Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure
There is one phrase that come to mind when
I think of Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure - "Think Pink." She is not
afraid to wear some bright, and colorful outfits that are very pink. And
I mean very pink. I like pink, but not to that extreme. This is one of
the things that sets Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure apart from so many
other princess films. Although technically it is not a princess film,
but you will see later.
Disney was kind enough to provide Family Friendly Gaming with a reviewable copy of Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure. I am reviewing the Blu-ray + DVD package. The producers of High School Musical bring us Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure. Ashley Tisdale stars in this eighty-nine minute movie. She starts out as a rich spoiled brat who is obsessed with fame. She travels to New York for a part in a play.
Part of the entertainment value of Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure for me was the outfits. WOW! They are really pink. She is not afraid of her feminine side. She is also very confident in her abilities, and does not back down. Her father gives her one month to make it in New York. If she fails she must come home and work for him. The thought of work offends her pampered past.
The musical notes and range in Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure is amazing. I was in awe of the talent of the singers in Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure. They also dance, and most everything was safe for the entire family. She wore some shorter skirts but I never noticed anything revealing. The canines in Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure are very cute, and trained. They barked on queue, and added a nice layer to this film.
Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure includes bloopers, Austin Cam, and the Evolution of Sharpay. I found these to be interesting, and informative. Getting to see and learn some behind the scenes is fantastic in my opinion. I had thought of Ashley Tisdale from the Suite Life of Zack and Cody, but she goes back to High School Musical. There are a few songs in Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure, but I would not classify it as a musical.
In a lot of ways Sharpay goes around as if she is royalty. She expects to be treated a certain way, and is shocked when others do not bow down to her whims. She has talent, and does not have to work for anything. There were numerous times at the beginning of the movie that I cringed. She learns throughout this movie some difficult lessons. When she finally gets her shot, she keeps her promises and brings others along. She learns to shun selfishness, and think about others.
The lesson of thinking of others, and not being a prima donna resonate through Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure. The growth of the character, and learning about the real world are important lessons that all of us have to go through. I also learned how cut throat, and disgusting the theater profession is. I would guess there are elements of realism in this movie in that regard. Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure also taught me how important honesty is. It does it in the round about way, but it is still there.
Family Friendly Factor: 85%
ESRB Rating: 'G' for General Audiences
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