Spy Kids (2001)

Family is a Mission Worth Fighting For

In the aftermath of their mission to Floop’s castle, the Cortez children are called on another mission by Devlin (George Clooney).

Directed by Robert Rodriguez.

Released in 2001 by Miramax Films.

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  • character-type: Parent
  • character-type: Mutant
  • character-type: Robot
  • character-type: Uncle
  • character-type: Host
  • character-type: Child
  • character-type: Spy
  • character-type: Executive
  • editors-choice: Endings
  • primary-genre: Children and Family
  • secondary-genre: Movies for ages 8 to 10
  • secondary-genre: Movies for ages 11 to 12
  • secondary-genre: Family Adventures
  • secondary-genre: Family Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Family Features
  • secondary-genre: Children & Family Movies
  • mood: Family-Friendly
  • mood: Feel-Good
  • mood: Imaginative
  • prop: Television
  • prop: Tv
  • prop: Band-Aid
  • prop: Food
  • setting: Dining Room
  • setting: House
  • setting: Kitchen
  • theme: Helping
  • theme: Success
  • theme: Family
  • theme: Teamwork
  • actor: Tony Shalhoub
  • actor: Daryl Sabara
  • actor: Antonio Banderas
  • actor: Danny Trejo
  • actor: Alexa Vega
  • actor: Alan Cumming
  • actor: Carla Gugino
  • actor: George Clooney
  • director: Robert Rodriguez
  • producer: Tamara Smith
  • producer: Bill Scott
  • producer: Harvey Weinstein
  • producer: Bob Weinstein
  • producer: Cary Granat
  • producer: Elizabeth Avellan
  • producer: Robert Rodriguez
  • cinematographer: Guillermo Navarro
  • composer: Los Lobos
  • composer: Danny Elfman
  • composer: John Debney
  • composer: Robert Rodriguez
  • editor: Robert Rodriguez
  • costume-designer: Deborah Everton
  • production-designer: Cary White
  • role-name: Alexander Minion
  • role-name: Ingrid Cortez
  • role-name: Devlin
  • role-name: Gregorio Cortez
  • role-name: Fegan Floop
  • role-name: Machete
  • role-name: Juni Cortez
  • role-name: Carmen Cortez
  • screenwriter: Robert Rodriguez
  • year: 2001
  • studio: Miramax Films