Laine Ewen
While the canine is a scene stealer, the movie is a dog.
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great action

By cnugg
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Rated PG | For some crude humor and action violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 9+ Moderately cute action comedy good for tweens.
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