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|Foreign affairs get kid-tested when agent cody banks heads to england to catch an evil scientist who's stolen a mind-contro device for his plot to rule the world! Posing as a student at an elite boarding school, the cia's most minor agent teams up with london's hottest spy to stop this madman.|
"As ingenious and lively as the original film. Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
Editor's NoteFrankie Muniz reprises his role as teenage CIA agent Cody Banks in this sequel directed by Kevin Allen (THE BIG TEASE, TWIN TOWN). Cody's parents believe that he is having a blissful summer as a counselor at sleep-away camp. Little do they know that Kamp Woody is really a secret CIA training camp for kids, and that their sixteen-year old son has been sent to London to track down the camp's director, Diaz (Keith Allen), a demoted agent with a diabolical plot. Diaz is planning to join forces with British aristocrat Lord Duncan Kenworth (James Faulkner) and take control of the world using stolen mind control software implanted in the teeth of world leaders. Dispatched to London to foil Diaz's plan, Banks is provided with an array of cool gadgets, such as explosive Mentos (a mint candy) and a retainer that doubles as a tracking device, as well as a fully loaded black London cab that James Bond would love. Meanwhile, lovely Emily (Hannah Spearitt) from Scotland Yard's teen training division is on the case as well. Anthony Anderson plays Derek, an agent who is assigned to assist Banks during his London adventure.
Cast & Crew
|Andrewq MacRitchie - Editor|
|David Nicksay - Producer|
|Denis Crossan - Cinematographer|
|Don Rhymer - Screenplay|
|Jason Alexander - Executive Producer|
|Jeffrey Jurgenson - Writer|
|Kevin Allen - Director|
|Mark Thomas - Musical Score|