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Sky High (2005)

Set in an era where superheroes are commonly known and accepted, young William Stronghold, the son of the Commander and Jetstream, tries to find a balance between being a normal teenager and an extraordinary being.

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It all begins when young Will Stronghold, the son of the two famous superheroes: Steve and Josie, A.K.A. the incredibly strong, seemingly invulnerable Commander and and the high-speed flying Jetstream. However, Will does not actually know if he has any powers of his own, and has not told his parents this. He and his best friend, Layla are facing their first day of a secret school in the clouds like none on earth: Sky High, the first and only high school for kids with super-human powers going through crime-fighting puberty. But with no apparent superpowers of his own, however, Will seems destined to grow up a mere sidekick. But as he discovers his true strengths, he'll also learn that it takes loyalty and teamwork to truly become a hero! Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Rated PG for action violence and some mild language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

29 July 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Súper escuela de héroes  »

Box Office

Budget:

$35,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$14,631,784 (USA) (31 July 2005)

Gross:

$63,946,815 (USA)
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Trivia

Danielle Panabaker's feature film debut. See more »

Goofs

Penny is supposed to be one person who has the power to multiply herself but when fighting Layla in the cafeteria you can pretty easily tell the difference between the twins who play her, their hair is parted a little differently and one is slightly shorter. See more »

Quotes

Steve: Son, I'm only going to asking you this.
Will Stronghold: Dad, I swear, I didn't plan this.
Steve: All right. That's good enough for me.
Josie: Steve, I've got half a mind not to let him go to homecoming!
Will Stronghold: That's fine; I'm not going anyway.
Steve: Whoa, whoa, your mom said she had half a mind!
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Crazy Credits

The end credits are decorated with still-frame comic-book illustrations. One of the still frames has a single animated element - a purple monster's eye, which moves and blinks. (It appears just before the music credits.) See more »

Connections

Referenced in Peep Show: Mugging (2005) See more »

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Save It for Later
Written by Roger Charlery, Andy Cox, David Steele, Everett Morton,
David Wakeling
Produced by Dave Bassett
Performed by Flashlight Brown
Courtesy of Hollywood Records, Inc.
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Surprise, surprise
31 July 2005 | by (North Carolina) – See all my reviews

Well, I must say that this movie was surprisingly good for it being a Disney Kid Movie. Now it won't win any Oscars, but it really kept up the Disney Tradition for being a clean and fun film. It was wonderful to see Kurt Russell on the screen again with Disney. The acting, again, not an Oscar performance out of anyone, was clean and sincere, very believable. The sets and special effects were, well, good. The diversity and conflict between students of the school, once again... good. There were some very witty and dry remarks about high school life as well. Good writing. I say the most surprising thing about this film was that it was just plain old fun! It had the patrons laughing as well as I. My 7 year old and my 3 year old loved it and it was still adult enough with a strong enough plot to keep the parents interested as well. All in all, it made for a fun afternoon.


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