As seniors in high school, Troy and Gabriella struggle with the idea of being separated from one another as college approaches. Along with the rest of the Wildcats, they stage a spring musical to address their experiences, hopes and fears about their future.
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As Hannah Montana's popularity begins to take over her life, Miley Stewart, on the urging from her father takes a trip to her hometown of Crowley Corners, Tennessee to get some perspective on what matters in life the most.
Teenage wizard Alex casts a spell that accidentally changes history so her parents never fell in love. She and her brothers face a race against time to put things right before they are erased from existence.
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Anna Mae Wills
Five Mesa High School freshmen: Olivia White (Bridgit Mendler), Mohini "Mo" Banjaree (Naomi Scott), Charlie Delgado (Blake Michael), Stella Yamada (Hayley Kiyoko), and Wen Gifford (Adam Hicks) all meet in detention.
Troy is offered a job at Ryan & Sharpay's country club and ends up landing jobs for Gabriella, Chad, Taylor, Kelsi, Jason, Martha and Zeke. He is then introduced to Sharpay's parents and realizes that Sharpay can land him many opportunities and even a basketball scholarship. Meanwhile, while Troy starts hanging out with the rich folk, Chad is worried that Troy will forget his friends. Gabriella feels as though she is losing Troy to Sharpay. In the end, Troy will have to learn how to think about his scholarship without losing his friends. Written by
The T-shirts Chad wore through the movie read as follows: - I majored in vacation - Warning! Do not read this shirt! - Viva la basketball - He did it - I just look like him See more »
During the song "I Don't Dance" Chad and Ryan sound like
they are singing during the part where they are all dancing near second base. But their lips are not moving, then when they face each other they are shown to be singing. See more »
You must remember, young thespians, learning is never seasonal, so do allow the shimmering lights of Summer to refresh and illuminate your fertile young minds.
What is she talking about?
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Following up from my previous review on High School Musical (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0475293/usercomments-778), I'm continuing with the next installment in the "Trilogy of Terror 3". It's High School Musical 2. However, this title is entirely misleading, as it has nothing to do with a high school musical at all. In fact, it's not even set in a high school.
The story (which is so non-existent, it basically isn't a story) is that it's summer vacation, and Troy and Gabriella have gotten jobs at a country club in Colorado. For whatever reason, the entire school seems to have gone to this exact same country club, and again for whatever reason, they continue to work at this club though they make it evident they aren't getting any pay. Yeah, good idea; waste your summer vacation working a boring job getting no pay. As I said, non-existent storyline.
So what is this movie in general? Well, it's a rip-off of the first. Nothing is different. It's the same lip-synced songs, the same moronic actors, the same stupid storyline, and the same rubbish as before.
This is one of those sequels that doesn't accomplish much if anything that its predecessor didn't manage to accomplish, and of course, it hasn't gotten any better than the first.
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