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Up, Up, and Away! (2000)

The only normal member of a super-powered family feels left out and confused until he has the chance to use a talent of his own to save everyone.

Director:

Robert Townsend

Writer:

Dan Berendsen
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Townsend ... Jim Marshall / Bronze Eagle
Michael J. Pagan ... Scott Marshall
Alex Datcher ... Judy Marshall / Warrior Woman
Sherman Hemsley ... Edward Marshall / Steel Condor
Kevin Connolly ... Malcolm
Olivia Burnette ... Nina
Kasan Butcher ... Adam Marshall / Silver Charger
Arreale Davis Arreale Davis ... Molly Marshall
Chris Marquette ... Randy (as Christopher Marquette)
Jamie Renée Smith ... Amy Rosen (as Jamie Renee Smith)
Joan Pringle ... Doris Marshall
Nancy Sorel ... Mrs. Rosen
Benita Ha ... Ms. Parker
Jim Smith Jim Smith ... Bank Manager
Ty Olsson ... Barker
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Storyline

A boy is the only family member without superpowers in this Disney Film. The world depends on him saving his family from computerized brainwashers. Will he realize that it doesn't take superpowers to be a hero in time to help them defeat the villains? Written by C Jones

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Quotes

[repeated line]
Edward: I am... Steel Condor!
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Connections

Referenced in Twisted Metal (2012) See more »

Soundtracks

If You Wanna Dance
Contains sample of "Spirit Of The Boogie"
Written by Greg Curtis, Sherree Ford Payne (as Sherree Ford-Payne), Robert Kool Bell (as R. Bell), Ronald Bell (as R. Bell), George Funky Brown (as G. Brown), Otha Nash (as O. Nash), Claydes Smith (as C. Smith), Richard Westfield (as R. Westfield), Robert Spike Mickens (as R. Mickens), Donald Boyce (as D. Boyce), Dennis D.T. Thomas (as D. Thomas)
Performed by Nobody's Angel
Courtesy of Hollywood Records
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Up, Up, and Away into the world of impossible land
16 July 2002 | by chrishewittpianoSee all my reviews

This movie was okay, but it could have been better. It was a little short in my opinion, didn't really have in depth detail about their families & friends, but other than that, this film is fun and worth watching. I liked the music in this, and the way that the surrounding was so comforting. It was very neat in many different ways. The only thing that was a little unbelievable is besides the fact that the father can fly, is that the kids don't really look like 8th graders. On this, they look like 6th graders. But you know like in some movies people are always older than they really look. I really think that they should make a sequel to this. It would make the first one twice as popular and it would be something else fun to watch. I give this a 10/10 even with all of those concerns that I have about it. I think everyone should see it!


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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 January 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Up, Up, and Away! See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Hartbreak Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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