Agent Cody Banks 2 - Destination London [DVD] 
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Frankie Muniz reprises his role as teenage CIA agent Cody Banks in this Action packed sequel directed by Kevin Allen.
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Frankie Muniz has charm and assurance as Cody, doing most if not all his own stunts, these look very polished, so he makes a convincing secret agent. Anthony Anderson (Derek) adds a lot of comedy, Hannah Spearritt is outstanding as mysterious flautist Emily, and Keith Allen clearly relishes his role as Diaz.
Special features include 'back in action', deleted scenes, extended scenes and subtitles. Only one question remains, what happened to Cody's first love Natalie? Only one criticism, with just this one sequel, Cody only gets to save the world twice.
if you don't buy this film you must lead a very sad little life.
I am in this movie and am writing to say that all this critisism is really bugging me. It is not a copy of Spy Kids because its a totally different story, also i dont think its right that adults should be rating children movies because this is quite a good movie and there is no reason to kill the good reputation of myself as an actor and the wonderful cast/ crew.
P.S: I hope you pass my idea of children rating their own movies to the rating people.
The first 1/4 is good where they establish who one of the 'bad guys' is but once Cody is sent to London it all goes to pot. The 'English' technician in the 'London Dungeons' scene is so OTT and fake it is untrue. He made me cringe and from then on it went down hill.
The characters are dire and the acting worse. The gadgets are the only good bit in this film and as for Cody's Handler ..........
In reality not only does it send up Britain but also make the CIA look as though they are fools too.
I'm just soooo glad I bought this DVD 2nd hand so didn't pay that much for it because this film was a total waste of money. :(