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'Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London'
(Frankie Muniz, Anthony Anderson, Hannah Spearritt / PG / 97 mins / MGM)

Overview: Frankie Muniz stars as Cody Banks, the teen spy who can't figure out how to talk to girls. He returns to Kamp Woody for more CIA training before moving to London as a foreign-exchange student. But as his new mentor (Anthony Anderson) informs him, he's really there for another assignment. Banks is assisted by a new female junior agent (Hannah Spearritt).

Verdict: The discomforting double entendres fly fast and furious from frame one here in this sequel to the over-popular first adventure. And, yet again, 'Agent Cody Banks: Destination London' is content to trot out the flimsiest of heavily worn spy-movie cliches with numerous one-liners shoehorned into the script! Trust me on this one, the gadgets don't maketh the man!





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