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Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker Movie Review

When his uncle is killed, Alex Rider is asked to fill in. Find out if Operation Stormbreaker is a solid spy flick! Back to Article

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alexriderisup
alexriderisup wrote:
2014-02-18 14:52:23 -0800

Alex Rider rocks!

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pegasusathena1
pegasusathena1 wrote:
2012-08-24 13:06:50 -0700

omg this movie rocks seen it like 5 times plus i have read all the books and created the only alex rider page on kidzworld woot!!!!!!

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jokesjokes
jokesjokes wrote:
2011-04-28 08:26:41 -0700

i liked the movie and the book series. and alex pettyfer smile

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smexy4everyone
smexy4everyone wrote:
2011-03-07 02:03:56 -0800

I LOVE the Alex rider series

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