High School Musical 3: Senior Year
audience Reviews, 72% Audience Score
- Rating: 3 out of 5 starsIf you took the first two High School Musical films and gave them performance enhancing drugs, that would be this climactic final entrance in the franchise. From the first moment with Troy Bolton's high definition sweat, it was evident that Disney was playing with house money. The production value was through the roof, the set pieces were fantastic and there was an incredible attention to detail. The big moments of the film were just as dramatic as the first two and the corniness and silliness were just as ridiculous, but that is part of the appeal of the franchise. The two-hour runtime was a tad long, the new cast members were bland and some of the existing cast members lacked closure (Taylor and Chad), however, for the most part it was an entertaining film. Though formulaic and predictable, this film proved to be just as large everyone expected. It might not be the best story, but the filmmakers sure know how to hit the nostalgia button. With some of the best songs of the franchise and a finale to leave fans covered in chills, High School Musical 3 is a great conclusion to the musical trilogy.
- Rating: 5 out of 5 starsThis is a super hyped movie and you wont get bored on the songs or story, MUST WATCH
- Rating: 4 out of 5 starsThis is the best movie in the trilogy.The songs are the best they've ever been but the frequency is all over the place.But the acting is pretty good and to be honest the ending is really good.Overall pretty good but not as good as Descendants 2. --- 8/10
- Rating: 3.5 out of 5 starsI think that this movie is pretty good. I like the premise of the movie and I think that 2 songs in this movie are really good. I like Troy in this movie and I think he is the best character in this whole movie. I like the sets in this movie and I also think that since the budget in this movie is higher than the other two it sold more tickets and did better than the other movies. Overall a good movie, -8/10
- Rating: 4 out of 5 starsNow we're talking. This movie does feel like a copy of the previous two movies, because of the same old storyline, yet it still works fine. This movie is a conclusion of the three years they went to the same school, and they want to finish the year with a musical about the actual year. Drama occurs when certain people get early-access to the next school, and a messy 20minutes started off. Even so, songs like; "dont you want it all", "can I have this dance", "Its gonna be night", "all that I wanna do", "I want my own thing" and my favourite "Boys are back". They all fit to the mood of the movie. A well executed ending to the story, and a smart decition to not make more of them.
- Rating: 4 out of 5 starsA Solid Conclusion to the Trilogy. The acting is the best here of all 3 though I still wouldn't call it good but all of them are average at worst. The production here is by far the best and the best cinematography overall. The editing & pacing is decent also. The plot becomes unfocused and messy the majority of the movie and the songs are not as memorable as the other 2 but still good overall. The other problem is no element is really phenomenal to this movie but nothing besides the plot here is truly broken or a significant problem. Still a fun enjoyable watch. And a good way to end a surprisingly consistent trilogy. I wouldn't call any of these a classic on their own merits but the overall trilogy I would say its a classic musical franchise of its time. Definitely worth a watch if your a fan of musicals.
- Rating: 5 out of 5 starsThe greatest movie ever made 10/10
- Rating: 5 out of 5 starsE finalizamos essa saga ainda como #teamsharpey.
- Rating: 5 out of 5 stars10000000000000000/10
- Rating: 3 out of 5 starsCatchy songs. Videos a bit absurd. 6.1/10