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When Alex ruins a family vacation by accidentally casting a horrible spell on her loved ones, Max works overtime to keep his parents from separating while Alex and Justin seek out the "Stone of Dreams" in a desperate race to reverse the curse. —Anonymous
A Spellbinding Film Adaptation of One of My Favorite Disney Channel Shows
From the moment the preview for this movie was being shown on TV, I was very excited about it mainly because of the tone, the mood, and the action-packed adventure that was lying ahead. There were too many great things about this film that I was simply blown away by; 1st off, the acting was great, especially from David Henrie and Selena Gomez, and Jake T. Austin didn't act as stupid as he normally would on the show. The special effects were just mind-blowing and incredible, the location at which they were shooting (Puerto Rico) was amazing, and I really liked how Jerry(David Deluise) got to use magic and be more quirky, which he doesn't get too much of on the show. Honestly, this is one of the best DCOM's I've ever seen, and considering how great it was and how cool the visual effects were, this should've been a feature film. The story was so well constructed, and it really reflected how kids would wish for things out of anger and resentment, and then in this film it actually happened, and eventually Alex was in regret. My favorite acting scene was between Alex and Theresa, and also when Alex cried about how Justin couldn't remember her, and how he should've won the wizard competition. And I will say that it was for the best that Harper(Jennifer Stone) had a small role in the film, because there was nothing they could do for her character. This film is so great, the acting is so professional, it's from the director of Minutemen, and I love it. This is the kind of film that deserves a sequel, but that's more than likely not gonna happen. A shocker in regards to this film is that the writer, Dan Berendsen sank so low and went as far as co-writing Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. But besides that, this film is so cool, and one of the greatest DCOMs ever!!!
- Feb 18, 2012
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