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The storyline feels a little thin and moth-eaten in parts but this sequel is plenty of fun.
An old-fashioned movie made with new-fashioned finesse.
The plot isn't so bad, but the pace of storytelling is too slow which makes people bored. Certain moments are so obvious and unnecessary for the main plot. I would've fast-forwarded those moments if it was an online streaming. The ending looks like implying a sequel, not sure if this movie will get one
I absolutely loved this movie, it was an awesome movie coming from a 23 year old! I do recommend! So upset I can't find on DVD as they took it off Netflix!
'Frenemies' was the first movie of this summer holidays and I loved it very much. There were three stories in it and I like them all. The first story was about a boy and his dog. The dog was so cute. The second story about two thick friends who does everything together, they have never separated, but one it will be tested when they seek the job at a fashion magazine. And the third and final was about two girls who alike. the movie ends with a wonderful song.It was different movie than I thought.one of the best Disney channel movie.
Okay, I won't lie; this movie made me chuckle a few times. But at the end of the day it was stupid, trashy nonsense and I'm not just saying that because it's a film aimed at kids. You can watch much better movies with your children. I'd even recommend "High School Musical" over this garbage.Some of the messages it sends out are bizarre. Best friends are great and all but are you really going to let friendship get in the way of a huge career opportunity? And why did the first mindless tween let his dog get in the way of a relationship? Granted, it wasn't a very healthy relationship, but who knows how many more times he's going to put his dog before actual people? And as for act three... well, I don't even have to go into that. It was a total rip-off of "The Parent Trap." This film is a cliché storm and compared to this, "Camp Rock" looks like "The Godfather." By all means, skip it.
This Disney movie is actually a trilogy with three acts but the same plot. The first Act is about a popular, pretty girl who tricked a science geek, Nick to do all the work for their Science Project which they are supposed to be working together on. But It's not really about Stephanie, it's about Nick and his bestfriend, a dog. But of course, since it's a Disney movie, the act is supposed to end happily. The second act is about two best friends, Zendeya and Bella doing everything they can to win the editor job from each other, now, I can say this part is cliché because of it's ending. They remain best friends and nothing can tear them apart. The third act is a modernized version of the prince and the pauper. When Emma and Savannah, both played by the same person, first met each other they decided to switch because their life is so 'different' from each others so at the end, everyone find out and it turns out they are both comfortable with their own lives, which I'm not surprised with.So all in all, I think it's not a bad film, It's mostly cliché best friend stuffs but can be pretty entertaining.