Talk:Agent Cody Banks

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I don't remember enough about the plot to present a summary. Does anyone? -- Deane

Heh. I think I tried to forget it. Basically its about Cody Banks (no really). And he goes to CIA camp or something and ends up getting to be an agent. He says he's 'fast with the girls or something' but he's lying just to be in the CIA which is bad because his mission is to ask Hilary Duff's character (who sucked even more than usual in this movie, by the way) out on a date for some reason. I think it was because her father's boss is like evil and going to control everyone's minds and kill them. But it gets kind of fuzzy in my mind right there, Hope that jogs someones memory. --Teentitans! 01:41, 13 August 2005 (UTC)

That was just odd.I'm making my own summary.Julz

Based on what I know of kids under 16, even my own memory of myself - no one would be able to keep being a spy a secret. Have you ever talked to kids? They talk on and on about random stuff that it would be 10 minutes before they get to "Guess what? I'm a spy. It's true ....". For the idea to work, this spy camp would have to be a week of training followed by 11 weeks of the kid tied to a chair and having a cattle prod used on them each time they mention something that relates to them being a spy. It's the only way to train them not to talk - otherwise the movie would need a scene in which the stupidity of the kid gets them captured and leads to a bloody over the top death. Abrynkus 20:24, 30 November 2006 (UTC)

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Did anyone else notice that near the end, the evil henchman's prison jacket reads "AK 1138?" Should this be put somewhere in this artical? (66.190.139.140 (talk) 02:29, 4 March 2008 (UTC))


Alex Rider? This is very similar to the Alex Rider movie and books. I mean what gives? Alex Rider was better than Cody Banks in the first place, British accents are cooler. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 108.3.193.238 (talk) 03:42, 31 December 2010 (UTC)