Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams (2002)

Spy Kids vs. Magna Men

When all of the adult OSS agents are drugged at an awards banquet with the president, it’s up to the Spy Kids to defend the transmooker device against the Magna Men.

Directed by Robert Rodriguez.

Released in 2002 by Miramax Films.

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  • actor: Dale Dudley
  • actor: Emily Osment
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  • actor: Matt O'Leary
  • actor: Carla Gugino
  • director: Robert Rodriguez
  • producer: Bill Scott
  • producer: Harvey Weinstein
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  • producer: Elizabeth Avellan
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  • composer: Robert Rodriguez
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  • role-name: Ingrid Cortez
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  • role-name: Donnagon Giggles
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  • screenwriter: Robert Rodriguez
  • year: 2002
  • studio: Miramax Films