"High School Musical" gives a remarkable message on the acceptance of young people

High School Musical – 3 Stars (Good)

Disney Channel had to be included in the High School Musical premiere in January 2006, the most successful television movie

In addition to its commercial success, the High School Musical an even greater artistic success, a remarkable message about the acceptance of teenagers in today's world.

This film represents everything that is right for today's teenagers. We see quality athletes, quality university students, quality relationships and personal development that lead to good thinking, good motivation and good action at the right time

All this is a G, not PG, PG-13, R or NC-17 . Do you know how rare the G-rated movie is, which is not an animated film?

Millions of parents and adults are so sick and tired that they see dirty language, sexual gymnastics, drug use, murder, rape, serious bodily injury, and evil act.

Hollywood says it's just making these movies because the movie makers want to see it; really gives an insight into how much it is permissible, distorted and untouched by the capital of America.

He said I'd leave High School Musical and Quality Direction for Kenny Ortega and Writing Quality by Peter Barsocchini, who sends an excellent message of acceptance that all teenagers are struggling with grown-ups.

New Year's Eve together with Troy Bolton (Zac Efron) and Montez Gabriella (Vanessa Anne Hudgens). As they sing along with karaoke, they discover their love for each other and their love of interest.

Gabriella, a very bright student, is coming to school and finds Troy, the basketball team and star again. When Troy and Gabriella become quick friends, they will be recalled during school music auditions. Seventeen-year-old drama Queen Sharpay Evans (Ashley Tisdale) and her brother Ryan (Lucas Grabeel) are upset because they have been in the last 17 school games.

When Troy's basketball teammates recognized him, he listened to the music and neglected team captains, and Gabriella's teammates at the academy team noticed that he became a friend of Troy, both teams conspiring to break their friendship.

When both Troy and Gabriella's performance slip dramatically and are clearly desperate because they are just trying to break out of their expected role, their teammates recognize the conspiracy to dissolve their friendship.

The conspiracy was led by Chad Danforth (Corbin Bleu), Troy's best friend and basketball teammate, as well as Taylor McKessie (Monique Coleman), Gabriella's friend and the School's Science Club, who competes in the Scottish Tens. Monique Coleman continued to compete in the popular Star Wars series.

Sharpay and his brother Ryan know that Troy and Gabriella are a real race for their usual position on the stage and try to interrupt the recall by making dramatic songs, Alyson Reed, an even bigger drama queen to change the recall time to disturb Troy championship basketball game and Gabriella's scolastic decathlon.

Troy assists her team in winning the championship and Gabriella helps her team win the scolastic decathlon. Both play a recall and a leading role in the game, even though all three events occur simultaneously. You must see the movie in order to understand how the basketball team and their scholastic teammates plan to take place.

Because you and yours have the courage to try something new, Troy and Gabriella motivate their classmates to try out new interests.

High School Musical is about a diverse school population that drives diversity to a better place. Rather than concentrating exclusively on the writer of diversity, Peter Barsocchini ignores the jaded, obvious problems of skin color, body size and good looks, and builds even more important points: acceptance when it is different.

Maybe not to worry so much that two African American coaches were in the last Super Bowl and focus only on the game and the players. Maybe we can meditate from the racial perspective.

Maybe we can really examine the issue of acceptance and other important issues in teenage children's lives and not the fact that if acceptance does not exist

High School Musical shows teenagers mocking, twisting, cheating, regret guilty, doing something constructive in order to be right and everyone should be better at the end, even our drama Queen Sharpay and Brother Ryan

More than 600 listened to the film and Vanessa Anne Hudgens had to compete with 12 other Gabriella's roles ; he and the other girls danced and sang all day to win the role.

High School Musical was the title of the movie and was used when the post production came because a better name did not rise. Andrew Seeley's voice was named Zac Efron.

Seeley composed and sung "Get" in Head Game, "which was named Emmy. Jamie Houston's "Breaking Free" composer was named Emmy. Ortega was also nominated for Emmy as Jason La Padura for Outstanding Casting.

High School Musical won the Emmy for outstanding childrens programs and the other for outstanding choreography. All in all, the movie received 9 winners and 10 different awards.

I highly recommend this movie to parents, teenagers, and all ages who would have the patience to participate in the film. High School Musical today sends a great message about children and continues to offer strong support for its positive messages.

Copyright © 2007 Ed Bagley

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