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    Agent Cody Banks

    High-school student Cody Banks wants nothing more than what every other teen wants: to survive the banality of adolescence and become an adult. But he can't! As a part of a secret teen CIA program, he must finish his chores, avoid getting grounded, and save the world all at the same time.
    Duration: 102 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2003
    IMDb: 5.1
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  • Actors of "Agent Cody Banks"

  • Characters of "Agent Cody Banks"

  • Directors of "Agent Cody Banks"

    Harald Zwart. Director of Agent Cody Banks

    Harald Zwart

    Birthdate: 1 July 1965, Netherlands
  • Creators of "Agent Cody Banks"

    Ashley Miller. Director of Agent Cody Banks

    Ashley Miller

    Birthdate: 16 March 1971, Pennsylvania, USA
    Zack Stentz. Director of Agent Cody Banks

    Zack Stentz

  • Critic Reviews of "Agent Cody Banks"

    Time Out

    February 09, 2006

    Zwart pulls out enough stops in action sequences involving jet-propelled skateboards, stunt drives and mountain rescues to keep the ball rolling nicely.

    Ebert & Roeper

    March 18, 2003

    Agent Cody Banks has a TV movie feel to it. The special effects are kind of hokey, the jokes pretty lame and the stunts looked like they're performed by stunt performers.

    Toronto Star

    March 14, 2003

    Agent Cody Banks provides the kind of high-quality entertainment one would expect in an adult action adventure that is expected to rake in major bucks.

    Seattle Times

    March 14, 2003

    Those who aren't part of the 10- to 13-year-old target audience will probably also find it witless and derivative.

    San Francisco Chronicle

    March 14, 2003

    An entertaining film for kids and young teens.

    Philadelphia Inquirer

    March 14, 2003

    A listless, tween James Bond wannabe.

    Family Home Theater

    May 26, 2016

    The Bond films never feel dated, and neither does Agent Cody Banks. It still plays well, and for that credit the special effects that compare favorably to today's films and the fact that high school never seems to change.

    Common Sense Media

    September 09, 2010

    Only a kid could love it, but they do.

    Urban Cinefile

    October 18, 2008

    Muniz and Duff seem to be two perfectly normal teenagers thrown in the midst of an elaborate fantasy, and they pull it off beautifully.

    Apollo Guide

    April 07, 2007

    Dreadful, witless and pointless.

    Zertinet Movies

    March 15, 2006

    A bland and condescending adaptation of an adult action film for a younger audience.

    UK Critic

    September 09, 2003

    The movie is bouncy and colourful, and cheesy in a nice way, but it outstays its welcome in the last half hour.

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