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Kim Possible (2019)

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Heroes Kim and Ron face the problems of starting high school as freshmen when their team gets an addition. Every hero needs a villain and one's just been sprung from prison. Will Kim save the world again or will high school bog her down?


Josh A. Cagan (script), Josh A. Cagan | 6 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sadie Stanley ... Kim Possible
Sean Giambrone ... Ron Stoppable
Ciara Riley Wilson ... Athena
Todd Stashwick ... Dr. Drakken
Taylor Ortega ... Shego
Issac Ryan Brown ... Wade
Alyson Hannigan ... Dr. Ann Possible
Connor Fielding ... Jim
Owen Fielding ... Tim
Connie Ray ... Nana Possible
Erika Tham ... Bonnie Rockwaller
Michael P. Northey ... Mr. Barkin
Patton Oswalt ... Professor Dementor
Patrick Sabongui ... Dr. Glopman
Christy Carlson Romano ... Poppy Blu


Everyday teen hero Kim Possible (Sadie Stanley) and her best friend Ron Stoppable (Sean Giambrone) embark on their freshman year of high school, all while saving the world from evil villains. While Kim and Ron have always been one step ahead of their opponents, navigating the social hierarchy of high school is more challenging than the action-heroes ever imagined. With Drakken (Todd Stashwick) and Shego (Taylor Ortega) lurking in the wings, Kim must rely on her family and friends on Team Possible -- Ron, tech-genius Wade (Issac Ryan Brown), new friend Athena (Ciara Wilson), and Rufus, a naked mole-rat -- to stop these super villains. Written by Disney Channel

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Patton Oswalt and Nancy Cartwright, who played Professor Dementor and Ron's pet Naked Mole Rat Rufus in Kim Possible (2002), reprise their respective roles in this feature. See more »


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Safe, yet messing with original property
28 February 2019 | by cameronparry-43132See all my reviews

The original property of Kim Possible is sacred to most, due to its passion behind it. It's writing was enjoyable to both kids and adults alike. This only caters to the kids. It's very uninspired due to it being live action, which makes things that can happen only in animation, either not happen, or not look decent at all.

In the original, Kim 'Possible' meant she could step up to the plate when danger came, even if it was stronger than herself. In this version, all she does is do flips, and when someone else can do a better midair tumble roll than her, she has a meltdown about it. That's immature and sends a dangerous message of egotism which really rubbed me the wrong way when that sub-message came about, before they hamfisted the message of friendship soon after. The writing is poor, and the plot is extremely safe for any toddler to follow. Yet for people who grew up with Kim Possible, and still revisits today to find enjoyment, this really tarnished the property. Show your kid the original animated series if you haven't, and save this for another day if you're extremely bored.

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15 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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