Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London (2004)
Critic Consensus: Young kids may find this London adventure fun, but older kids may find it too simplistic.
Fifteen-year-old CIA operative Cody Banks (played by Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz) is back in action in this comedy adventure, which sends the youthful secret agent to Old Blighty. Banks returns to Kamp Woody, the CIA training center disguised as a summer camp, where he's given a new partner, the bumbling but sharp-witted Derek (Anthony Anderson), and a new assignment, to track down a sinister double-agent who has made off with an experimental mind-control machine. The villain has made his way to Great Britain, so Banks is enrolled in an upscale private school in England, where he's forced to join the school band despite his lack of musical talent and finds himself working alongside Emily (Hannah Spearritt), a fellow teenage espionage agent. Keith David, Daniel Roebuck, and Cynthia Stevenson all return from the first film, while British filmmaker Kevin Allen takes over as director. … More
|Rating:||PG (for action, violence and some crude humor)|
|Genre:||Action & Adventure, Kids & Family, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy|
|Directed By:||Kevin Allen|
|Written By:||Harald Zwart, Dylan Sellers, Don Rhymer, Kevin Allen|
|In Theaters:||Mar 12, 2004 Wide|
|On DVD:||Jul 13, 2004|
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Critic Reviews for Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London
Really pretty hateful, shooting for the bulk of its laughs at the expense of those wacky foreign kids and the endlessly humiliated Anthony Anderson.
The sequel's a caricatured and clichéd yawner. And the tone is all wrong.
Muniz manages to retain his wide-eyed, harried charm, but the film is really a shameful disservice to both him and the family audience which will no doubt turn out in droves to see it.
Audience Reviews for Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London
Oh Frankie, how you can't act.
It was actually as good as the first film! Really good!
i would join a country club, coverse with the smug people who work there, watch 1 whole golf game without drinking all before i would watch something like Cody Banks. thank you.
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