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Jane Kenney almost 6 years ago
The best triple musical ever! Better songs, better dancing, and heartbreaker songs.
Kakra over 6 years ago
-10/10 horrible, first one better
Gervie Lins 30 days ago
Giorgia 8 months ago
Nick 1 year ago
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Norppa over 1 year ago
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Mariana over 3 years ago
High School Musical 3: Senior Year is a 2008 American romantic musical film and the third and final installment in the High School Musical trilogy. Its theatrical release in the United States began on October 24, 2008. Kenny Ortega returned as director and choreographer, as did all six primary actors. This latest sequel follows high school seniors Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay, Ryan, Chad, and Taylor as they are faced with the challenging prospect of being separated after graduating from high school. Joined by the rest of their East High Wildcat friends, they stage an elaborate spring musical reflecting their experiences, hopes, and fears about the future. The film received positive reviews, relatively better than the first part of the trilogy, and, in its first three days of release, High School Musical 3: Senior Year grossed $50 million in North America and an additional $40 million overseas, setting a new record for the largest opening weekend for a musical film. Team captain Troy (Zac...
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