"spy Kids" Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times applauds the new movie "Spy Kids," an adventure fantasy about two kids who discover their parents were once glamorous globetrotting secret agents. Robert Rodriguez, who also directed "El Mariachi" and "From Dusk till Dawn," departs from the slasher and adult adventure films he has made in the past to create a successful family film.

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Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times applauds the new movie "Spy Kids," an adventure fantasy about two kids who discover their parents were once glamorous globetrotting secret agents. Robert Rodriguez, who also directed "El Mariachi" and "From Dusk till Dawn," departs from the slasher and adult adventure films he has made in the past to create a successful family film.