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      Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London

      PG Released Mar 12, 2004 1 hr. 40 min. Kids & Family Adventure Comedy List
      13% 94 Reviews Tomatometer 31% 100,000+ Ratings Audience Score Teenage spy Cody Banks (Frankie Muniz) returns for another mission, and this time around he has a new partner, the humorous and amiable Derek Bowman (Anthony Anderson). Cody and Derek must travel to England to foil the plot of Victor Diaz (Keith Allen), a villainous operative who aims to wreak havoc with experimental mind-control technology. Joining Cody and Derek is pretty British schoolgirl Emily Sommers (Hannah Spearritt), who turns out to be a fellow undercover spy. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Apr 30 Buy Now

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      Young kids may find this London adventure fun, but older kids may find it too simplistic.

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      Books R One of my favorite movies of all time. It never gets old. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 06/13/23 Full Review Audience Member Agent Cody Banks 2 does some things better than its predecessor (I do think the titular character plays better off of Anthony Anderson's character than the no-nonsense Angie Harmon character from the previous film) and it does have its share of good scenes (mainly when the summer orchestra students start singing Franklin Starr's War, even if they reminded me that I would rather be watching the Rush Hour trilogy instead) but its cringey humour, lighter tone, eyeroll-inducing product placement and more poorly-edited action sequences make Destination London just another lame spy film released to cash in on Spy Kids (I know, I know, as opposed to the first film). Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/23/23 Full Review Audience Member A masterpiece of social and economic criticism deeply digging into the capitalist ideals that so parade around the entire studio mindset that has produced this, beautiful film. Like said in Hail Caesar, writers try and get socialist content into films, this is a example of a writer doing just that. The acting and directing is terrible and not fitting in with the pure underlying themes of Marxism woven so perfectly into the film. A shame a less mainstream studio didn't produce it. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/10/23 Full Review Audience Member What the flip happened? The first movie was so good and Hilary duff brought everything to that movie and in this sequel they totally forgot about her most likely on purpose because she's too busy making so much money with Disney but man. They should've known that without her this movie would suck and ultimately it did suck. I was legit waiting for her to make a cameo at least during this entire movie but nope it never happened. I'm deeply disappointed in this and this movie deserved to bomb at the box office. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/19/23 Full Review Audience Member At least the cast looked like they had fun making it. Otherwise this movie is a stinker. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 01/16/23 Full Review Audience Member What the flip happened? The first movie was so good and Hilary duff brought everything to that movie and in this sequel they totally forgot about her most likely on purpose because she’s too busy making so much money with Disney but man. They should’ve known that without her this movie would suck and ultimately it did suck. I was legit waiting for her to make a cameo at least during this entire movie but nope it never happened. I’m deeply disappointed in this and this movie deserved to bomb at the box office. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 12/07/21 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Nell Minow Common Sense Media Moderately cute action comedy for young tweens. Rated: 3/5 Dec 21, 2010 Full Review Empire Magazine Rated: 2/5 Apr 1, 2006 Full Review Jamie Russell BBC.com Lazy, smug and completely self-satisfied, this half-hearted sequel to Agent Cody Banks swaps Sean Connery suavity for Roger Moore stupidity. Rated: 1/5 Mar 30, 2004 Full Review Emanuel Levy EmanuelLevy.Com Rated: D Oct 3, 2012 Full Review Anthony Del Valle Las Vegas Mercury You may be surprised at how not torturous [the film is]. Rated: 2.5/5 Nov 7, 2004 Full Review Tony Medley tonymedley.com Rated: 1/10 Oct 7, 2004 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis Teenage spy Cody Banks (Frankie Muniz) returns for another mission, and this time around he has a new partner, the humorous and amiable Derek Bowman (Anthony Anderson). Cody and Derek must travel to England to foil the plot of Victor Diaz (Keith Allen), a villainous operative who aims to wreak havoc with experimental mind-control technology. Joining Cody and Derek is pretty British schoolgirl Emily Sommers (Hannah Spearritt), who turns out to be a fellow undercover spy.
      Director
      Kevin Allen
      Executive Producer
      Madonna, Jason Alexander, Jennifer Birchfield-Eick, Kerry David, Danny Gold, Michael A. Jackman, Mark Morgan, Bob Yari
      Screenwriter
      Don Rhymer
      Distributor
      Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
      Production Co
      Dylan Sellers Productions, Metro Goldwyn Mayer, Maverick Films, Splendid Pictures
      Rating
      PG (Some Crude Humor|Action/Violence)
      Genre
      Kids & Family, Adventure, Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Mar 12, 2004, Wide
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Oct 1, 2016
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $23.2M
      Sound Mix
      Dolby SRD, DTS, Surround
      Aspect Ratio
      Scope (2.35:1)
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