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Troy is offered a job at Ryan & Sharpay's country club and ends up landing jobs for Gabriella, Chad, Taylor, Kelsi, Jason, Martha and Zeke. He is then introduced to Sharpay's parents and realizes that Sharpay can land him many opportunities and even a basketball scholarship. Meanwhile, while Troy starts hanging out with the rich folk, Chad is worried that Troy will forget his friends. Gabriella feels as though she is losing Troy to Sharpay. In the end, Troy will have to learn how to think about his scholarship without losing his friends.Written by
At the start of a dinner scene at the country club, Sharpay's father is mid way through a story of which only the line "...and she stepped on the ball!" is heard. This exact part line is also used in the film Trading Places (1983) in the same way, at dinner in a country club. See more »
In the opening song of "What Time is It" Troy and Chad and various other characters are doing choreography with the basketballs, it is clearly seen that someone in the back dropped their basketball. But in the next frame of that scene the ball is gone and back in someones hands. See more »
You must remember, young thespians, learning is never seasonal, so do allow the shimmering lights of Summer to refresh and illuminate your fertile young minds.
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when i first saw the movie, it was like a very realistic view on how high school is. stereotypes, drama queens, jocks, the smart ones, etc. the drama was fantastic because it made sense.
now that i just saw what it had become, it made me want to turn off the television because how disgraceful it was.
the movie started out okay, with that catchy songs. but when it moved on, it was such a let down. the sound of the movie was awful along with the hideous colors of the movie. it was like an unrealistic and awful photograph. the writers probably already know that the movie lacks that real grasp of the reality out there. unlike the first movie, this movie was only focused on the performance of each artists. again, another let down.
not to punch on the gravity of the situation but i love watching movies, but only movies that really are good and makes some sense. we all liked the first movie because it's the voice of the teenagers today. but for heaven's sake, did you have to make that sequel! i mean come on, you geared us to the point at which we can't wait until the next day to watch and that's what you came up with! if you are to make another sequel, just make sure you get a good script,a great story, and good concept! thank you-
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