Pop Culture | 00s | Movies

10 Things From Spy Kids That Have Really Stuck With You Over The Years

- Page 1

Spy Kids was fantastic. That is just a fact and you cannot convince me that this is not true. The film came out over 15 years ago now, but you know what, it holds up!


The movie was a great spy/adventure movie that made you feel super powerful as a kid. It also made us all a little bit suspicious of our parents. Maybe they were secret spies too...


It really was a great movie that has stuck with a lot of us for a long time, maybe because it is kind of messed up, or maybe because it's just THAT good.


Which moment from the movie is most prevalent in your memory?

1. How the kids had to do an obstacle course every day before school?


2. How the parents had the most impressive wedding ever?


3. What about the fact that the bad guy can make perfect copies of children and just has them around his house?


4. Or the messed up methods that are used to make the "Fooglies". I mean, those are REAL PEOPLE!?


5. The Thumb-Thumbs are pretty haunting. Did you know they were based on a picture the director remembers drawing as a kid?


That's just the tip of the iceberg. There are a lot more crazy things that made this movie stand out. Click to the next page to see the rest!

Page 1 Next Page

More Throwbacks


Where Are The Cast Members From 'A League Of Their Own' Now?

A League Of Their Own was one of the most iconic movies of the 90s. I know for me, it would come on TV at least once a month, and every time I would find myself drawn in, watching it even though I probably should have been doing anything else. Between Geena Davis's confident Dotti Hinson, and Tom Hanks's cranky Jimmy Dugan, the movie was irresistible. Every character was well-developed and brought something to the movie, and together they told a story that touched a lot of hearts. It has been over 25 years since A League Of Their Own


The Trailer For The Mr. Rogers Documentary Has Been Released And It's Absolutely Heartwarming

Few things are as sacred as Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood. The classic PBS children's show was on for 31 seasons, and even though it hasn't been filmed since 2001, it's still beloved to this day. Fred Rogers hosted the show with a kindness that can best be described as neighborly - at least that's what I think he would want to be described as. He was sweet, caring, and honest with his viewers, teaching them all the things they needed to learn.Every show started with the same song, while Rogers pulled on a cozy cardigan and asked us all if


11 Disney Reboots That Are Getting Made, Whether You Want Them Or Not

Disney movies were one of those things that you treasured with all of your heart. If you were anything like me, you had a collection of those white puffy cases on VHS and were really proud of how many you had accumulated. The thing is, Disney has continued making great movies in recent years, even though they don't exactly look how we remember them looking. Sure, everything is a little bit more 3D and perhaps slightly too realistic, but the stories will still hit you right in the heart. However, lately they have been turning their sights onto something a


'Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory' Star Returns To TV And Everyone Was Freaking Out

Watching Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory as a kid was basically a requirement. Pretty much everyone had to watch it, otherwise everyone else would think you were crazy. Seeing all those bratty kids roam around the chocolate factory, demanding Wonka explain all of his eccentric genius is one of those things that I think was supposed to make me think Wonka was being mean, but really it just made me hate those kids - even Charlie. I know he was technically the hero of the story, but even he broke off from the group and invaded a space he