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AGENT CODY BANKS/AGENT CODY BANKS 2 - DESTINATION LONDON CERT 12

£14.99

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Double bill of teen James Bond spoofs, starring Frankie Muniz (of 'Malcolm in the Middle' fame) as fifteen-year-old CIA operative Cody Banks. In 'Agent Cody Banks' (2003), normal teenager Cody is picked out of nowhere by the CIA to become an super-agent and save the world. His mission is to get friendly with classmate Natalie (Hilary Duff of 'Lizzie McGuire' fame), whose father is creating indestructible robots and is hell-bent on world domination. Can Cody stop the baddies while also dealing with the usual teenage troubles such as nagging parents, school and getting the girl? In the sequel, 'Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London' (2004), a villainous double agent (Keith Allen) has stolen a top secret experimental mind-control device and taken it to England. To get close to him, Cody travels undercover to the UK, posing as a student in an elite private boarding school. In between infiltrating enemy hideouts and spying on his sinister quarry, Cody has to go to class and is even forced to join the school band - despite his total lack of musical talent. He soon discovers that he is working alongside a British secret agent counterpart, Emily (Hannah Spearritt). Can the teenage sleuths track down the bad guy in time to stop the device being used to control the minds of the world's leaders?

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Classification:
12
Condition:
New & sealed
Display format:
2.35:1
Film studio:
MGM Home Entertainment
Genre:
Kids & family
Region:
2

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Double bill of teen James Bond spoofs, starring Frankie Muniz (of 'Malcolm in the Middle' fame) as fifteen-year-old CIA operative Cody Banks. In 'Agent Cody Banks' (2003), normal teenager Cody is picked out of nowhere by the CIA to become an super-agent and save the world. His mission is to get friendly with classmate Natalie (Hilary Duff of 'Lizzie McGuire' fame), whose father is creating indestructible robots and is hell-bent on world domination. Can Cody stop the baddies while also dealing with the usual teenage troubles such as nagging parents, school and getting the girl? In the sequel, 'Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London' (2004), a villainous double agent (Keith Allen) has stolen a top secret experimental mind-control device and taken it to England. To get close to him, Cody travels undercover to the UK, posing as a student in an elite private boarding school. In between infiltrating enemy hideouts and spying on his sinister quarry, Cody has to go to class and is even forced to join the school band - despite his total lack of musical talent. He soon discovers that he is working alongside a British secret agent counterpart, Emily (Hannah Spearritt). Can the teenage sleuths track down the bad guy in time to stop the device being used to control the minds of the world's leaders?

Classification:
12
Condition:
New & sealed
Display format:
2.35:1
Film studio:
MGM Home Entertainment
Genre:
Kids & family
Region:
2

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