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Marnie and Dylan are going to follow their dreams to go to college, at Halloweentown University, which is also known as Witch University.

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Marnie and Dylan have graduated high school and are now going to go to college at Witch U in Halloweentown. Marnie is offered a full scholarship, Marni's mother, Gwen of course does not want her daughter at school in Halloweentown so she forces Dylan to tag along. At the school, witches and warlocks can't use magic. Marnie soon makes a new friend named Aneesa, whom is a genie. Marnie soon discovers that she is partly to blame for the rules against the use of magic at school. At one point a box, with the name "S. Cromwell" inscribed on it, magically appears in front of her. Most people at the school believe that Marnie used her magic to conjure up the box, but it was brought to her by fate. Written by Anonymous

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Kimberly J. Brown has publicly stated her dissapointment with the recasting of her role for unknown reasons even though Brown was fully available for the shoot. The role was then passed over to Sara Paxton. See more »

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After Marnie and Dylan get out of the cab and walk up to the first building, they're not carrying the luggage, then in the next scene, they have the luggage again. See more »

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Silas Sinister: And now a reading of the prophecy; "And it shall come to pass, at the close of the first millennium, at the rise of the Halloween Moon, a Cromwell of Great Power will embrace The Gift." Marine Piper is the Cromwell of the prophecy, the one we have waited for.
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Follows Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge (2001) See more »

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This was a very good movie
25 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I found this movie a very great one. It doesn't have quite the same storyboard as the others, but you can see how it connects to them other than the characters and setting being the same. I have to say that the replacing of Kimberly J. Brown with Sara Paxton was a surprise, but Sara was very good at the part. She made the character of Marnie a little more spontaneous, but she was still very good as Marnie in my opinion. Another shock about this movie was some of the relationships that develop in the movie, but I won't give any away. I do wish that Debbie Reynolds had a bigger part in this though. She was incredible in the others. Anyway, I really like this movie.


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