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"Lemonade Mouth" tells kids and tweens that building your confidence rocks and finding your destiny rules. The story follows five disparate high school students - Olivia (Bridgit Mendler), Mo (Naomi Scott), Charlie (Blake Michael), Stella (Hayley Kiyoko), and Wen (Adam Hicks) who meet in detention. They realize they are destined to rock, and ultimately form a band that becomes a champion for students sidelined by the high school elite. Written by
Hayley Kiyoko and Bridgit Mendler both played reccuring characters in Wizards of Waverly Place See more »
A crew man was visible behind the pillar when the band is playing on the terrace after the swim in the pool scene. However, looking closer at the boys, they are too young to be real crew members but are in actuality Stella's two younger brothers. See more »
[Wen helps his dad hang a large picture]
I've been meaning to ask you... Will you be my best man?
[the picture frame slips suddenly, hitting Wen in the eye]
Wen, you okay? Let me see.
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Leaders Of The New School
Written by Geoff Siegel and Nik Frost
Performed by Blacklight Poster Children
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So I was really bored one night so I decided to flip on the telly only to see that "Lemoade Mouth", a brand new Disney channel movie, was playing on Disney channel. In the past, I have seen both successful Disney channel films High School Musical and Camp Rock. These movies are cheesy, innocent, goofy, and predictable. However, they are exactly as they market themselves. Lemonade Mouth marketed itself to be a serious film, not a comedy musical. To me, the plot of this movie was completely recycled. It was basically a cross between The Breakfast Club and Bandslam, and not as good as either (which is really saying something since Bandslam was not very good.)The acting was bland, but not horrible. Many of the scenes where very awkward. The music was terrible. It was very blah bubble gum pop with some of the worst rapping I may have ever heard. I found it hard to believe that a punk rock dressing activist like Stella would play this kind of music. But that's not what bothered me most about this movie. What bothered me most was how hard this movie tried to be relatable. The movie got so in depth with each of the character's background, yet I didn't feel like I could identify with any of these kids because they don't act like kids. Real teenagers swear and talk about PG13 rated stuff. I don't think there was even a kiss in this movie. Now I am aware that Disney does have to keep it's movies to a PG level, but I think they should start making movies more about their target audience, 10 and 11 year olds. I don't think anyone had a high school experience like the kids in Lemonade Mouth.
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