Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over


Once upon a time.

There was a young Thumb Thumb

named Juni.

Juni was shy and had no self-confidence.

Until one day evil Thumb Thumbs

kidnapped his spy Thumb Thumb parents.

It was up to Juni and his sister. Carmen.

To save Mom and Dad.

And save them they did.

Juni became a hero.

The best Thumb Thumb agent ever seen.

But one day Juni was betrayed.

He could not forgive the Thumb Thumbs

for using him.

So he left Thumb village.

Vowing never to return.

No one ever really

saw much of Juni after that.

No one lived happily ever after.

The end.

Wasn't that a marvelous story, children?

Today's feature presentation

will also be in three dimensions.

But for now, take off your glasses.

You won't need them for about...

ooh, 15 minutes or so.

At that point,

the movie becomes 3-D!

Don't worry. You'll know

when to put your glasses on.

When one of the main characters

puts his on, you do the same.

Now, if your eyes get tired

during the 3-D section of the movie,

take off your glasses,

rush out to the concession stand,

purchase an extra large popcorn,

an extra large soda,

come back to your seat,

put your glasses back on and voil!

You just spent $35!

Keep those glasses off until it's time.

And enjoy the show!

Agua. As in water.

Cute. But I wasn't here for cute.

I was here 'cause I'd gotten

a call for my regular fee.

$ 4.99

I'm an ex-secret agent.

My name is Juni Cortez.

And I'm a private detective.

A P.I.

A private eye.

A gumshoe.

I know why the water

from your park is missing.

- Pray tell.

- It's winter.

They shut down the park

during the winter.

Who's "they"?

The people who really own this park.

Times are tough.

But a guy's gotta do what he's gotta do.

From saving cats in trees...

...to finding lost toys.

To helping people...

Hold on.


The OSS is looking for me?

Look, I'm no longer an agent.

I can't help you.

Whatever it is, it's your problem.

Leave me alone!

I'd been burned by the agency.

The OSS.

So I left.

No going back.

I handle my own assignments now.

Smaller in scale.

I was saving up for something big.

I was standing in line

to buy my copy of the biggest

Virtual-reality game in history.

It goes online at midnight.

Pretty exciting. I suppose.

Game Over.

The biggest video game

to ever be created. Period.

This is a worldwide event.

The game was created by someone

known only as the Toymaker.

Who was once again

unavailable for interviews.

But there's gotta be some things

more important than games.

Oh. And did we mention

the surprises the Toymaker has in store

for those of you that complete level five?

Untold riches. Toys. And prizes

beyond your wildest dreams.

Hey, no cutting in line, freak.

I wasn't cutting.

I was standing right here!

End of the line!

Needless to say.

Things have been pretty lame

since I left the OSS.


Things were about to get worse.

Dear Juni.

I was doing some work

and thought you might like these.

Miniaturized sharks.

Remember. They're still man-eaters. So

don't be poking your fingers in the bowl.

Take care. If you guys

ever need anything. I'll be there.


Ralph, write a thank-you note

back to Romero.

Behave, you guys.

No fighting.

- Whatcha doin'?

- Hi, Gerti.

I'm just doing nothing... again.

- What's that?

- Mexican chocolate.

- Where's your mom and dad?

- On an assignment.

It was my idea not to be

part of the family business.

They're all on missions.

Your sister, too, huh?

I haven't seen Carmen

since Christmas... last year.

You should join back up.

The OSS could really use you.

- Yeah. Use me.

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