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Because who doesn't want to strut like they mean it through the streets of Spain with a personal floppy-haired guitarist who eventually becomes your love interest? Also, this is the last Cheetah Girls film with Raven-Symoné. Corbin Bleu is the Disney-est of Disney Channel stars and his luscious locks, smooth moves, and toothpaste-commercial smile were rewarded with his own DCOM about double dutch and boxing that includes the very witty and oh-so-'90s team name Hot Chili Steppers.
It is probably the least douchey La Beouf has ever been (Holes included), but, much like The Color of Friendship (more on that later) it's a little too much #realtalk to be appropriately fun DCOM fodder. There are a lot of tense moments (including an argument over the word "caffer," shown above), but it ends with a pretty hokey kumbaya moment in which Mahree joins the Dellums family at an African pride event. The cast is top notch: Hayden Panettiere, her brother Jensen, and Bill Pullman. He and his sister start doing some investigating and eventually come in contact with a trio of ghosts dubbed the Soul Patrol, who look for fellow spirits who don't want to cross over.
In fact, this movie probably would've done better on our ranking had it not, half way through, addressed the 9/11 attacks. There is murder, mystery, Kathy Najimy, shitty special effects, and a young Kat Dennings.
There is nothing cooler than a family of superheroes, especially one with George Jefferson as its patriarch, saving the city under the alias of "The Steel Condor," who has the gifts of superhuman strength, invulnerability, and flight, and who also feuds with Superman. A pleasant-enough story of a kid who wants to be a celebrity chef, but whose dad wants him to play baseball. stars in this DCOM that's based on The Phantom of the Opera, but set in a movie theater.
It goes on to include one of the core themes of Disney Channel movies — kids figuring out that what they want isn't always what their parents want, and the parents eventually coming to terms with it. And Mickey Rooney (RIP) plays an elderly movie fan! You guys, Saturday Night Live star Taran Killam plays a frosted-tipped pop star named Jordan Cahill who has a hit song includes the lyric “Every day that goes by I’m living my life for you (oooohhhh)” unironically.