So there is a fourth Spy Kids movie, which was shot in 3D but also features a ‘4D’ element Robert Rodriguez and Dimension are calling ‘AromaScope,’ and I’m not sure what else to say about it. This is a movie for kids, pure and simple, with Jessica Alba playing either a secret agent whose emotional response to the world around her has been damaged by some severe interrogation, or a suburban mom who can’t go six hours without a valium. Or perhaps both. There’s a new trailer that flogs the AromaScope angle and you can see, but not smell it after the break.
If, for some reason, you want to see smells in HD, Yahoo can hook you up. Spy Kids: All the Time in the World opens on August 19.
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