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The Double 0 Kid (1992)

Video  -  Adventure | Comedy | Thriller  -  April 1993 (USA)
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Lance, a teenager, dreams to be a secret agent when he is suddenly in the middle of an hacker intrigue which aims at an international environmental congress. Lance gets in possession of a ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lance Elliot
Rudi Von Kseenbaum
Mrs. Elliot
Maggie Lomax
Leslie Danon ...
French Girl
Patrick Wright ...
Banker (as Patrick M. Wright)
Bari K. Willerford ...
Jim Alquist ...
Josh Collier ...
Sam Wynberg
900-Girl (as Kandra Baker)


Lance, a teenager, dreams to be a secret agent when he is suddenly in the middle of an hacker intrigue which aims at an international environmental congress. Lance gets in possession of a computer access card one of which the hackers are in urgent need of for their operation. Lance begins to play with the hackers, seeing his dream come true. Written by Oliver Heidelbach

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His Weapons: A Super Soaker and a Joystick. His Mission: To Save the World... Before Dinner!

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Rated PG-13 for some language and violence | See all certifications »




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April 1993 (USA)  »

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The Double 0 Kid  »

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Ethan Randall was originally cast in the title role. See more »


[Lance is late from work]
Trout: You're late?
Lance Elliot: Four minutes, twenty-three seconds... Look, I was chased by a farmer car, I had to lose them.
Trout: Get some coffee, for me a black one.
Lance Elliot: Yes, sir.
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Referenced in Obscurus Lupa Presents: Fast Getaway (2011) See more »


Western Side
Written by Jamey Jazz (as Jamey Jaz), Ren Toppano and T. Pierce
Performed by D.C. Getschal
Publishing by Jamey Jaz Music/Ren Toppano Music/Full Keel Music
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Cliché, but cute. Forgettable, but enjoyable. Amusing, but amateur.
2 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Corey Haim's big break was most definitely in the eighties. He made a big impact on our hearts in the classic Lucas, he made a so-so appearance in the body swapping fiasco Dream a Little Dream, but my favorite was without a doubt the teen driving comedy License to Drive. That's my favorite thing he's done. In the nineties, Haim had been victim to a molestation and a drug addict in previous years. His work had become few and far between. Some of his worst stuff came into play like the sequel to Dream a Little Dream 2 and the God-awful comedy Busted. This was before things got real ugly.

The Double O Kid was a direct-to-DVD film that isn't as bad as people say. It's amusing at most, but nothing in the field of memorable or even good. It's a typical secret agent action/comedy. Lance Elliot (Haim) is a seventeen year old intern. When he is forced to rush a package to LA, he figures out that a millionaire virus man and a henchwoman need that package and will stop at nothing to get it. Lance meets Melinda (Eggert), a sexy woman who has fallen into play with Lance, and they both try to outwit the boss at his own game in a fitting end scene.

The film is not very creative, and does almost nothing to morph the bad guy, bad things genre. But we do have a fair amount of decent scenes, and Haim doesn't disappoint. This is also one of the three films both Eggert and Haim appeared in together. They had dated for a long period of time, and had roles side by side in this, Just One of the Girls, and Blown Away (all of which I reviewed). It may be cliché and stock, but in points it's satisfying and entertaining.

Starring: Corey Haim, Nicole Eggert, John Rhys-Davies, and Brigitte Nielsen. Directed by: Duncan McLachlan.

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