Not as fun as the original, this one lacks a lot of the humor that the first one had. This one is all about Kenai and his love interest, Nita and Koda begins to feel left out. I feel ya, Koda. I too missed the interaction between Kenai and Koda that made Brother Bear so great. While there are some funny bits (like the scene with those crazy raccoons) and overall the story isn’t too bad, this one didn’t quite live up to my hopeful expectations but also wasn’t a flop.
This is a really interesting movie based on a true story about a Mormon missionary who travels to Tonga in the 1950s. This guy goes through a lot while on his mission and to watch him grow and become attached to this place and its people was heartwarming. A good watch for anyone, even if you aren’t religious.
This movie is fantastic. It’s very reminiscent of the original Winnie the Pooh and just as great. I was laughing hysterically quite a few times. The humor is clever, the story is fun and with the music is done by Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward and the duo that brought us “Let It Go” from Frozen, you can’t lose.
While not great, this movie is kinda fun because it is so ridiculous. The situation these girls get into and are able to do because they have a pop star’s phone is crazy, but entertaining. Also, it is was hilarious to see that the “mega cute hunky pop star Jordan” was played by the now SNL cast member Taran Killam. His character was extremely cheesy but his bleached tips take me back to the days of N’SYNC.
A 13 year old super smart kid goes to college and then leads a double life as an alter ego cool kid at the local middle school. Not great in our opinion. We got bored and weren’t really feeling anything for the characters. I was also not a fan of the ending. I get that they are cheating to stop the other team from cheating, but that is still cheating. Who is to say who really won the hockey game.
A very successful attempt to remake one of their classics. This movie is great. Little Lindsay Lohan does a fabulous job at carrying this movie. Questions raised when watching this movie aside from why would parents do this to their children: Why do characters never wake up in movies? I mean, the whole scene where Hallie and her friends are putting shaving cream, honey, tying string everywhere, placing water balloons and feathers and hanging a bucket of chocolate, you are telling me not one girl wakes up? Not one girl hears anythings or feels stuff being put on them? Apparently not. In the movies no one ever wakes up. Also, why is it that Annie has to change everything in order for the two to look alike. She has to get her ears pierced and hair cut (which looks perfect despite being cut by an 11 year old with giant scissors) while Hallie didn’t have to do anything. Poor Annie. And where did they end up living after they parents remarried? Our guess if California since you can move a bridal dress design company but not a vineyard. This movie is great, though, and if your kids can sit through a 2 hour movie, they will love it.
Although we have loved all the sequels to Lilo & Stitch so far, we didn’t like this one. It wasn’t as fun, humorous or endearing as any of the others. Kids will probably enjoy it but this is one that can be skipped.
To finish off all the High Shool Musical sequels and spin offs we have to sit down and women up to watch Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure. Sharpay wasn’t even Sharpay, she was more Sharpayesque. And I’m sorry, but Sharpay is not this super crazy talented girl with most incredible voice ever. If you keep having to say your main character is oh so talented, I think there is a problem. The songs in this movie just didn’t seem to do Ashley Tisdale any justice. “Fabulous” does reappear in the background though, and that is a good song. The best part about the movie… the two dogs in love. So cute.
Not as good as the first two but still a fun watch. You can definitely tell this was released in theaters as opposed to just the Disney Channel like its predecessors. A bigger budget was definitely evident, however it still kept in the tone of the others. This movie focuses on the problems that high-schoolers have about graduating and the future and the worrying. Guess what guys, life goes on and it gets worse…also better, also worse.
Based in a true story, this movie will stress you out! It is intense but in an oh so good way. We were complete captivated by the story and amazed by the people it was based on. We rated the stress high because for us it was nail-biting and the boring high because if kids aren’t scared of it, they will probably be bored and not into it.