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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.

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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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Certificate:

TV-G

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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 »

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Production Co:

Hartbreak Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Quotes

[repeated line]
Edward: I am... Steel Condor!
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Referenced in Twisted Metal (2012) See more »

Soundtracks

Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll
Written by Jerome Bell, Gregory Bufford, Vaughan Mason, J. Coleman, Derick Coleman, Jr., William Brown
Performed by Baby DC featuring Imajin
Courtesy of Jive Records
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What was Disney thinking?
29 July 2006 | by cityofgods24See all my reviews

This is by far the most lethargic Disney movie I have EVER seen! Nothing in this film seems to coincide with the story. There was one since (out of the seemly endless array of idiocy in this film) that strikes my thoughts moreover… When Jim/Bronze Eagle (Robert Townsend) and Judy/Warrior Woman (Alex Datcher) are watching the news over the Bank Robbery they saved, you can see their faces close up and hear the folks in the background talking capriciously, while at the same time both "superheros" were talking about why one another were "late." My question is, "didn't anyone hear those people?" at the same time while watching this, the character Bronze Eagle says, "Honey I think we need new head-shots the photographer called." Okay, "numbers are listed." There are so many moments in this film that make you wonder "how in the world did they get the founds to make it?" In the beginning of the movie, they wanted to show that "tinfoil" is their "super" weakness. They prattle on and on about how dangerous it is to be near it and to even touch it…yet in the beginning they are within two feet or even one foot away from it without any ominous happenings. Near the end of the film they appear to get perennially weaken by it (till someone intervenes, of course) at the LEAST 10 feet away.

Don't watch this movie. Don't waste your time. Instead, why not water the glass. Believe me there is more "superness" out of watering the glass, hell why not even dress up for it… make it fun!


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