If you’d like a reminder of how old you are, I’m here to tell you that the family classic Spy Kids hit theaters 20 years ago — March 30, 2001. I don’t know what surprises me more about that movie: how good it was, how it’s still a part of pop culture 20 years later, or that it was created by Grindhouse director Robert Rodriguez. Nonetheless, if you want to take this milestone as an opportunity to add Spy Kids to your digital library, you can save some money in the process. Fandango is currently offering Spy Kids for $7 and each of the first two sequels for $8 each. And you can snag the three-film collection for $18 — all in HD.
Selling elsewhere for $13, you can get the original Spy Kids in HD for $7. This is the film that first pits kids Carmen and Juni (Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara) against grown-up spies, armed with an array of awesome gadgets.
You can get Spy Kids 2 for $8 in SD or $10 in HD.
This time around, Carmen and Juni are on a mission that requires teamwork, so the kids recruit mom and dad (Carla Gugino and Antonio Banderas) along with their grandparents (Holland Taylor and Ricardo Montalban) to save the world.
You can collect the third film in the franchise, Spy Kids 3: Game Over, for $8 in SD or $10 in HD.
In this installment, Juni and Carmen Cortez enter a video game.
If you want the whole trilogy, this bundle rounds up all three films for $18 in HD — the movies aren’t available in 4K.
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