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Max Elliott Slade
In the third episode of this series, the Ducks get scholarships to Eden Hall Academy, a high ranking prep school. But as freshmen, they will have to face the snob varsity team... Written by
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Emilio Estevez was busy filming another film, The War at Home, that he wasn't able to devote much time to this film, hence the much smaller role than in the past two films. He agreed to a smaller role in the film for free in exchange for Disney helping fund The War at Home. See more »
The scenery changes repeatedly during the rollerblading sequence. See more »
Goldberg, when's the last time you practiced?
Well, we don't really practice per say. We either play or... play around.
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This Disney film made me much happier than D2 did. I really enjoyed the way it was much more true to the first film than D2 was. This movie used examples from the first film ("He's been the captain since they played in District 5," the announcer utters during the first game.) This time, the team is shy one member (Jesse) but it really seems no different. I do still wonder what happened to all those people who played in the first movie and were never heard from again. Oh well.
In this film, it's almost a rehash of the first film. A team who cannot get it together, get a washed up hockey player who they hate to coach them and they love him...your basic family fun, Disney flick.
All in all this was a great movie, but hopefully Disney realizes that we've had enough.
*** out of ****
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