In present-day Auradon, Ben, the teenage son of King Adam and Queen Belle, is poised to take the throne. He offers a chance for redemption to the trouble-making teen descendants of defeated...
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Liv, a popular television star whose show has just finished its run, and Maddie, an outstanding student and school basketball star whose popularity is on the rise until Liv makes a return to their high school.
Tenzing Norgay Trainor
A sassy teen named Skylar is not scared of anything. But, she finds out that her parents are monster hunters and they are captured by the monsters. It's up to Skylar to rescue her parents and capture all the monsters.
In present-day Auradon, Ben, the teenage son of King Adam and Queen Belle, is poised to take the throne. He offers a chance for redemption to the trouble-making teen descendants of defeated villains exiled to the remote Isle of the Lost. The villains' descendants have been granted permission to attend prep school in the kingdom with the Disney heroes' kids.
When the four children our trying to get inside of the museum you see the security guard sitting in his chair, but when it goes in for a close up of "Maleficent's spinning wheel" he is not in the chair. Then in the next scene he is back sitting in the chair. See more »
The strength of evil is good as none, which stands before four hearts as one!
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It's a lightweight Disney flick extrapolating Disney stories in a bewildering, irrational way, starring pretty young girls from the Disney stable, plus some guy named Booboo. The real story is that hare Disney was asleep while tortoise Mattel was discovering the Internet. Ever After High (and Monster High) have made Mattel boatloads of money on a shoestring budget. You can watch all the episodes for free on Youtube, then rush out and buy the toys. Production cost? Minimal. Advertising cost? $0. Profits? Priceless! This movie smells of fear, and fear = failure. A bunch of Disney accountants wrote the script one morning, having been woken up at 3AM by a panicked exec. At least that's what I surmise since the plot, dialogue, and characters are as appealing as sitting through a 3 hour conference call about the latest quarterly report. There are two jokes that made me laugh, but I promise not to spoil it for you. The few people I recognize are completely wasted in this flick, so I hope they got a few house/boat/car payments out of it.
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