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Junior High Spy (Inception Media DVD)


Picture: C     Sound: D     Extras: D     Main Program: C+



When Ricky Lazio's F.B.I. agent father gets kidnapped, Ricky believes he knows who is behind it and wants in on rescuing his father, but when the F.B.I. agency dismisses him and ignores him, he decides to take matters into his own hands.  Along with his 10 year IT backup he uses the skills and gadgets his father taught him to track and find the men who took his father in Junior High Spy.


Ricky's dream is to one day join his father in the secret service field, but that day comes a lot sooner than he wanted when his own father is kidnapped by an evil woman's illegal shipping organization.  With the aid of his 10 year old hacker/best friend he must infiltrate the grounds and mansion, stop the bad guys and rescue his father.  He tricks his way into their home, by seducing the two beautiful sisters who live there. 


This movie was a child's fantasy of being in a spy family (we’ve seen this one before), it looked like it was more filmed by a bunch of weekend warriors.  (I don't think F.B.I. agents get paid that much to live in rich house or get to keep high tech spy gear in their homes.)  The film was more comic than anything else, in particular with a horny 10 year old 'super' hacker kid trying to get him and the main character in the two sister's bed.  In a nutshell it was like a like a kid in a bad James Bond knock-off (thankfully there wasn't any sex scenes, or we would have really had to have called the cops).


The anamorphically enhanced 1.78 X 1 picture is soft, lossy Dolby Digital sound very weak and there are no extras.  Not good.



-   Ricky Chiang


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