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** Gerti, for being a spunky ActionGirl and a bit of a WildCard in regards to her families plans.

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** Gerti, for being a spunky ActionGirl and a bit of a WildCard in regards to her families family's plans.



** Creator/SteveBuscemi plays Romero who created hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi would play God in ''Series/MiracleWorkers''.

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** Creator/SteveBuscemi plays Romero who created hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi would play God in ''Series/MiracleWorkers''.



** When Donnagon is making is speech, he promotes Gary and Gerti to level one agents. Is no one going to call him out on the blatant {{Nepotism}}?

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** When Donnagon is making is his speech, he promotes Gary and Gerti to level one agents. Is no one going to call him out on the blatant {{Nepotism}}?



** Romero's growth serum falling into his "Romero's Zoo Two" is the reason for why the island is full of gigantic MixAndMatchCritters. The flashback depicting this event shows a stunning lack of caution in his initial use of the serum.

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** Romero's growth serum falling into his "Romero's Zoo Two" is the reason for why the island is full of gigantic MixAndMatchCritters. The flashback depicting this event shows a stunning lack of caution in his initial use of the serum.



** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what He's created?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated not from a famous philosopher or theologian but from a doofy children's film.
** "shit talking mushrooms".

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA [[https://youtu.be/0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what He's created?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated not from a famous philosopher or theologian but from a doofy children's film.
** "shit talking "shit-talking mushrooms".



** Juni's relationship with Alexandra in the second film, who's daddy issues are barely explained and who doesn't reappear for the third film; Demetra herself isn't much better, and is forgotten about entirely after her HeroicSacrifice.

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** Juni's relationship with Alexandra in the second film, who's whose daddy issues are barely explained and who doesn't reappear for the third film; Demetra herself isn't much better, and is forgotten about entirely after her HeroicSacrifice.

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*** [=*skeletons oohing*=]

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* TrailerJokeDecay: The joke about Juni's watch not being able to tell time, and the BrickJoke when Carmen asks him how long they've been falling and he responds, "I don't know; my watch doesn't tell time!" Both jokes were seen in multiple trailers, and always back-to-back (thus defeating the whole purpose of it being a Brick Joke).


** Creator/SteveBuscemi plays Romero who creates hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi would play God in ''Series/MiracleWorkers''.

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** Creator/SteveBuscemi plays Romero who creates created hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi would play God in ''Series/MiracleWorkers''.


** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated not from a famous philosopher or theologian but from a doofy children's film.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's He's created?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated not from a famous philosopher or theologian but from a doofy children's film.



* TookTheBadFilmSeriously: Part of the memetic charm to the "Do you think God stays in heaven..." line is Creator/SteveBuscemi's dead-serious-to-the-point-of-surreal delivery.

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* TookTheBadFilmSeriously: Part of the memetic charm to the "Do you think God stays in heaven...Heaven..." line is Creator/SteveBuscemi's dead-serious-to-the-point-of-surreal delivery.


** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated not from a famous philosopher or theologian but from a doofy children's film.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in heaven Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated not from a famous philosopher or theologian but from a doofy children's film.


** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated not from a famous philosopher or theologian but from a doofy children's film.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?"]] created?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated not from a famous philosopher or theologian but from a doofy children's film.


* EnsembleDarkhorse: Dinky Winks, Ralph and Romero.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: EnsembleDarkhorse:
** LargeHam theme park owner
Dinky Winks, Ralph Winks.
** Juni's spy robot Ralph. The scene where he follows
and Romero.spies on the Giggles is well regarded.
** Romero, the charmingly played ReluctantMadScientist behind the island.
** Gerti, for being a spunky ActionGirl and a bit of a WildCard in regards to her families plans.


* ContestedSequel: Some say this movie is along the same lines of the original, while others think it's worse.

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* ContestedSequel: Some say this movie is along the same lines of the original, while others think it's worse.not nearly as good.


** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated from a silly children's movie where it's delivered with a hilariously straight face by Creator/SteveBuscemi, and ''not'' the words of some famous philosopher or theologian, which just adds to the meme's surreal charm.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated not from a silly children's movie where it's delivered with a hilariously straight face by Creator/SteveBuscemi, and ''not'' the words of some famous philosopher or theologian, which just adds to the meme's surreal charm.theologian but from a doofy children's film.


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** "How long have we been falling?" "I don't know, my watch doesn't tell time."


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* TookTheBadFilmSeriously: Part of the memetic charm to the "Do you think God stays in heaven..." line is Creator/SteveBuscemi's dead-serious-to-the-point-of-surreal delivery.


* HilariousInHindsight: Creator/SteveBuscemi plays Romero who creates hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi would play God in ''Series/MiracleWorkers''.
* IdiotPlot: ''Spy Kids 2'' has a plot that is largely driven by every character being stupid.

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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight:
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Creator/SteveBuscemi plays Romero who creates hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi would play God in ''Series/MiracleWorkers''.
** The movie has a watch that can do virtually everything ''but'' tell time. [[http://www.tomsguide.com/us/apple-watch-faq,news-19966.html Seems like Apple took this concept seriously.]]
* IdiotPlot: ''Spy Kids 2'' has a The plot that is largely driven by every character being stupid.



* MemeticMutation: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated from a silly children's movie where it's delivered with a hilariously straight face by Creator/SteveBuscemi, and ''not'' the words of some famous philosopher or theologian, which just adds to the meme's surreal charm.

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* MemeticMutation: MemeticMutation:
**
[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RFwyobtnKA "Do you think God stays in heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?"]] The line has been paired with various disturbing or outrageous images online and often isn't attributed, leading people to discover on their own that it originated from a silly children's movie where it's delivered with a hilariously straight face by Creator/SteveBuscemi, and ''not'' the words of some famous philosopher or theologian, which just adds to the meme's surreal charm.charm.
** "shit talking mushrooms".


* HilariousInHindsight: Steve Buscemi plays Romero who creates hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi would play God in ''Series/MiracleWorkers''.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Steve Buscemi Creator/SteveBuscemi plays Romero who creates hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi would play God in ''Series/MiracleWorkers''.



* ToyShip: Juni and Alexandra.

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* ToyShip: Juni and Alexandra.Alexandra.
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* HilariousInHindsight: Steve Buscemi plays Romero who created hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi plays God in the tv series ''Miracle Workers''.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Steve Buscemi plays Romero who created creates hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi plays would play God in the tv series ''Miracle Workers''.''Series/MiracleWorkers''.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Steve Buscemi plays Romero who created hybrid creatures that inhabit in his island and asks a [[MemeticMutation memetic]] existential question about how "God stays in Heaven because He too lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" More than a decade later, Buscemi plays God in the tv series ''Miracle Workers''.


* {{Sequelitis}}: Arguably falls under this despite its respectable rating with fans and critics. The third however plays this trope straight between its copious amounts of ConspicuousCG, DullSurprise acting and disjointed plot.

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