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Spectacular! (2009)

Get ready to rock the house with the Nickelodeon smash original movie Spectacular! When bad boy Nikko (Nolan Gerard Funk) gets dumped by his band, he finds the path to stardom can take some unexpected twists. Enter Courtney (Tammin Sursok), a show choir girl in need of a new star front man to help her group “bring it” and snag the national championship away from her arch rival Tammi (Victoria Justice). When this unlikely duo gets together, it’s a rock explosion that lights up the stage in a way you’ve never experienced before. Featuring 10 hot new tracks from the music team behind High School Musical and hip dance moves that will have you up out of your seat.

Cast:
Nolan Gerard Funk, Jesse Moss, Britt Irvin, Harris Allan, Victoria Justice
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Spectacular! (2009)

Get ready to rock the house with the Nickelodeon smash original movie Spectacular! When bad boy Nikko (Nolan Gerard Funk) gets dumped by his band, he finds the path to stardom can take some unexpected twists. Enter Courtney (Tammin Sursok), a show choir girl in need of a new star front man to help her group “bring it” and snag the national championship away from her arch rival Tammi (Victoria Justice). When this unlikely duo gets together, it’s a rock explosion that lights up the stage in a way you’ve never experienced before. Featuring 10 hot new tracks from the music team behind High School Musical and hip dance moves that will have you up out of your seat.

Cast:

Nolan Gerard Funk, Jesse Moss, Britt Irvin, Harris Allan, Victoria Justice

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Game of Your Life (2011)

When industrious high school gamer Zach Taylor lands a prized scholarship to the prestigious Digital Institute of Game Design (DIGD), his future breaks wide open. The opportunity to study under gaming legend Marcus Bentton and alongside the country’s most creative minds will certainly propel him into a successful career as a video game designer. That is, if he can pass the infamous freshman project that eliminates more than half of the class within the first three months. Paired with brilliant yet socially awkward teammates Phillip and Donald, the trio persuades Sara Ramirez - a determined and striking team leader with whom Zach has a history (and possibly a future) - to join their team. Working off-campus in the teched-out Lincoln Alley loft, the four set out to involve the entire campus in a quirky new social interactive game. But as the group becomes entrenched in the project, Zach learns that his father Billy, a widower, is facing growing financial woes at home. To help out, Zach accepts an opportunity to work directly with Marcus Bentton on a secretive side project that seems too good to be true. The effort requires nearly all of Zach’s time and energy, which he should be devoting to the project. Struggling to keep it together, Zach is torn between his responsibility to his team, his admiration for Bentton and a chance to help his father. Everything comes to a breaking point when Zach’s team threatens to remove him from the group and the deceptive truth behind Bentton’s project comes to light. With the guidance of Professor Abbie Lambert, Zach must make a decision that not only affects his future, but the lives and livelihoods of the people around him as well. It’s a revealing story that recognizes the magnitude behind the choices we make and the importance loyalty plays in making good decisions.

Cast:
Titus Makin Jr., Nathan Kress, Dana De La Garza
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Game of Your Life (2011)

When industrious high school gamer Zach Taylor lands a prized scholarship to the prestigious Digital Institute of Game Design (DIGD), his future breaks wide open. The opportunity to study under gaming legend Marcus Bentton and alongside the country’s most creative minds will certainly propel him into a successful career as a video game designer. That is, if he can pass the infamous freshman project that eliminates more than half of the class within the first three months. Paired with brilliant yet socially awkward teammates Phillip and Donald, the trio persuades Sara Ramirez - a determined and striking team leader with whom Zach has a history (and possibly a future) - to join their team. Working off-campus in the teched-out Lincoln Alley loft, the four set out to involve the entire campus in a quirky new social interactive game. But as the group becomes entrenched in the project, Zach learns that his father Billy, a widower, is facing growing financial woes at home. To help out, Zach accepts an opportunity to work directly with Marcus Bentton on a secretive side project that seems too good to be true. The effort requires nearly all of Zach’s time and energy, which he should be devoting to the project. Struggling to keep it together, Zach is torn between his responsibility to his team, his admiration for Bentton and a chance to help his father. Everything comes to a breaking point when Zach’s team threatens to remove him from the group and the deceptive truth behind Bentton’s project comes to light. With the guidance of Professor Abbie Lambert, Zach must make a decision that not only affects his future, but the lives and livelihoods of the people around him as well. It’s a revealing story that recognizes the magnitude behind the choices we make and the importance loyalty plays in making good decisions.

