A present-day idyllic kingdom where the benevolent teenage son of King Adam and Queen Belle offers a chance of redemption for the trouble making offspring of Disney's classic villains: ... See full summary »
Ellie O'Brien is trying to juggle rhythmic gymnastics and troubles with her best friend. Meanwhile, classmate Jack Malloy is struggling to live up to his brothers' hockey-star legacies and dad's high expectations and tough-love approach.
More than a decade after "Boy Meets World (1993)", Cory and Topanga Matthews are married and have two children. Their daughter, Riley, faces life lessons through her family, friends, and school--where her father is her history teacher--as her parents did when they were younger.
Emma, Ravi, and Zuri Ross head off to a rustic summer camp in Maine, where their parents met as teens. Along with their new friends, love triangle,and the fears of the Kikiwaka. The trio tries their best to settle into their exciting and challenging new lives at Camp Kikiwaka.
When everyone is looking at Lola's photos in the closing scene, the final pic is of Trey washing Lady Marmalade being viewed by a shocked Helen Anderson. Lola gave her camera to the security guard at the concert, so she would not have been able to take that picture, nor would it have been on the memory card she was transferring the pictures from. See more »
[seeing Lola's fingernails on her camera]
You know a professional manicure could do your hands wonders.
How old are you?
You wanna know what I was doing with my hands when I was seven?
No, and she doesn't want to!
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Disney is celebrating its 100th Disney Original Movie with its recreation of the 1987 movie "Adventures in Babysitting".
The movie does well in its own right but when compared to the original version of the movie the movie falls a little flat. There are little to no innovative choices made by the production team in this version. They do manage to retain some of the 80's humor without seeming too cheesy, but some parts of the movie such as the "baddies" seem to have been pulled straight from the previous century.
The cast is chosen well with the banter between Disney Veterans Sabrina Carpenter and Sofia Carson providing a great few chuckles throughout the movie. The charming child actors/actresses in the movie do great to cause mischief without seeming too cliché.
despite the mediocre script and the outdated "baddies" the movie performs well as a comedy for a TV Movie thanks to the great performance by the cast. 7/10 - Worth a watch
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