Life's a beach for surfers Brady and McKenzie -- until a rogue wave magically transports them inside the classic '60s beach party flick, Wet Side Story, where a full-blown rivalry between ... See full summary »
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Life's a beach for surfers Brady and McKenzie -- until a rogue wave magically transports them inside the classic '60s beach party flick, Wet Side Story, where a full-blown rivalry between bikers and surfers threatens to erupt. There, amidst a sea of surfing, singing and dancing, Brady and Mack accidentally change the storyline, and the film's dreamy hero and heroine fall for them instead of for each other! Written by
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Before "Crusin for a Brusin" Layla puts a quarter in the juke box. The price on the juke box is 24 cents. See more »
Background vehicles in the 1962 scenes include a 1965 Ford F-Series pickup and a Ford Thunderbird from the same year. See more »
You know what we should do?
[the two of them and a bunch of other people break out in a dance and song number]
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Outtakes play during the end credits, followed by an additional scene: the characters from the 1960s are transported to the 2010s and are frightened by modern artifacts such as camera-phones. See more »
I didn't have very high expectations for this movie, but on a rainy afternoon, I thought 'eh why not?' Here's why not: It was horrible. the costumes where overdone, the accents where horribly cheesy, and the songs where so cliché for the 60's. Overused tunes, stupid lyrics and it seemed like Maia Ross and Grace where the only people who could actually sing. And then there's the acting. So,so stupid. I have never been a huge Ross Lynch fan, and this movie dropped my respect for his acting to an all time low. the only reason I gave this movie a 3 (a blessing) is because I was genuinely fond of Maia Mitchell as 'Mack.' I thought her acting was very good, as was her singing. I would love to see her in anything else besides, you know, this. To sum it up, don't waste your tie on Disneys latest disaster.
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