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All New Disney Channel Original Movie Debuts February 7 on DVD & Digital Copy
Packaged With A Special Collectible Charm Set!
Bonus Features Include 10 Episodes of Disney Channel Smash Hit, Shake It Up!
When Dylan Schoenfield (Sarah Hyland), Woodlands Academy.s top girl, accidentally drops her expensive .it. handbag into the mall fountain, she is surprised that film geek, Josh Rosen (Matt Prokop), retrieves it forher. In exchange for rescuing her bag, Dylan must agree to be the subject of Josh.s documentary film. Dylan hopes the film will help her campaign for Blossom Queen . she claims that winning is her only life goal. Josh plans to make a hard-hitting expose about popularity, but, as he gets to know Dylan, he learns that the real Dylan is much more interesting than the persona she.s created. At the last minute, Josh decides that his film should introduce this awesome girl to the world, »
- Melissa Howland
The Disney Channel is going to the geeks with the new Geek Charming, a made-for-television movie starring Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland as the girl who gets a new point of view when she becomes the subject of a documentary.
Geek Charming, based on Robin Palmer’s young adult novel by the same name, tells the story of Dylan Shoenfield (Hyland), a snobbish high school girl that agrees to be the subject of a documentary on high school popularity being made by film geek Josh Rosen (High School Musical’s Matt Prokop) after Josh rescues her designer bag from a fountain (work with it people; it’s Disney). Throughout the filming process, the geek and the snob learn more about each other… and it’s probably safe to say that, in typical Disney fashion, the two will realize they’re »
- Marty Shaw
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