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Kim Possible Movie: So The Drama DVD Review

Kim Possible continues to fight the bad guys in her fourth movie!
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Your favorite cartoon crime-fighting girl is back on DVD with her new flick, Kim Possible The Movie: So The Drama. As usual, Kim balances school, boys, friends, cheerleading and kicking bad-guy butt - talk about multi-tasking!

Kim Possible The Movie: So The Drama - The Mission

Dr.Drakken and his side-kick Shego continue their mission to take over the world by attempting to capture the president of Nakasumi Toys in Tokyo. After foiling their plan, Kim Possible and her buddy Ron Stoppable go on an undercover mission to find them in the Bermuda Triangle. Good news - they get out safely. Meanwhile, Ron's favorite hangout Buenos Nachos has new ownership and a new name - Lil Diablos.

Kim Possible The Movie: So The Drama - Boy Drama

Out of nowhere, Kim's dad, Dr.Possible, is kidnapped by Dr.Drakken and is rescued by Kim and Ron - the thing is, he doesn't remember anything. Meanwhile, Kim's love life has been hectic ever since hottie Eric came to her school. Eric and Kim have been spending a lot of time together, leaving Ron sad and jealous that the new guy got the girl whom he has a secret crush on. Instead of going to the prom with Ron, Kim accepts Eric's invitation.

Kim Possible The Movie: So The Drama - To The Rescue

As it turns out, Dr.Drakken kidnapped Dr.Possible so he could steal his technology research, allowing him to turn little toys into scary giant robots. What do these little robots have to do with Lil Diablos? Will Kim stop Dr.Drakken and Shego once and for all? And will she save Eric and become his girlfriend, or will she realize that Ron is the guy for her? You'll have to check it out!

Kim Possible The Movie: So The Drama - DVD Features

This DVD contains two music videos - Could It Be by Christy Carlson Romano, and Get Your Shine On by Jesse McCartney. Other extras include the extended edition of the movie, deleted scenes and Gorilla Fist, a bonus episode from the series.

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