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Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure (2011)

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Sharpay Evans travels to New York where she is pursuing a Broadway career but it's her dog who lands an acting gig first.

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Blonde-haired diva Sharpay, finally has her own adventure, as she travels to New York City hoping to make it big. But Sharpay has a hard road ahead, when she realizes that in the real world, leading roles aren't handed over to talented teenagers on a silver platter. Written by Lesley

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Trivia

Ashley Tisdale and Austin Butler both starred in the film Aliens in the Attic (2009), playing cousins. See more »

Goofs

In an actual Broadway production Amber Lee would've had an understudy, meaning that when she quit her understudy would've taken over, not Sharpay. See more »

Quotes

Ryan Evans: I'm on a break for my tour but I had to come into the city and see you and say Oh my gosh you're a star!
Sharpay Evans: Go ahead.
Ryan Evans: OH MY GOSH you're a star!
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Spun-off from High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008) See more »

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Walking On Sunshine
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Written by Kimberley Rew
Produced by Matthew Gerrard
Performed by Aly & Aj
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Sharpay isn't that great without her brother
4 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

I'm a fan of the High School Musical movies, meaning I love the first one and could go without the second and third on my movie shelf. However, what I loved about Sharpay in the first movie was the scenes with her and her brother, Ryan. They completed each other. For example when it was their turn to go audition for the spring musical, Ryan starts to walk ahead but Sharpay stops him and walks in front of him. He let's her, but rolls his eyes behind her back. Without him, it was just be a self-absorbed Diva being non- humorously pushy with everybody else.

Which is what this movie was pretty much about. They tried to have her co-star be an adorable puppy, but it didn't grab the audience's heart or attention. In fact, I honestly could only watch about thirty minutes of this movie before leaving the room.

Side character spin off movies or television shows rarely work out. They completely flop if you don't include the things that made them awesome to begin with. In this case, her brother.


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