The fourth instalment of the Spy Kids series, ‘Spy Kids 4: All the time in the World’ is designed especially for the kids. In this movie, Jessica Alba is cool enough to kick a master criminal’s butt even when she is pregnant. However, she doesn’t reveal her identity as spy to her husband including her step kids. Besides, the Timekeeper begins to neutralise everyone who can stop him. However, at the end of the day, everything is left to the kids to save the world.
The two kids Rebecca and Cecil are ordinary kids with the usual movie-type quirks. However she is a skilled prankster and he reads a lot about electronics and advanced physics. Constantly they bet money and fight a lot and trying to score more points against one another. Jessica will be the retired spy who gives birth to a child with Wilbur and looks after the family.
The villain known as the Timekeeper begins stealing the time from the world. She is holding onto a mysterious azure which is the only known defence against the Timekeeper’s Armageddon Device. But the jewel ends up in Rebecca’s hands and the kids are very soon attacked by enemy spies. The kids will then heads to the OSS headquarters with their guardian robot dog named Argonaut. The former Spy Kid Carmen thinks they might have what it takes to become Spy Kids themselves, if they can learn to work together. The kids save the world at the end of the day.
However the performances are not bad, but the dialogues seems to be written especially for kids. It is fun watching Vega and Daryl Sabara returning into the scene but a very little is done by them. Finally, the movie is worth watching who like the 3D pictures and the gadgets world.