Good movies for kids are hard to make. I think they might even be harder to make than Oscar-bait. Award-winning films can span any number of plots, subjects, and conflicts, and can oftentimes get away with confusing narrative and plotholes that are looked over by people who are focusing on the cinematography, editing, or what have you. And that’s fine, in its own way. But like the emperor who strode out into the street in his new clothes, an incomprehensible film …

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The Endless Imagination of ‘Spy Kids’