High School Musical 3: Senior Year (Single-Disc Theatrical Version)
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There are a few new characters: Sharpay's personal assistant Tiara Gold (Jemma McKenzie-Brown), and Troy's hangers-on, Rocket Man (Matt Prokop) and Donny Dion (Justin Martin), who may give the franchise life beyond its original cast (if they make some headway in the likability department). But it's all about the songs and the dances. Ryan and Sharpay sizzle in a classic-musical tribute "I Want It All"; Troy and Gabriella share a rooftop waltz in "Can I Have This Dance"; and Troy and Chad blow off steam in a salvage yard in "The Boys Are Back." "Now or Never" is this film's "sports song," and Troy and Gabriella have their big duet "Just Wanna Be With You" and their own showcases, in "Scream" and "Walk Away," respectively. If the closing anthem, "High School Musical," seems on the self-congratulatory side, it's a rare misstep in a series that has made a generation of tweens (especially girls) sing and dance and realize they can be whatever they want to be. --David Horiuchi
Stills from High School Musical 3: Senior Year (Click for larger image)
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In high school musical 3 you get to see all of the emotions and changes that happen during senior year. You get to see Troy and Gabriella's relationship progress, you get to see what everyone's future is going to be, you get to see prom (Troy and Gabriella look amazing and so does the rest of the class), you get to see everyone graduate, and you get to see everyone say goodbye to each other which was really sad. There are some really hard decisions to be made in this movie and I think everyone did an excellent job acting it out.
Overall this movie was great. It was played out really well. When you are watching this movie you really feel like you are also saying goodbye to the cast and its really sad.
I wish the entire cast good luck with everything they do in the future.
If you love the first two high school musical films then I know you'll love this one as well.
The Extended version of the film comes with an extended version of the film, sing alongs, cast interviews, bloopers and so much more. I highly recommend you pick up the extended version of the film instead of the theatrical version. It is well worth the extra money.
I was 11-12 when the first movie came out and after that I was hooked I watched every movie or show the main cast was in and was suck into my first fandom. I've been following Vanessa's career since this first movie and it's been emotional rewatching this remembering where I was when each movie came out and the nostalgia feeling attached to these movies.
These movies are so much about self discovery and learning to be honest and true to yourself no matter what others think. In these movies the theme was always Troy and what his Dad or friends would think. Gabriella being his rock and always being honest with him helps him grow into the person he became in the final movie. I always found this last one really emotional and honest because it's about what happens after High School and Gabriella going to a college that would be far away from Troy. High School couples go through that all the time and it shows the real struggle he faces without having her right with him whenever. Also, shows that Troy after all the years of loving basketball and now music he has no clue what he wants to do with his life after high school.
This one felt the most real in terms of the issues and I'm glad to say I was there from the beginning. Once a Wildcat always a Wildcat!
The East High Wildcats decide to put on their final show together at their school: a musical about their twelfth grade experience. It'll be a pretty unique musical because, for once, they won't have to play a character - they'll be playing themselves! But due to her incredible intelligence, Gabriella, the female protagonist, is offered to skip her senior year in high school and go to straight onto college right away. Will she accept Standard's offer, leaving her friends, boyfriend, and the musical behind? Will Troy, the male protagonist, chose to continue with basketball or will he chose a career than involves acting? Will Sharpay win a scholarship to New York's Julliard University of Performing Arts or will her brother?Read more ›
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