Friday, June 19, 2015

Mickey Maston: Pirates Code review (Flyby Blog Promotions)

Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Flyby Blog Promotions.

I recieved Mickey Matson:Pirate Code, in exchange for honest review.

About the Movie: from media kit

In this follow up to Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Treasure, Mickey Matson is at it again; this time pitted against the evil Admiral Ironsides and his gang of pirates who are intent on destroying civilization.

They're new invention, the Tesla Coil, is a weapon of mass destruction that will send an electromagnetic pulse throughout the world, destroying every electronic device in existence. With the help of a secret organization, Mickey and his best friend Sully embark on a mission to stop the pirates from taking over a submarine and stealing the last part needed to complete their devastating weapon.

If Admiral Ironsides succeeds in his plan, civilization will be sent back to the Stone Age. It's a race against time, and the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

My review:

I never heard of the Mickey Maston series before. The movie was a fast paced, action movie, presented from two sides at first. You first see the villains starting up their plan to do something with a machine, then you see the good guys heading to training to prepare to take down the bad guys. It was a little confusing at first. I thought the first part was taken in the past, similar to National Treasure, and the good guys had to find something. Luckily, both parts of the movie takes part in the present time.

Christopher Lloyd plays Grandpa Jack in the movie

The movie is about Mickey, who wants to work for the Secret Order of the Patriot, a elite organization, which helps bring down bad guys. The SOP uses the young and the old as secret agents.

This is a great family movie.

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