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Comments about the soundtrack for Spy Kids (Debney/Elfman/etc)

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The soundtrack is boring
• Posted by: Ali W.   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, September 1, 2002, at 12:32 p.m.
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Hi! I have been looking all over the enternet today, trying to find a way to e-mail the Spy Kids director Robert Rodregus (excuse my spelling)and tell him what I think about the Spy Kids DVD. Although I should really be writing about the soundtrack, I haven't heard it yet. So about the movie, I absoultely loved Spy Kids one and two. In fact they are my favorite movies of all time. And considering that Spy Kids III comes out next summer, I didn't think that I could wait that long to see more action from Alexa, Daryl and the rest of the gang. So, I was really looking forward to getting the DVD and seeing all the extras and trailers. I was SSSOOO dissapointed when I read on another web-site that you didn't think the kids would enjoy it much. Well, I'm thirteen years old and I would still pretty much consider myself a kid most of the time. But I think younger kids would love it if you had some games on the DVD, like exploring the treehouse and looking at some of the Spy Kids gear. I would personally love to see interveiws with the actors, see some funny bloopers, and go behind the scenes. If the people at SpyKids put my message on the website and any one that reads this feels the same way I do, please let me know!!!!
E-mail me at . I would love to hear from you!

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