Totally Spies: The Movie (Also known as Totally Spies: Le Film!) is a French made animated action comedy film, directed by Pascal Jardin and produced by Marathon Media and Studio 37. The film is an adaptation of the highly popular Totally Spies! Animated television series and acts as a sort of prequel, revealing the origin of the three secret agents and how they met each other and their pet pig Oinky, on their first mission as members "WOOHP".
This film was released in the United States on the Cartoon Network television channel, a year after its original release date and is due get a theatrical release by Teletoon, in Canada in 2013.
Totally Spies: The Movie tells the story of three seemingly ordinary girls, who don't yet know each other, by the names of Sam, Alex and clover, who are starting their new lives and their new school in Beverly Hills, CA. As the girls are about to cross paths outside a popular sushi restraint, the nearby "WOOHP" agents purposely cause the giant sushi roll above the entrance to break off and chase them down the road and we soon find out that there is nothing ordinary about these girls at all, the three of them all use their especially talented skills to avoid the giant bolder-like sushi roll and save the life of a cute little pig, who the end up adopting and naming Oinky.
The girls soon learn that for most of their lives, the secret agent organization known only as "WOOHP" have been watching them under surveillance and are soon convinced into becoming the newest and youngest members after they discover that all of their classmates have been brainwashed and abducted into outer space, after going through the latest beauty procedure which makes them all look and act alike and it is up to the newly named Totally Spies, who are like a modern day, animated cross over between Charles Angels and female equivalents of James Bond to rescue them.
Totally Spies: The Movie is a great film, which will delight most fans of the series, with amazing animation, similar to that of Japanese anime and contains strong messages of being yourself, resisting negative peer pressure and being true to your friends.
Totally Spies: The Movie is rated G for general exhibition and was originally released on DVD in 2010.