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Zapped (2014)

When Zoey's mom remarries, Zoey finds it hard adjusting to her new life - no longer the only kid in the family.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Zoey Stevens
... Rachel Todds
... Jackson Kale
... Taylor Dean
... Adam Thompson
... Ben
... Ted
... Jeannie Stevens
... Tripp
... Yuki
Conner Cowie ... Zach
... Charlie
... Short Dork Dancer
Nicholas Lydiate ... Tall Dork Dancer
... Principal Mumford
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Sixteen-year-old Zoey Stevens, a skilled dancer and straight-A student, is having a hard time adjusting to a new high school, a new and klutzy dance squad, a new step-dad, three new rowdy step-brothers and an unruly dog, but things change when a dog training app on her smart phone begins to somehow control all the boys around her. Written by Anonymous

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The original title was "Unleashed". See more »

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During Zoey's first "date" with Jackson, she is wearing pale pink lipstick. When he's walking her home, the lipstick is much darker. See more »

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Zoey Stevens: A-a-are you... are you kidding me? Did anyone see that? You just fart on someone with impunity at this school?
Rachel Todds: Sadly, I think you can. The school charter makes no mention of farts. They're technically legal.
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The Way You Move
Written by Renald Francoeur
Performed by Renald Francoeur and Megan Oliver
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Disappointing and Demeaning to Boys
28 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

I have always liked Disney movies primarily because I can watch them with my kids without worry of them hearing or seeing something I would prefer they didn't, until I saw Zapped. Even my kids made comments about how it was "about controlling boys" and was "kind of insulting to boys". Those we're they're words, not mine. The movie is about a girl who downloads an app to her phone. The app is for training "dogs". The app turns out to have magical powers. The magical powers are that it allows the owner to control boys (implied dogs) with verbal commands. Anything the owner says into the phone, boys have to do. It's a dog training app, that controls boys. Does anyone see the (probably unintentional, but still there) unspoken message there? But that isn't all. Boys are presented as immature, "untrained", disgusting, farting, and ridiculous fools. And that is before the controlling app is even introduced. It was one of those movies that I kept growing more uncomfortable with the more it went on. I kept thinking, "OK, the whole demeaning-to-boys thing will end soon and it will get better". But it never did. If the gender of the characters were reversed in this movie and it portrayed girls like this, it never would have been released. Remember, the target audience of this movie is kids. What message is this movie relaying to kids? To boys, it says, "You should be embarrassed of yourself". Disappointing.


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