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  • I think it's great how the students are focused on this huge clock, waiting for the seconds to tick down
  • One thing I've noticed about both movies is they talk a lot about being able to work through difficult situations and obstacles with the added note that as long as they, the group of friends, are together, they can get through whatever is blocking their path
  • I did think one song sung by Efron wasn't the best bit of choreography and direction in the world

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      With the enormous success of High School Musical, Disney quickly made a sequel called appropriately enough High School Musical 2. Not messing with success, it’s basically the same cast, led by teen almost-sensations, Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens. The movie starts as summer break is about to begin. I think it’s great how the students are focused on this huge clock, waiting for the seconds to tick down. I’m nowhere near

      that age anymore, but I still remember how that was. It was a fun opening.

      One thing I’ve noticed about both movies is they talk a lot about being able to work through difficult situations and obstacles with the added note that as long as they, the group of friends, are together, they can get through whatever is blocking their path. It’s a really nice message, and I hope it has gotten through ...


      • to some of the fans of this movie and its stars.

        The strife of the drama comes when bad girl Sharpay (Ashley Tidsdale) decides to pair up with good guy Troy, using her influence with her parents who have ties to the club resort where Troy and the students are working that summer to set up her wishes. Essentially, Troy lets material things and such go to his head, jeopardizing his friendship with his

        buddies and his relationship with his girlfriend.

        The music is very good and the choreography, staged in part by Kenny Ortega, is pretty good. I did think one song sung by Efron wasn’t the best bit of choreography and direction in the world. He’s out in hills of the golf course having an epiphany and it’s just overdone.

        Still, the message shines through and it’s another happy ending. It’s a good feeling movie that’s very entertaining.




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