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  • The interesting part was when Wendy finally accepted her mission and started training her Kung-Fu with the chinese monks but actually possessed her terror teacher's bodies
  • I have noticed some unrealistic scenes within the movie, such as the scene that Wendy's grandmother showed up in the middle of Wendy's fight just to give her the dress that her great grandmother wore when she fought the dark emperor a thousand year ago

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      Wendy Wu:Homecoming Queen is a Disney Channel original movie that was starred by Brenda Song. It is about a sassy girl running for her school’s homecoming queen title who suddenly being tasked by a chinese monk who was reincarnated for a thousand times for her to get trained and defeat the dark forces just like what her ancestors did thousand year ago.

      The movie was filled with a combination


      of comedy and action. The chinese monk took so much effort to convince Wendy with her mission by chasing her everywhere and even to Wendy’s school. The interesting part was when Wendy finally accepted her mission and started training her Kung-Fu with the chinese monks but actually possessed her terror teacher’s bodies. The fighting scenes were also great, especially the part when she was fighting with her homecoming ...

      • rival being possessed by the dark emperor.

        I have noticed some unrealistic scenes within the movie, such as the scene that Wendy’s grandmother showed up in the middle of Wendy’s fight just to give her the dress that her great grandmother wore when she fought the dark emperor a thousand year ago; and now she wanted Wendy to wear it at that moment. Yes it was touching, but if

        you get what I mean , i was not realistic to actually change your attire in the middle of the fight with your ultimat enemy, as if the enemy would actually wait for you to get done changing your attire. You could have been killed in real life eventually.

        But still, Wendy Wu was a great movie. I would stil like to watch the movie again without minding the costume-changing scene.




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