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Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure 2-Disc Combo Pack

Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure 2-Disc Combo Pack - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Apr 18, 2011
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

If you’re a fan of Disney’s High School Musical , you’ll love seeing Ashley Tisdale – a.k.a. Sharpay Evans – again as she stars in a brand-new film: Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure. Check out Kidzworld’s review of the movie, now available!

Fabulous Focal Point

Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure revolves around Sharpay Evans, a character in [kwlink ]High School Musical. Basically, Sharpay, who is totally rich and spoiled rotten, is approached up by a talent agent who sees her and her dog Boi performing at a local event in Albuquerque. The agent wants her to come audition for a Broadway show in New York that stars Sharpay’s fave celeb, Amber Lee.

Sharpay’s Fabulous AdventureCourtesy of Disney

No Dogs Allowed and Other Setbacks

Once in NYC, Sharpay discovers that the NYC apartment she was supposed to live in doesn’t allow dogs. Luckily, the son of her mom’s friend - Peyton Leverett (played by Austin Butler) swoops in and saves her, helping her move into the same building he lives in. But then she finds out that the talent agent who approached her back home actually wanted Boi to audition for a Broadway role – not Sharpay.

Sharpay’s Fabulous AdventureCourtesy of Disney

Help Wanted

Sharpay’s luck seems to change when Amber Lee asks her to be her new assistant. But when it turns out that Amber is actually pretty mean and rotten, Peyton gets worried and tries to tell Sharpay that Amber is just using her. Sharpay thinks Peyton is just jealous that she’s working for a major actress and he isn’t … will Sharpay be able to mend her friendships and make her New York dreams come true?

Special Features

  • Bloopers
  • Austin Cam: Austin Butler takes his camera behind the scenes to see how Ashley Tisdale has fun between takes.
  • The Evolution of Sharpay: Ashley Tisdale traces the development of her larger-than-life character from Disney’s High School Musical movies through her current film.

Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure Rating: 5

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