Spy Kids: All the Time in the World (★★ Empire DVD/Blu-ray review)

SpyKids4SquareSeven years after Game Over, the optimistically titled third instalment, two new Spy Kids take over the franchise, trying to stop a villain from stealing time. It’s one-dimensional even in 3D, and while it might pass time for undemanding kids, the Aroma-Scope scratchcard cannot lie: it stinks. ★★
EXTRAS: Cast and crew interviews, ‘making of’ bobbins, deleted scenes. No commentary? No cooking class? No 10-Minute Film School? Robert Rodriguez must have run out of, uh, time. ★★★

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