A decade after the initial Spy Kids movie, here we have some new tricks on a very old dog. Spy Kids: All The Time in the World has not only jumped on the 3D bandwagon, but has also taken a stab at innovation. It’s employed the use of scratch-n-sniff cards. While they may not smelll like what they’re supposed to, they’re at least a refreshing distraction to what’s happening on screen. Don’t risk taking a whiff.
A strategic yacht with an extra long and pointy mast sails beneath a woman falling from airborne wreckage; spearing her guts out in an awesome splatter of blood and gore. It could only be Final Destination… in 3D! Again. Derivative, repetitive and deeply boring, it’s time Death came for this tired old franchise.