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Plus, there is a Friends reference and a shit-ton of butterfly clips. Many sequels did not earn spots on this list and of course, few works of art in this world can compete with the original Zenon, but the Zequel manages to hold its own with an entertaining plot featuring homeless aliens and hearththrob Proto Zoa.
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.
BRB, listening to "Push It to the Limit" on repeat. 1 most wonderfully horrendous 'do in all of Disney Channel Original Movie history.
Lucy from 7th Heaven plays a girl who's into driving racecars, but regrettably little else about this movie is memorable, possibly because it's based on a true story, and as a result doesn't include enough of the requisite supernatural elements or high school cafeteria drama that make DCOMS so good. And Jamie’s breaking-the-fourth-wall spiels were extra self-indulgent.
A figure skater winds up on the girls’ hockey team at a fancy boarding school and her teammates are not fans of hers. If it wasn’t for Jake Epstein (or Craig Manning, as Degrassi lovers know him), this movie would be at the bottom of the list.
This is a movie about a teenage boy who adopts a dog solely for the purpose of entering him in a dog show to win money to buy the last comic in his Gotham Man collection. After a technical malfunction, a married pair of scientists begin regressing in age (only mentally though — not full-on Benjamin Button) and their kids (one of whom is played by Tahj Mowry) realize that the fish their parents were experimenting on regressed to the point of disappearing, hence the title. His clone is named Twoie, there is a kidnapping storyline, Alison Pill plays Will’s sister, and for the love of HSM, this dancing needs to stop. Brown at her most annoying: Selfish big sister Jamie (good name though) was not understanding of the fact that her parents had to care for not one, not two, not three, not four, but FIVE new babies.
In this Orphan Black-meets-Alex Mack tale, Lawrence plays a seventh-grader named Will who accidentally clones himself using a kit from the “Ocean Pups” science organization after stirring water with his comb that has his hair on it.
Surely, this DCOM alienated all the goy Disney Channel viewers, but we got through ' Twas the Night and The Ultimate Christmas Present.