Spin-off of the hit Disney Channel series "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody," in which twin brothers Zack and Cody Martin and hotel heiress London Tipton enroll in a semester-at-sea program aboard a ship called the SS Tipton.
A teen cruise to Hawaii on the S.S. Tipton sounds like every teenager's dream. So it's no surprise that Justin (Wizards of Waverly Place) entered an essay contest and won a trip for himself... See full summary »
A 16-year-old girl prepares a list of 16 wishes for eight years, hoping they will come true on her 16th birthday. A fairy comes to give her 16 candles that make the 16 wishes come true. Her... See full summary »
Anna Mae Wills
Sonny, a talented Midwestern girl, has won a nationwide talent search to move to Los Angeles and star in a popular television series. Sonny's home and work life is documented along with her adjustment to life in the spotlight.
After making plans to spend spring break with Bailey, Cody takes a job as an intern at a prestigious research firm, breaking his plans and leaving Bailey infuriated and refusing to speak to him. Zack then runs a billion-dollar submarine into Vancouver's seawall causing the equipment to get lost which results Cody being fired from the program and vowing to never speak to Zack again. While there, Dr. Olsen approaches Zack and Cody, telling them that they are perfect for the 'Gemini Project,' a massive project studying the effects of twins. After making much thought, the twins decide to participate, and land themselves among dozens of other twins. In the beginning, all seems normal, but before long, the two suddenly find themselves connected metaphysically in a way they never have been-able to before. If one twin has a thought, the other does as well; including feeling the same pain at the same time. But as their week on the 'Gemini Project' campus goes on, they soon discover that all is...Written by
Just when I thought Dylan and Cole Sprouse would never do a DCOM, they finally did, and I thought it was really cool. The story was well structured, Dylan and Cole's acting was much more professional than in the show, plus it was also very interesting to have Zack and Cody portrayed in a more serious light. This movie definitely had some surprises, considering that it was from the director of the Even Stevens Movie, but it's true that they could've focused on other characters besides Zack and Cody. As usual, Phill Lewis did great as Moseby, and Brenda Song does a great job as well. The movie was also a good opportunity for the filmmakers to mend and sort of add new development to Zack and Cody's brotherly relationship, and as a result, they learned to understand each other better. Overall great film, I give it a 9/10.
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