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Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination LondonTeenage spy Cody Banks returns for another mission, and this time around he has a new partner, the humorous and amiable Derek Bowman. The mission is to retrieve the device before the world's leaders fall under the evil control of a diabolical villain.Keywords:
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Directors of "Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London"Kevin AllenBirthdate: 15 September 1962, Swansea, Wales, UK
Creators of "Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London"Jeffrey JurgensenHarald ZwartBirthdate: 1 July 1965, Netherlands
Critic Reviews of "Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London"Village VoiceMarch 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.Ebert & RoeperMarch 15, 2004
... tedious, forgettable and wholly unnecessary.Washington PostMarch 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.Toronto StarMarch 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.Seattle TimesMarch 12, 2004
Kids may well find the film diverting, but there's just not a lot of creativity or energy here.San Francisco ChronicleMarch 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.Common Sense MediaDecember 21, 2010
Moderately cute action comedy for young tweens.Las Vegas MercuryNovember 07, 2004
You may be surprised at how not torturous [the film is].Reel.comAugust 13, 2004
The sequel's a caricatured and clichéd yawner. And the tone is all wrong.Film Journal InternationalAugust 08, 2004
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.Movie MetropolisAugust 03, 2004
The only good I sense coming from this Cody Banks film is that it's so bad, we probably won't be seeing any more of them. Call me an optimistic; I live in hope.Laramie Movie ScopeJuly 26, 2004
A contender for worst film of the year.
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