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The reason I don't much care for film adaptations of Disney TV series is because Disney never seems to understand what works best for the film's plot.
Disney could have done something normal. Instead they went with a pretty wacky story that might not even be right for the TV series. I would have been more interested in the film if they centred it around Cody and Bailey. After all, the TV series mostly revolved around their relationship.
At the end of it all, this film was just another cheesy and, what looked to be cheaply made, DCOM for a series that deserved a bit better.
Nothing more than a 4/10! Try better next time, Disney.
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