Pete Ivey (Jason Dolley) is the type of guy who's easily overlooked in the school halls -- unlike his boisterous best friend, Cleatus Poole (Mitchel Musso), who's proudly carrying on the family tradition of spreading school spirit as the spirited Brewster High chicken. But when the costume prompts an allergy attack, Poole begs Pete to take his place at center court; the resulting anonymity frees Pete to discover his inner star. Trouble is, it's Poole who's getting all the attention from fans, who think he's the one behind the mask. Meanwhile, Pete's attempts to get noticed by pretty new girl Angela (Josie Loren) are complicated by the fact that she's also entranced with the mysterious man in the chicken suit. In the end, Pete must decide whether facing the possibility of rejection is worth revealing himself for what -- and who -- he really is.
Jen H (jp) wrote: This was a fantastic movie and I'm saddened to hear that there isn't a sequil made or planned?! This is frustrating and I'm left wanting more after the first film..... :(
Michelle M (br) wrote: The perfect aperitif on the subject of 2012 in the best sense of the word - this film whets your appetite for more information. It's the perfect introduction to the scientific theories in astrology and geology, Mayan prophecy, and the possible spiritual meanings inherent in the idea of a soon-to-come great shift. If you watch any documentary on 2012 (and there are a lot of them out there these days), let it be this one. The DVD has some extremely cool previews as well.
Russell W (br) wrote: Barely held together by a raft of good performances. If you want a good 'Russian Mafia meets Western Law Enforcement' film, go see "Eastern Promises". This one doesn't stack up. And the underscore sucked.
The Critic (jp) wrote: Nothing new in this paint-by-numbers pic in which a group of misfits are redeemed through the majesty of dance. Antonio Banderas is, as always, likeable and the film should appeal to its target audience. Consistently engaging and altogether harmless with the right amount of sentiment.
Private U (nl) wrote: Anyone who approves of the death penalty should watch this. And learn.
Paul A (fr) wrote: very bad and predictable movie... with an unintelligent storyline, also has some awful acting... the ending was completely stupid.
Luke R (kr) wrote: One of my favourite films I have ever seen. A true classic. The film is about the rivalry between two composers. Salieri and the well know Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart which sounds like one of the most boring plot lines of all time but trust me it's fascinating.Mozart is a natural at his artform and begins to dismantle the influence Salieri has within the Austrian community. But Mozart has his own issues and that is where this film comes into its own. Of course the music is superb and it's pretty stunning to look at as well. Like I said, it's a classic and you must watch it.
Taylor L (es) wrote: This is another one of those Japanese movies that nobody has ever heard of. Sometimes these movies are either fun or boring as hell. This one was fun and something was happening all the way through. There just isn' much behind it.