Agent Cody Banks

2003 film directed by Harald Zwart

Agent Cody Banks is an American action comedy film directed by Harald Zwart. Its story follows the adventures of the 15-year-old title character, played by Frankie Muniz, who has to finish his chores, avoid getting grounded, and save the world by going undercover for the CIA as a James Bond type superspy. Hilary Duff, Angie Harmon, Keith David, Ian McShane, and Arnold Vosloo co-star. The film was filmed in British Columbia. It was released in the United States on March 14, 2003. Agent Cody Banks, the character, is loosely based on Cody Harmon, a young Californian who later moved to Oregon.

Cody BanksEdit

  • Damn, The floorboard isn't straight.
  • Next time, just stick with a tricycle.

CIA DirectorEdit

  • Creepy, huh? We're the CIA. That's what we do.

Rich KidEdit

  • Banks? Hey, we got somethin' in common, Cody. My dad "owns" banks.


[The CIA Director provides Cody with $5000]
Cody Banks: What for?
CIA Director: They buy things with it, I believe.

[Cody is attempting to cross the classroom to introduce himself to Natalie Connors when a trio of rich boys intercept him]
Rich Kid: Hey. You're the, uh, scholarship case from the other side of town, right?
Cody Banks: Pleased to meet you; my name's Cody! Banks.
Rich Kid: Banks! Hey, we got somethin' in common, Cody! My dad owns banks. [The other two rich kids laugh]
Cody Banks: Very funny! I gotta go. [Turns to leave]
Rich Kid: Not so fast. [Grabs Cody's wrist, taking his watch] Check. It. Out!
Cody Banks: Come on, give it back.
Rich Kid: What are you gonna do about it?

Natalie Connors: You know, Cody you make a really bad first impression and a terrible second impression, but the third time was really good.
Cody Banks: You gotta see my fourth.

[Natalie shoves an ice cube in Brinkman's mouth, and he begins choking to death]
Dr. Brinkman: Francois! Get the remote! Stop them, Francois! Stop them!
Dr. Albert Connors: It's not gonna work.

Francois Molay: [to Cody, while fighting him] You messed up my haircut. See? See?

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