PG | | Comedy, Crime, Family
Alex Pruitt, a young boy of nine living in Chicago, fends off thieves who seek a top-secret chip in his toy car to support a North Korean terrorist organization's next deed.
The only product placement the first two films share with this one is the use of American Airlines.
Unger. What's your position?
Earl Unger: Heading down Washington Street.
Burton Jernigan: I didn't copy. Where?
Earl Unger: I said, I'm heading to Wuh-ah-ah-ah...
Earl Unger: Stop, you nitwit!
When Alex is caught trying to rescue Mrs. Hess, Mr. Beaupre tore the remote control car apart and destroyed it while looking for the chip. After he flees and hides in the snow fort, the parrot drives the car to him and it is undamaged.
$5,085,482 14 December 1997
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