Spy School

DVD Release: January 20, 2009
Spy School
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Synopsis

When Thomas, a class clown who is infamous for telling tall tales, discovers a secret plot to kidnap the President’s daughter, no one believes him. Realizing that he must take matters into his own hands – Thomas must embark on the adventure of a lifetime. A film about friendship and the value of honesty, Spy School is an exciting and hilarious film that the whole family will enjoy!

Dove Review

Thomas is a delightful boy but he is like “The boy who cried wolf” one too many times. There are lessons to learn and consequences for lies as he learns this the hard way. Here is a funny and adventurous story of how telling lies can cause you big problems when there is real trouble and no one believes you.

The movie also is one that relays a story regarding friendships and those awkward feelings of a first love. Filled with comedy and some great music everyone will enjoy this family-friendly movie. Dove awards the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to “Spy School”.

Content Description

Sex: Young girl kisses boy.
Language: None
Violence: Football thrown through window; boy bullying another boy; men with guns; girl is kidnapped.
Drugs: Man smokes cigar.
Nudity: None
Other: The telling of tall tales.

Info

Company: Screen Media
Director: Mark Blutman
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 88 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe