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Sabrina the Teenage Witch in Friends Forever (2002)

TV Movie  |  Not Rated  |   |  Adventure, Animation, Family  |  6 October 2002 (USA)
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Sabrina must prove that she is worthy of attending an academy for witches.

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Sabrina is off to Witch Academy and Sabrina has a secret that makes her fear she'll never be accepted at her new school... or in life. She's half-witch and half-mortal. Now, Sabrina has to prove to her teachers, classmates, family and most importantly, to herself that she belongs. Written by jrodor@pacbell.net

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An atrocious "film"
20 July 2003 | by (NE England) – See all my reviews

First let me say that the producers of this film must have had an incredibly low budget. I was never fond of the original sabrina (animated) series anyway, but this is pure tripe.

The voice of Sabrina (I admit, Emily Hart did not do a great job as a voice actress, but her voice was well-suited to the character.) Is now voiced by what sounds like an air-headed preteen girl. This particular voice gets very old, very fast.

The only real reason I ever watched the animated series was for Salem, the cat (Nick Bakay) - but he's not in this one. Instead, another unknown, not to mention annoying voice-actor is voicing him. The animation, also, is damn near atrocious, looking incredibly 2d and flat.

Anyway, onto the storyline. The idea is, on sabrina's 13th birthday she receives a message from a big-wig in the witches' realm, and is asked to attend a witches school - which happens to be a large castle.

(Sound familiar, anyone?)

Anyway, she is a half-witch. And everyone else is a witch! Oh no! (Yet somehow she still manages to perform pretty advanced magic - conjuring fish, removing spots from her body)

But she cannot fly. And neither can her friend Nicole - another half witch - who doesn't have such excuses as "I just washed my hair and I can't do anything with it." That Sabrina seems to be filled with, and seem so convincing to her "friends." - Therefore everybody makes a mockery of Nicole. Somehow, though, Sabrina manages to disguise her being a half-witch (though, she has exactly the same 'symptoms' as Nicole.)

This is a blatant rip of Harry Potter, and I expect Disney or whoever made this film will be sued very soon. This is only really to be viewed by preteens, or "ppl hu spel lik dis"

0.1/10 - DON'T WATCH IT.


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