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The first part of series “High School Musical” : Troy Bolton, the captain of basketball team, the hotest boy in East High School and Gabriella Montez, a mathematical genius accidentally meet each other and sing as a duo the song “Start of Something”. They become friends. From here, a series of interesting things happen in East High School
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IMDb:
5.4
Quality:
HD
Duration:
98 min
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Reel Film Reviews
...it's difficult to imagine even the most die-hard fan of musicals finding anything here worth embracing.
May 27, 2006
DVDTalk.com
A schmaltzy little piece of obvious fluff that's directed in truly horrendous fashion and populated by cardboard characters who spit out simplistic platitudes and breathy pop tunes.
December 10, 2006
Film Threat
A simplistic, and single minded teen romp filled with Disney channel regulars that disappears from your collective memory minutes after viewing it...
July 10, 2007
Empire Magazine
As a marketing phenomenon, this has exceeded all expectations for a TV movie. However as cinema... maybe you just really need to be a teen to get it.
December 30, 2006