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An adult & parent who still has lots of kid in him,
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This review is from: Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama (The Top-Secret Extended Edition) (DVD)
As anyone somewhat familiar with the series knows, the popularity of this supposed finale combined with a German syndication deal led to Disney deciding to do a fourth season, which concluded with the two-part "Graduation" episode aired in September of 2007.
Here is my original review:
The "Kim Possible" series came out about ten years too late for me to enjoy watching it with my daughter. Thankfully, I still have a lot of kid in me and, having discovered the series midway through its second season, have thoroughly enjoyed it as a welcome and much-needed alternative to the cesspool that is most of today's television. I must confess I even got a little attached to the characters as the series progressed, especially leading up to the movie, whose "mission" as a finale to the series was a poorly kept secret.
The movie is fantastic. Bob Schooley, Mark McCorkle and Steve Loter all deserve Emmys and loads of praise for exploiting the longer movie format, taking advantage of the latest CGI technology and seemlessly combining it with "traditional" animation, and fleshing out the characters, bringing us a fitting conclusion to the current series. As usual, the cast of voice character actors, led by Christy Carlson Romano and Will Friedle doing the voices of Kim and Ron, are terrific.
This is unquestionably one DVD worth buying and watching. I'm even thinking of getting a copy or two to sock away and give to my future granddaughter(s) and grandson(s). Yes, it's *that* good.