Cast:

Titus Makin Jr., Nathan Kress, Dana De La Garza

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The Last Day of Summer (2007)

The movie is about a kid named Luke Malloy (Jansen Panettiere) who wishes every day could be the last day of summer vacation. Soon after, he gets hit in the head and then wakes up during the same day again and again. To make it to tomorrow, he must dodge and overcome every obstacle that comes his way. The film begins with Luke preparing for a sleepover with his best friends, A.J. and Riley. The date is August 31, the second to last day of summer vacation. Luke and his pals are going into their first year of middle school and, if that weren’t stressful enough, he has his older sister, Diana constantly worrying him with the dangers of junior high. She warns him of the bully, Meat, who is a constant threat to incoming sixth graders. Luke waves it off and goes to his friend’s house for a sleepover. The following morning, the kids chat in their tent about the big step into sixth grade and what will wait for them there. Afterwards, they go to a carnival, where they run into Luke’s crush, Alice Keefe. Like most children do, he doesn’t know what to say and ends up looking foolish. Luke and his friends go to get something to eat where they have their first encounter with Meat and his friends, who do nothing more than steal their food and warn them of the life that will proceed them when they ascend into middle school. Next, they proceed to the skate park, where they see their idol, an experienced skater named Snake, who is extremely talented at skating and speaks a language similar to English. Snake gives the boys some advice about riding before they leave the park. Meanwhile, at the carnival, the town’s annual talent show is about to be held. Luke and his friends are in a band called, Steel Monkey, and are scheduled to perform during the talent show. Luke, along with A.J. and Riley, are nervous about screwing up during the show and looking even worse in middle school. Luke wishes that the day would never end, that he could do all he wanted with his final day of summer. Seconds later, while Luke is helping return a frisbee to its owner, he is accidentally hit in the head with a piece of wood. When Luke recovers, he finds himself in the same tent he woke up in that morning. After he lets out a scream and wakes his friends up, he discovers nobody else has gone back in time with him, thus making him seem crazy when he tries explaining the situation to his friends. Throughout the movie, many things cause him to re-do the day many times.

Cast:
Jansen Panettiere, Jon Kent Ethridge, Eli Vargas, Alexandra Krosney
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The Last Day of Summer (2007)

The movie is about a kid named Luke Malloy (Jansen Panettiere) who wishes every day could be the last day of summer vacation. Soon after, he gets hit in the head and then wakes up during the same day again and again. To make it to tomorrow, he must dodge and overcome every obstacle that comes his way. The film begins with Luke preparing for a sleepover with his best friends, A.J. and Riley. The date is August 31, the second to last day of summer vacation. Luke and his pals are going into their first year of middle school and, if that weren’t stressful enough, he has his older sister, Diana constantly worrying him with the dangers of junior high. She warns him of the bully, Meat, who is a constant threat to incoming sixth graders. Luke waves it off and goes to his friend’s house for a sleepover. The following morning, the kids chat in their tent about the big step into sixth grade and what will wait for them there. Afterwards, they go to a carnival, where they run into Luke’s crush, Alice Keefe. Like most children do, he doesn’t know what to say and ends up looking foolish. Luke and his friends go to get something to eat where they have their first encounter with Meat and his friends, who do nothing more than steal their food and warn them of the life that will proceed them when they ascend into middle school. Next, they proceed to the skate park, where they see their idol, an experienced skater named Snake, who is extremely talented at skating and speaks a language similar to English. Snake gives the boys some advice about riding before they leave the park. Meanwhile, at the carnival, the town’s annual talent show is about to be held. Luke and his friends are in a band called, Steel Monkey, and are scheduled to perform during the talent show. Luke, along with A.J. and Riley, are nervous about screwing up during the show and looking even worse in middle school. Luke wishes that the day would never end, that he could do all he wanted with his final day of summer. Seconds later, while Luke is helping return a frisbee to its owner, he is accidentally hit in the head with a piece of wood. When Luke recovers, he finds himself in the same tent he woke up in that morning. After he lets out a scream and wakes his friends up, he discovers nobody else has gone back in time with him, thus making him seem crazy when he tries explaining the situation to his friends. Throughout the movie, many things cause him to re-do the day many times.

Cast:

Jansen Panettiere, Jon Kent Ethridge, Eli Vargas, Alexandra Krosney

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Shredderman Rules (2007)

Based on the kids’ book series written by Wendelin Van Draanen comes “Shredderman Rules.” Nolan Byrd (Devon Werkheiser) is a scrawny and shy 9th grader who, like all the other kids, is bullied by Bubba Bixby (Andrew Caldwell). When their teacher, Mr. Green (‘Tim Meadows’ ), allows the students to do a computer project, Nolan, who has a particular knack with technology, decides to catch Bubba in action. Several other books have followed.

Cast:
Devon Werkheiser, Andrew Caldwell, Francia Raisa
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Shredderman Rules (2007)

Based on the kids’ book series written by Wendelin Van Draanen comes “Shredderman Rules.” Nolan Byrd (Devon Werkheiser) is a scrawny and shy 9th grader who, like all the other kids, is bullied by Bubba Bixby (Andrew Caldwell). When their teacher, Mr. Green (‘Tim Meadows’ ), allows the students to do a computer project, Nolan, who has a particular knack with technology, decides to catch Bubba in action. Several other books have followed.

