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Drake and Josh Go Hollywood (2006)

When Drake and Josh accidentally send their little sister Megan on a plane to L.A., they soon find themselves in the middle of a dangerous situation.

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Steve Hoefer

Writers:

Dan Schneider (creator), Steven Molaro (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Drake Bell ... Drake Parker
Josh Peck ... Josh Nichols
Nancy Sullivan Nancy Sullivan ... Audrey Parker-Nichols
Jonathan Goldstein ... Walter Nichols
Miranda Cosgrove ... Megan Parker
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jorge Luis Abreu Jorge Luis Abreu ... Ah'Lee
Scott Atkinson
Jordan Belfi
Alicia Benavides Alicia Benavides ... Chambermain
Barbara Lee Bragg ... Angry Woman
Myron Brittany Myron Brittany
Lauren Champey Lauren Champey ... Pretty girl #1
Karin Anna Cheung ... Flight Attendant
Dave Clark Dave Clark
Rusty Colemon Rusty Colemon
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Storyline

Josh's first assignment in his creative writing program is to write a typed report/paper about his greatest adventure. Meanwhile Drake and Josh's parents leave to go on a ten-day cruise, leaving Drake and Josh in charge. But when Drake and Josh accidentally reverse the flight number, sending her to Los Angeles International Airport (flight 647) instead of Denver. Her brothers find out the mistake and follow her on another plane. Upon arriving in Los Angeles, Megan uses her parents' credit card to order a limousine to take her to an expensive hotel and book a presidential suite. Before finding out, however, the brothers wait to see Megan's plane take off. When the brothers arrive in Los Angeles, they go out to find their sister and get her to Denver. At this moment, several criminals enter the suite and attempt to take the G-O. It's up to Drake and Josh to foil the bad guys, and get to the TRL studio in time. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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They have to get free, foil the bad guys, and get to the TRL studio in time


Certificate:

TV-G | See all certifications »

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Official Sites:

Nick [United States]

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 January 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Drake & Josh: Rumo a Hollywood See more »

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Trivia

Josh sliding the laptop, under the closed toilet where the MTV director was talking on the phone, is the same idea when Danny Partridge slid a tape recorder to get Reuben Kincaid's attention. See more »

Goofs

Drake and Josh's stealing of Tony Hawk's car could not have happened because the valets already parked it. See more »

Quotes

Josh Nichols: T-R-L! Baby!
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Connections

Followed by Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh (2008) See more »

Soundtracks

Steppin Out
Music by Sol Turpin
Performed by Safety Orange
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Don't Question The Logic, Just Enjoy the Movie
6 February 2012 | by HeroOfTheDay666See all my reviews

After reading the reviews for this movie, it seems like the main reason it has been negatively reviewed is due to the unrealistic aspects of the movie. I'll admit, there are a lot of dumb moments. How does Megan get on the wrong plane when her ticket should have stopped her? How does she book such an expensive room for so long by herself? Why are the thugs so stupid? All of these things are silly, but in the end it doesn't really matter. Drake and Josh has never been a serious show, so don't take it seriously.

Having said that, the movie itself is actually pretty good. It feels more like a long episode than a movie, but that's what often happens with movies based on TV shows. The jokes are in the traditional Drake and Josh style, with the noticeable lack of a laugh track in the background. The only complaint I have about the humor is that Josh doesn't behave like he normally does, which does take away from the fun a bit. He seems too serious and doesn't make as many sarcastic comments about Drake here, nor does he do any of his, as one reviewer put, "Josh- gasms."

The story is adequate. It's obvious that the focus was on the jokes and not the story, and considering that the audience is composed of kids and young teenagers, this was probably a good idea.

There are some good moments in it aside from the humor. The fight scenes are OK but nothing too thrilling, and the car chases are pretty good by TV sitcom standards. There are a few moments where I actually felt legitimately feel good and bad for Drake and Josh, which is rare for me.

Overall, a pretty solid comedy if you look past it's obvious errors.


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