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The prepubescent, globetrotting, super-spy sibling duo from director Robert Rodriguez's surprise 2001 hit Spy Kids is back to save the world for a second time in this bigger-budget, larger-scale sequel. Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams opens with our heroes Carmen and Juni (Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara), now official OSS agents, in the midst of another crisis situation: They have to reclaim to the powerful Transmooker Device from the clutches of those who might try to use it to permanently disable energy on Earth. Their quest leads them to the tropical lair of Romero (Steve Buscemi), an unhinged scientist who retreated into seclusion after a daring experiment backfired on him -- as well as on a whole breed of mutant creatures. As if finding the Transmooker weren't enough, Carmen and Juni have to contend with another set of mini-spies, Gary and Gerti Giggles (Matt O'Leary and Emily Osment), who are eager to one-up the world's most-respected spy kids. Returning to Spy Kids 2 are parents Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino, as well as the evil-doers of the first film, Alan Cummings and Tony Shalhoub.~Michael Hastings
Robert Rodriguez, Ten-minute film school "Big Movies Made Cheap"
A new kind of stunt kid
Feature commentary by Robert Rodriguez
Lost scenes with optional director's commentary - Intro to Spy Kids/Donnagon Intro/Dad Fires Juni/All Out Of Hereos/Lollipop Synchronization/Gary and Gerti Return/Romero Escapes/Grandpa Lays Down the Law
"Isle Of Dreams" music video
School at Big Bend National Park
Essential Gear: The gadgets of Spy Kids
Behind-the-scenes montages: Costa Rica/Cliff Stunt/Inflate-a-Suit/Spy Gala/Theme Park/Romero's Hideaway
Total access 24/7: "A Day In the Life of Spy Kids"
I was really disappointed when I received this as the picture ion the web site clearly showed that it included a Digital Copy. When I received it it did not include a digital copy. If movie no longer include digital copies the web site should show a picture o the on without the digital copy.
This review is from Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams [Blu-ray]