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“Like I said its a marmite but don't let that throw you...”

Written on: 07/11/2008 by welshgirl44 (35 reviews written)

Good Points
Well I must say, as a dedicated High School Musical fan I loved the film, it starts off with a real feel good moment that makes you want to shout and jump and scream 'yes'! They have some great songs and great dances and acting-corney , but not too so, and romantic but definitely suitable for little children. There are great little life lessons that stay with people-although people say High School Musical is not deep at all it does have some lessons that kids especially can learn from.

Bad Points
High School Musical 3: The Seinior Years, like the two previous films, is a marmite film. You either hate it or you love it. There is no happy medium. You either cringe and groan at the dances or you embrace your childhood passion and sing badly and dance like you care about no-one.

General Comments
Like I said its a marmite but don't let that throw you off. Some typically musical songs, that are big cheesy and all together fantastic. Three new characters have been added to this years show which reflect on the other characters. There is a hidden message and I think it's 'Always be yourself, and you will go far'

So the gorgeous Zac Efron, almost too perfect Vannesa Hudgens, Monique Coleman, Corbin Bleu, Ashley Tisdale, and Lucas Gabreel return to our screens with a blast and don't dissapoint High School Musical fans.

Spoiler coming up:

It starts with winning the basketball cup, back to back champions. School the next day Kelsey unwillingly signs them up for the Spring Musical. Gabriella convinces them to do it. Eventually Gabriella moves to Stanford because she got excepted for the honuary program. Troy is very disstressed he drives the 1065 miles to get her and bring her back for graduation. They are in time for their duet in the musical, they steal the show. In the end Troy makes a moving speech in Graduation and I think we see a medal on Gabriella-meaning she's valedictorian.

They finish with their future's ahead of them, and we wait for HSM4!

I've seen it three times now and still love it, but do not go see it unless you are a fan! It'll only be a waste of money and time for you!

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