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The Double 0 Kid (1992)

PG-13 | | Adventure, Comedy, Thriller | Video April 1993
Lance, a teenager, dreams to be a Secret Agent, when he is suddenly in the middle of a hacker intrigue, which aims at an International Environmental Congress. Lance gets in possession of a ... See full summary »


Dee McLachlan (as Duncan McLachlan)


Steven Paul (story by), Stuart Paul (story by) | 2 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Corey Haim ... Lance Elliot
Brigitte Nielsen ... Rhonda
Wallace Shawn ... Cashpot
Nicole Eggert ... Melinda
John Rhys-Davies ... Rudi Von Keseenbaum
Basil Hoffman ... Trout
Karen Black ... Mrs. Elliot
Anne Francis ... Mrs. Lomax
Leslie Danon ... French Girl
Patrick Wright ... Banker (as Patrick M. Wright)
Bari K. Willerford Bari K. Willerford ... Luther
Jim Alquist Jim Alquist ... Tyler
Josh Collier Josh Collier ... Billy
Chuck Hicks ... Sam Wynberg
Kandra King ... 900-Girl (as Kandra Baker)


Lance, a teenager, dreams to be a Secret Agent, when he is suddenly in the middle of a 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 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!

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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

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When Lance is escaping from his hotel room, he swings out the window holding on to the drapes. When the scene cuts to a close up of him climbing back up the wall to the window he is clearly gripping a black woven rope, not the drapes. When the shot changes again he's beck to holding the drapes. See more »


[Lance offers Trout a cup of coffee]
Lance Elliot: Pick up the left one.
Trout: Oh... Why?
Lance Elliot: Well, you asked for a black coffee?
Trout: [pics up the cup, smiles] Did you spit in it?
[Trout has a sip and almost spits it out]
Trout: How much sugar is in this?!
Lance Elliot: Oh, sorry sir! That one was mine.
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Double O-no!
28 February 2013 | by Wizard-8See all my reviews

The Paul family, responsible for a number of awful films over the years (like "Baby Geniuses"), were responsible for this equally awful spy comedy. To be sure, the Pauls were able to round up a once in a lifetime cast - besides Corey Haim, the movie also boasts Brigitte Nielsen (whose name is misspelled in the closing credits), John Rhys-Davies, Wallace Shawn, Nicole Eggert, Anne Francis, and Karen Black (though some of these actors only make a brief appearance.) However, this cast is the only thing interesting about the movie. It's a pretty cheap affair, looking very tacky and undernourished in every shot. Worse than the production values is the script. The script is extremely padded out, with the hero making a number of stupid and/or illogical decisions in order to stretch things out to ninety-five minutes. This may explain why director Duncan McLachlan seems unable to add spark and action to make the enterprise lively and engaging, especially in the boring climax that just goes on and on long past the breaking point. Even kids will find the movie extremely underwhelming.

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Release Date:

April 1993 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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