Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London Reviews

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March 30, 2004
Lazy, smug and completely self-satisfied, this half-hearted sequel to Agent Cody Banks swaps Sean Connery suavity for Roger Moore stupidity.
March 16, 2004
Really pretty hateful, shooting for the bulk of its laughs at the expense of those wacky foreign kids and the endlessly humiliated Anthony Anderson.
March 16, 2004
March 15, 2004
... tedious, forgettable and wholly unnecessary.
March 12, 2004
Kids should be reasonably diverted for a couple of hours, but odds are they'll have forgotten the whole thing by the next morning.
March 12, 2004
Here's just about everything a 6-year-old spy would hope to find in a kiddie-espionage flick, with just a twinge of romance, but nothing serious to interrupt Cody's undoubtedly continuing career.
March 12, 2004
Kids may well find the film diverting, but there's just not a lot of creativity or energy here.
March 12, 2004
The same young teens who cozied up to the first picture will probably enjoy the sequel, but it won't win many new fans.
March 12, 2004
Even by kiddie-flick standards, this one, directed by Kevin Allen, is astonishingly lame.
March 12, 2004
Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London should have been stopped at customs -- as family entertainment, it constitutes child abuse.
March 12, 2004
With lots of cool gadgets, plenty of silliness and a clever concept guaranteed to appeal to preteens, this should be an unflagging, high-octane romp.
March 12, 2004
As ingenious and lively as the original film.
March 12, 2004
After 90 minutes of diligently searching the premises of ACB2, no evidence of mass entertainment can be found.
March 12, 2004
Director Kevin Allen offers a lot more gadgets in Cody 2, but surprisingly little in the way of memorable action.
March 12, 2004
Apart from funny supporting work by the inventor of the Mind Control and the guy in the 'Q' role, the movie is pretty routine.
March 12, 2004
No matter how adorable you think Muniz is, it's becoming increasingly hard to buy him as a socially inept teenager/spy.
March 12, 2004
An uninspired caper that gains nothing from picture-postcard London backdrops.
March 11, 2004
Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London is simply not worth the trip.
March 11, 2004
This is as joyless a spy caper as one could devise.
March 11, 2004
The subversive humor that occasionally brightened Agent Cody Banks is absent from this sophomore effort.
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