#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A government agent trains a typical teenager Cody Banks who loves to skateboard, hates math, and feels like a complete idiot around girls, in the ways of covert operations that require younger participants. But Cody’s got a secret–he’s actually part of a secret teen CIA program. Cody’s living every boy’s dream life–he can drive like a stunt man, has an incredible arsenal of cool gadgets, and his agency mentor, Ronica Miles, is totally hot. But Cody’s training is put to the test when he’s sent to pose as a prep school student and befriend fellow teen Natalie Connors in order to gain access to her father–a scientist unknowingly developing a fleet of deadly pair of twisted villains called the nanobots for the evil organization ERIS, which can destroy any carbon or silicon-based substance-to destroy the world’s defense systems so he can threaten anyone who opposes him. From runaway cars and high-speed snowboard chases to a spectacular final mountaintop showdown, Cody has to use everything he’s learned to prove himself as an agent and stop ERIS from completing their mission before their mission fails.
Plot: Recruited by the U.S. government to be a special agent, nerdy teenager Cody Banks must get closer to cute classmate Natalie in order to learn about an evil plan hatched by her father. But despite the agent persona, Cody struggles with teen angst.
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Not as bad as you might suspect!
Normally I dislike (and somewhat resent) unoriginal movies that are simply an exercise in age regression of an established franchise to target a younger consumer audience (Young Indiana Jones, Young Sherlock Holmes, Muppet Babies, et al) . This practice ruined Saturday morning for me even moreso than mandatory comic-relief characters (Scrappy Doo anyone?). To be honest I went in expecting VERY little from Agent Cody Banks which was obviously a spy genre movie targeted at consumers too old for Spy Kids and too young to get into Bond films.
The story concerns a stand-out from an experimental new government recruiting facility that takes high school kids to a ‘summer camp’ which is actually a high-tech training operation for young CIA operatives. Cody Banks is one of the ‘graduates’ of this program who is currently simply getting by in his regular routine until his country calls him up to active duty.
It seems a nerdy scientist has developed nanobots capable of eating their way through just about anything at the atomic level (originally designed to clean up oil spills in offshore disasters). Needless to say, the funding for the project is supplied by a shadowy character with plans for world domination and, of course, he has a menacing henchman (Francois – rather ironic considering the US relations with France at the moment) who does the physical dirty work on the mastermind’s behalf. When the villains seek to kidnap the daughter (Duff) of the nerdy scientist to gain control over the nanobots, Cody Banks (Muniz) is called into active service and given an array of spy gear that would make Bond envious. The side ‘gimmick’ is that Cody is shy and cannot talk to girls which makes him ‘endearing’ juxtaposed to Bond’s womanizing talents. In all other respects Cody is a 5′ tall 15 year old James Bond.
Sounds like a Bond film? It is. Only better than the last three Bond outings (believe it or not). I am actually fairly certain the sets and props used at the end of the film are recycled from early Bond films (most notably the sub bay and mag-lev train from Moonraker and/or Man With the Golden Gun- I cannot remember which film for sure, but you’ll recognize it when you see it). The plot, while COMPLETELY unoriginal, is consistent and engaging enough to hold the attention (especially if you are too young to have seen the Bond/spy movies it borrows from). The gadgets are fairly interesting and, again, while derivative of earlier franchises, are fun to see in the hands of a teenager.
The acting is fairly credible (such as it is) with a few exaggerated (and over-acted) spy film stereotypes. There’s no profanity, no nudity, no drugs (though what COULD be alcohol if you wanted to see it as such), plenty of action and the requisite action-film violence (and one fairly gruesome death at the end).
This movie is targeted squarely at the ‘puberty set’ but is still enjoyable by all ages. My 5 year old son really enjoyed it and nothing in the film was more objectionable than what he watches on broadcast TV (perhaps less so to be honest).
I recommend this film to anyone that likes spy films and anyone looking for a ‘safe’ film the entire family can enjoy.
“Agent Cody Banks” sticks Banks (Muniz), a 16 year old high school student and CIA junior agent, in the middle of a 007 plot clone with a nemesis who’s out to extort nanobot technology from a good-guy scientist to control the world. Banks’ mission is to get close to the scientist’s hottie daughter (Duff) so he can…um, save the world. This kid flick has the same kind of high tech stuff, great sets, and production value we come to expect with 007 or MI flicks including martial arts, X-boarding, etc. all built around a teen puppy love story centerpiece. A fun action guy flick for kids which gets moving quick and never slows down. (B)
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min)
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Family, Romance, Thriller
Director Harald Zwart
Writer Ashley Miller (screenplay), Zack Stentz (screenplay), Scott Alexander (screenplay), Larry Karaszewski (screenplay), Jeffrey Jurgensen (story)
Actors Frankie Muniz, Hilary Duff, Angie Harmon, Keith David
Country USA, Canada
Awards 5 nominations.
Production Company Splendid Pictures, Maverick Films
Sound Mix DTS (DTS HD Master Audio 5.1) (5.1 Surround Sound) (5.1), Dolby Digital (Dolby Digital 5.1) (5.1 Surround Sound) (5.1), D-Cinema 48kHz 5.1 (D-Cinema prints) (5.1 Surround Sound) (5.1)
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1 (Anamorphic), 2.39 : 1 (widescreen), Widescreen, Widescreen (widescreen), 2.39 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Millennium, Panavision Primo, C- and E-Series Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA, Rainmaker Digital Pictures Group Ltd., Vancouver, Canada (dailies)
Film Length 2,016 m, 3,035 m (5 reels)
Negative Format Anamorphic Video, Anamorphic Video (anamorphic), Video (HD), 35 mm (Kodak Vision 500T 7279)
Cinematographic Process (anamorphic), (anamorphic) (anamorphic), Digital Intermediate (4K), Video, Widescreen, Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format Anamorphic Video, Anamorphic Video (anamorphic), Video, 35 mm (Kodak Vision 2383)