School’s out for summer and the East High Wildcats are ready to make it the time of their lives after landing jobs in a wealthy country club owned by Sharpay and Ryan’s family.
Director: Kenny Ortega
Writer: Peter Barsocchini
Of all the HSM film series, I think this was the film that I was most irritated because of Sharpay. She really sounded like an antagonist by the way she treated her brother Ryan and the rest of the Wildcats. Well, except for Troy. But, anyway. The movie was good as well as the songs and storyline. I liked the songs in this film but I more liked the songs in the first film because for me it was more catchy (not sure of the term lmao). The storyline was definitely good because it shows us to be considerate of the people around us. Just like when Troy was invited by the Redhawks to play basketball but he didn’t tell it to his other teammates. The film also shows us that we should make right decisions even though it’s hard and this was shown when Gabriella left Troy. I think the most highlighted point of this movie was when Ryan and Sharpay had some kind of a fight. This really interested me because during the first film, Ryan sounded like someone who always listens to Sharpay. But this time, he grew tired of being set aside by his sister because of Troy and decided to help the Wildcats for the talent show. The film was quite predictable but it was good.
Overall rating: 4.8/5