Short lived animated spin off of the television series Sabrina the Teenage Witch. The animated series is a prequel which features Sabrina as a pre-teen girl with small witch powers. Also ... See full summary »
Sabrina is half-witch and half-human, and all super hero as she leads two vastly different lives; one disguised as a normal, klutzy high school student and the other as the top sorcery ... See full summary »
Tabitha St. Germain,
In her first animated musical featuring seven original songs, Barbie comes to life in this modern re-telling of a classic tale of mistaken identity and the power of friendship. Based on the... See full summary »
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
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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