Cast:

Devon Werkheiser, Andrew Caldwell, Francia Raisa

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School Gyrls (2009)

School Gyrls is an hour-long original musical comedy that follows the adventures of three freshmen at Summerdale Academy, an exclusive all-girls boarding school. Mandy Rain, Jacque and Monica love to sing and dance, but have very different individual personalities. Fate unites the girls at school and they join forces forming an unlikely and unexpected friendship. The trio enters the Teen Island stunt party, where they find themselves battling it out with the reigning champions and resident mean girls: the sophomore cheerleaders.

Cast:
Mathias Anderle, Justin Bieber, Casey Fitzgerald, Kristinia DeBarge, Riker Lynch
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School Gyrls (2009)

School Gyrls is an hour-long original musical comedy that follows the adventures of three freshmen at Summerdale Academy, an exclusive all-girls boarding school. Mandy Rain, Jacque and Monica love to sing and dance, but have very different individual personalities. Fate unites the girls at school and they join forces forming an unlikely and unexpected friendship. The trio enters the Teen Island stunt party, where they find themselves battling it out with the reigning champions and resident mean girls: the sophomore cheerleaders.

Cast:

Mathias Anderle, Justin Bieber, Casey Fitzgerald, Kristinia DeBarge, Riker Lynch

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Rags (2012)

Two worlds collide when a hard working orphan named Charlie Prince bumps into superstar Kadee Worth on the street.

Cast:
Drake Bell, Avan Jogia, Keke Palmer, Max Schneider, Burkely Duffield
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Rags (2012)

Two worlds collide when a hard working orphan named Charlie Prince bumps into superstar Kadee Worth on the street.

Cast:

Drake Bell, Avan Jogia, Keke Palmer, Max Schneider, Burkely Duffield

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Best Player (2011)

Quincy Johnson (Jerry Trainor) is a barely unemployed adult gamer who lives at home with his parents. Quincy plays a video games under the username “Q”, and is renowned in the gaming community for his many awards and world records. Much to Quincy’s dismay, his parents decide to sell their house, meaning Quincy will need to find a new place of residence. Quincy decides to try to buy the house from them for $175,000. He plans on getting the money from a tournament for a new video game called Black Hole, where the grand prize is $175,500. He discusses the dilemma with his number one fan, Wendell. While practicing for the tournament, Quincy finds a player named “Prodigy” whom he cannot defeat. Quincy and Wendell decide to find out who Prodigy really is to secure Quincy’s chance of winning the tournament, also because Quincy needs a place to stay. Wendell picks Quincy up in an ice cream trunk, and finds out that Prodigy lives nearby. They seek a plan to beat Prodigy while together.

Cast:
Jerry Trainor, Janet Varney, Jean-Luc Bilodeau
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Best Player (2011)

Quincy Johnson (Jerry Trainor) is a barely unemployed adult gamer who lives at home with his parents. Quincy plays a video games under the username “Q”, and is renowned in the gaming community for his many awards and world records. Much to Quincy’s dismay, his parents decide to sell their house, meaning Quincy will need to find a new place of residence. Quincy decides to try to buy the house from them for $175,000. He plans on getting the money from a tournament for a new video game called Black Hole, where the grand prize is $175,500. He discusses the dilemma with his number one fan, Wendell. While practicing for the tournament, Quincy finds a player named “Prodigy” whom he cannot defeat. Quincy and Wendell decide to find out who Prodigy really is to secure Quincy’s chance of winning the tournament, also because Quincy needs a place to stay. Wendell picks Quincy up in an ice cream trunk, and finds out that Prodigy lives nearby. They seek a plan to beat Prodigy while together.

Cast:

Jerry Trainor, Janet Varney, Jean-Luc Bilodeau

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Fred: The Movie (2010)

This is the story of Fred as he goes through a weekend trying to find how to get Judy to fall in love with him. He has to deal with Kevin bulling him and various problems trying to get Judy to come over to his house.

Cast:
Lucas Cruikshank, Pixie Lott, Jake Weary
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Fred: The Movie (2010)

This is the story of Fred as he goes through a weekend trying to find how to get Judy to fall in love with him. He has to deal with Kevin bulling him and various problems trying to get Judy to come over to his house.

Cast:

Lucas Cruikshank, Pixie Lott, Jake Weary

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The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (2010)

A Californian family inherits a castle in Romania. This is especially exciting to the son, who is obsessed with monsters. And he is not disappointed.

Cast:
Victoria Justice, Brooke Shields, Andrea Brooks, Cainan Wiebe
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The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (2010)

A Californian family inherits a castle in Romania. This is especially exciting to the son, who is obsessed with monsters. And he is not disappointed.

Cast:

Victoria Justice, Brooke Shields, Andrea Brooks, Cainan Wiebe

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