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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?


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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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15 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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Omnifilm Entertainment See more »
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16:9 HD
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Sean Giambrone, Christy Carlson Romano and Patton Oswalt all previously appeared in episodes of Big Hero 6: The Series (2017) on separate occasions. See more »

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A basic, average film
16 February 2019 | by jonathan_k80See all my reviews

I was so looking forward to this movie and don't want to go so far as saying I was disappointed. I thought this was a decent effort because it captured the essence of the original program but not much of its charm.

The characters of Dr. Drakken and Shego were portrayed fairly well. The actors came close to imitating the original voice artists, especially Drakken's maniacal laughter. Shego's sarcastic comebacks were there, too, but could have been utilized more often. Ron was okay and did come across as the clumsy nerdy sidekick, as he should have.

I thought Kim was a little too vulnerable in this movie. In the original series, she had her moments of self-doubt, but never to the point of a near-total meltdown lack of confidence. Also lacking was the interaction among Kim's immediate family. There was no loving exchange between the parents and no rivalry between Kim and her younger twin brothers (the "Tweebs"). In fact, her dad's and brothers' appearances were not much more than cameos.

Special effects were on par for a made-for-TV film. Some of the fight scenes were awkward with Kim's flying kicks and back-flips appearing a little too contrived. I don't fault the effects department because they did the best they could translating a cartoon into live action. There are just certain physical movements that are impossible to replicate in real life.

Original creators Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley were back as executive producers, and I believe this is what saved the film. Had it been in the hands of someone else, it could have been a complete flop. The plot was left open-ended, so who knows if we will see a sequel, or better yet, a revival of the animated series. I am hoping for the latter.

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