Spy Kids: All The Time In The World Review – Direction & 4D

Robert Rodriguez’s direction is average at best as he is not able to hold the narrative together. Robert Rodriguez and Carl Thiel’s background score is passable. Jimmy Lindsey and Robert Rodriguez’s cinematography is appealing. Dan Zimmerman’s editing is shoddy. The highly-advertised 4D element – smell cards which have to be scratched when a particular number pops up on the screen – add no value at all. The visual effects are okay. The use of 3D effects is fair.

Spy Kids: All The Time In The World Review – Verdict

On the whole, Spy Kids: All The Time In The World is a dull fare which will find the going at the Indian box-office tough.

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