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The Kid with X-ray Eyes (1999)

PG | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | Video 29 June 1999
Justin and his uncle find X-ray goggles misplaced by an evil crime ring. The criminals kidnap Justin, his uncle, and the Feds and Justin has to rescue everybody.

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Chuck Taylor
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Vanessa
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Morgan
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Harry Stamper
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Patterson (as Ross Hagan)
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Christy
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Drake
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Jill
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Mr. X
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General Abari
Marc Vahanian ...
Felix
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Newton
Mark Kadlec ...
Bum
Kim Ray ...
Waitress
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Justin and his uncle find X-ray goggles misplaced by an evil crime ring. The criminals kidnap Justin, his uncle, and the Feds and Justin has to rescue everybody.

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Rated PG for action violence, and some mild sensuality and language
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29 June 1999 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A röntgenszemû gyerek  »

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Goofs

In the car chase scene near the beginning of the film, where the terrorists are chasing the FBI agent. The FBI agent is driving a Nissan Ultima for most of the chase until suddenly his car changes to a BMW 7 series. See more »

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Edited from Little Miss Millions (1993) See more »

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Don't bother the kids with this one
1 November 2002 | by (Maryland) – See all my reviews

In the grand tradition of movies associated with Roger Corman, this movie was awful. The actors from the Roger Corman stable were terrible. It's hard to believe they had any training or experience. Maybe Robert Carradine wants to follow in his dad John Carradine's footsteps, and play in a lot of cheesy, terrible movies.

The plot was ludicrous. The characters' actions were ridiculous. The dialogue was stupid. The parts that were apparently supposed to be amusing fell flat. Parts that weren't intended to be humorous were laughably awful.

Definite MST3K material.


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