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High School Musical 2
The East High Wildcats are ready to have the time of their lives. Troy (Zac Efron) is thrilled when he’s offered a job in a country club, but it’s all part of Sharpay’s (Ashley Tisdale) plot to lure him away from Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens). How will it all turn out? All questions are answered on the night of the club’s Talent Show.
|Studio :||Disney Channel,|
|Crew :||Producer, Producer,|
|Cast :||Alyson Reed Zac Efron Vanessa Hudgens Ashley Tisdale Lucas Grabeel|
|Genre :||Drama Comedy Music Family|
one of the dumbest movies of all time
It is both painfully honest and laugh-out-loud funny at the same time.
The story-telling is good with flashbacks.The film is both funny and heartbreaking. You smile in a scene and get a soulcrushing revelation in the next.
The movie's not perfect, but it sticks the landing of its message. It was engaging - thrilling at times - and I personally thought it was a great time.
I liked this one a little bit better then the first movie. Once again, I did come up with some parts that I found out of sync.1. Why on earth did Troy slide on his stomach after the opening song? 2. Why did Troy look left first when Gabriella's locker was on the right? Wouldn't he know by now where her locker is? 3. How would the entire kitchen staff be students from East High? Did they not have any other workers before? 4. All these kids were complaining about how they couldn't get jobs and then they get a job at a country club. Talk about one of the best jobs you could ask for as a high schooler. Somehow they find a way to complain about it.5. In "You Are the Music in Me" Troy and Gabriella hardly ever look at the music and somehow know all the words. Also there are drums being played and there are background singers that don't exist.6. When talking to the U of A board members, one of them mentions Troy's game winning shot. Troy then tells him that wouldn't have happened if his teammates didn't steal the ball. The only problem is that Troy was the one who stole the ball.7. Troy gets promoted to a job that gives him $500 per week, which would equal out to $26,000 a year. There is no way he would get paid that for what he was doing, especially with no past experience.8. Chad apparently plays baseball, but handles the bat as if he doesn't know what baseball is.9. Troy explains that he's acting the way he is for the scholarship and Gabriella responds with pretty soon that's who you become. Oh yea, a high school junior is a real expert on life, right? 10. Troy asks Sharpay what was the first thing she said to him there and they say we're all in this together. She did say that to him, but it wasn't even close to the first thing said, that was more like "Hey boys, so Troy, I thought it was time for you to meet my parents".11. There is no way Troy could have learned "Every day" in its entirety in such a short time.12. Everyday is another song where there is a mysterious drummer hiding somewhere.13. The Evans' father is always telling Ryan to fix his hat, including after he wins the star dazzle award, but his hat is perfectly straight at that moment.14. If you got Miley Cyrus on your set, why only show her for 4 seconds? Yay, 4 less then the first movie! Good movie though.
Dana Scott Professor Iles Humanities 246 Film Review on IBMD High School Musical TwoHigh School Musical. While most males run away from the word musical, most females get excited and attached to the relation of high school and the cute buy who happens to be the basketball star. High school Musical Two has more than just songs sung by students, it has a story line to follow that can really teach kids a lesson about life. The second film is about the summer life of high school students just before their senior year of high school. Getting jobs, spending money on clothes and saving money for college, the wildcats finally get their head in reality as they all get summer jobs at this rich club. The idea is to learn the lessons of life before college, find out who you are and just have fun before the real world begins, getting ready for college. Sharpe, the "top singer" for the musical, and her brother Ryan, have parents that own this club. Sharpe only wants the basketball star, Troy to work at this club so Sharpe can try and be his girlfriend. What turns to surprise is that Troy current girlfriend, Gabrielle, along with all of their friends, show up on the first day at work as well. Sharpe, being angry, throughout the whole film, tries to sabotage the relationship between Gabby and Troy and get the rest of the crew to quit so she can date Troy and win the club's talent show at the end of the year. The theme for this movie is based on complexity of a human relationships, the key idea- friendship. In this movie, the viewer can easily see that friendship that the students have with the other students. One can clearly point out who are the friends and the foe's The idea of the film is based on friendship, who overcomes the drama when rumors are spread and lies are spoken and who has each other's back for when it comes to the important stuff in life. Two plots that show friendship is Troy, who has been asked to play basketball allot with some college players vs his friends, and when Troy has to choose between his job (which is not giving him enough time with his friends) and choosing more chances to hang out with Gabby and his friends. The first technique, and is used quite allot in this movie, is motif. There are several scenes in the movie that have the same idea, an example would be that Sharpe is constantly trying to get Troy to choose the amazing chances he has, like a better job offer and playing basketball with college students. Throughout the movie, Sharpe is trying to create new ideas to make Troy hang out with her or do something different rather than playing and hanging out with his 'real' friends. The second technique that was used to show this theme, is based on camera angle. Throughout the whole movie, there are several short shots that has the camera shot towards Troy playing basketball, then back to his basketball friends watching him play as everyone else works their job. One movie that has the same theme idea is the first and third movie of High School Musical. Each movie of the trilogy is based on friendship, figuring out who is important, and accepting each other for who they are. In the first movie, Troy wants his friends to accept that he wants to be in a musical and the third movie, the gang tries to stay friends, knowing that senior year is to a close and even though they will be separated for the first time in years, they will still stay true friends until the end. The idea of figuring out who you are is based upon the friends that you hang out with. Choosing your friends can show your character in several ways. Friendships are very important in life because true friends support you no matter what choices you make or hobbies you like, as well as they are to be understanding for the mistakes you make. This movie shows that friendship is very valuable and important in life as you grow.
it is a great summer movie it is a perfect summer movie this is one great movie you will like this movie so much it is a wonderful movie i never saw a movie this good before you will like all of the music in this one of a kind movie finally summer is here good to be chilling out that is one of the songs in the movie you will like it so much it is one of the best movies in the whole universe it is much better than the fist high school musical i mean there is no kissing that is good this is a wonderful movie you will say wow what a great movie because it is a great movie it is the bomb i like this movie so much it rocks i never saw a movie this great before i like it so much i think this movie should when 8 awards that is how good this movie is i like this so much and so will you go see it today you want be sorry i like this movie so much this movie is the big cheese if you like the first you will like high school musical 2 it is one of the best movies in the world
the first high school musical movie launched a massive empire of merchandising, franchising, and to no surprise, a sequel. the first high school musical was the farthest thing from Oscar-Worthy, and the only reason a sequel was even considered is because Disney knows every girl in America with an IQ below 20 will surely fall in love with zac efron, one of this movies 'actors'.on to this movie, shall we? this movie starts about a minute before the characters are let out of school for summer vacation. before i go any further, may i please point out that this means there wont even BE a high school throughout the whole movie!!! anyway, the entire cast complains about their money issues, though each of them lives in football stadium sized house. remarkably, the ENTIRE cast manages to hook jobs at a country club. with no other job experiences, resumes, or even job application, the entire cast all get jobs located within 10 feet of each other. believable, right? this entire movie is boring, the actors force their lines as if they read them once the night before rehearsal, and every scene is more pointless than the last.speaking of pointless, lets skip to the second to last scene... everyones having a pool party, when-wait-is that...Miley Cyrus?? why Disney channel thought it would be a good idea for this cameo is beyond me. in case ure wondering, she has an appearance of about four seconds. her role is so small she probably didn't even know what movie she was in! hs2, 0/10