A teenager wins a fully automated dream house in a competition, but soon the computer controlling it begins to take over and everything gets out of control, then Ben the teenager calms down the computer named Pat and everything goes back to normal.
The Hansen kids are in a jam. Adam and his best friend Duffy have gotten their hands on some tickets for the Headless Horseman concert, and his sister Chelsea has a date with her dreamy ... See full summary »
Marnie and her friends from Halloweentown are back in this made-for-cable feature. Marnie is a teenage witch living with her family of supernatural beings in the village of Halloweentown. ... See full summary »
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Kimberly J. Brown,
Teenager Brittany is bored with her quiet suburban life. She finds excitement when her phone is switched with the phone of Jordan Cahill. Jordan, only the top teen pop singer, has come to her town to make a music video.
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In the third installment of the hit Zenon trilogy, it's 2054 and Zenon Kar is 17 and competing to win the Galactic Teen Supreme contest and celebrate at the Moonstock Festival. Zenon wants to beat handsome competitor Bronley Hale. She also reunites with Moon preservation activist Sage Borealis. Sage is desperate to keep the Moon from being colonized and exploited and wants Zenon's help. Meanwhile Commander Edward Plank and Aunt Judy Cling's new foster daughter, Dasha, is star struck by Zenon and finds it difficult to stay out of trouble. During the last competition for the Galactic Teen Supreme contest, the moon goddess Selene appears and threatens to destroy the Earth. It's up to Zenon to save everyone from this angry deity. In the end, Zenon, Sage, Dasha and her friends Margie, Cassie, and Bronley team up to save the day. They evacuate everyone in Protozoa's tour bus and try to remove the Moon Dome, with each taking a hover pod. Unfortunately, the dome is too heavy, until Commander ... Written by
When the racers are approaching the finish line on the moon, the first shots only depict 3 lanes in which the racers can pull into and claim a spot, but when Zenon approaches, a 4th lane is suddenly depicted as well. See more »
Not now, Nebula. I'm gonna be too busy saving the world, *again*.
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After reading some other reviews about this movie I thought I would contribute a little of my own to hopefully give it a little more respect as it should be entitled to. It's not all that bad of a movie assuming you keep a few factors in mind while watching it... although, it would have been much better if they would have been able to get the same actor who played Proto Zoa from the firs two movies to reprise his role in this 3rd addition to the series.
Anyway, if you watch it in terms of it being a "game" it's a fun movie to watch and enjoy. The way Disney Channel premiered it and aired it for the 3rd time the next night were probably the only good showings of it they will do. Just airing it as a plain movie won't be all that special or much fun in other words. If you saw the premier than you knew that this movie comes with a fun twist -- it has 50 hidden "Z's" scattered throughout the movie in which as you watch it you can try and locate them yourself. Some of them are quite difficult to see while many of them are extremely easy (true). So, if you were clever enough to record both the original premier and the Saturday night encore of it you've got the best 2 showings of the movie ever and 2 versions of the movie that you would be able to watch again and again if you feel like watching a movie just for pure fun and even to make a game out of it!
If Disney does do yet another Zenon movie (Zenon 4) hopefully they will learn from this last 2 movies and make sure that they at least get ALL the original cast members and come up with a decent script for a MOVIE and just a script for an hour long TV show (which is probably all that Zenon Z3 is without the commercials... unfortunately).
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