Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D Reviews

December 22, 2011
Clever and strange, 'Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D' is a psychedelic action movie that will boggle and entertain the minds of adults and kids alike. If you like wordplay, you will like it all the more for the witty dialogue.
November 28, 2011
Rodriguez reboots his eight-years-dormant franchise, with surprisingly entertaining and loosey-goosey results
September 21, 2011
Displaying a visual flair rare for a family film, this is entertaining, escapist fun.
September 1, 2011
A nice mix of old-fashioned imagination (anagrams, pranks, secret spaces) and newfangled effects (gizmos, gadgets, graphics), it's a rollicking, never obnoxious family flick.
August 31, 2011
... a shiny, complicated toy that's silly and doesn't really do anything, but is fun to play with.
August 26, 2011
In Spy Kids 4, women are warriors and men freely cry about their fathers, and it's this inversion that made me love the movie a little bit extra.
August 22, 2011
A pleasant time-waster kids will love with a pro-family togetherness message parents can appreciate...
August 22, 2011
Watchable, gadget-happy children's adventure that scrapes a pass thanks to likeable characters, pacey direction, some decent gags and Jessica Alba in a leather catsuit...
August 21, 2011
So plain-faced and literal-minded in its juvenile pandering that it's hard to dismiss it as a mere cash-in.
August 20, 2011
The gadgets are a lot of fun, including a robot dog with more functions than a Swiss Army Knife, hilariously voiced by Ricky Gervais.
August 19, 2011
It simply entertains at a basic level without leaving a lasting impression.
August 19, 2011
Far more coherent than its immediate predecessor, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D benefits greatly from its two likable young leads and some of the series' wittiest, pun-filled writing.
August 19, 2011
Let's make things clear right now: Spy Kids: All the Time in the World is juvenile, rough around the edges, and frequently clumsy. And yet...and yet...the film is so likably innocuous and unsuspectingly wise that it works better than it should.