Kim Possible: So the Drama (2005)

TV Movie   |  TV-G   |    |  Animation, Action, Adventure


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Kim's heart is quickly captured by the new boy, Eric, who soon becomes her boyfriend. Unknown to Kim, her best friend and sidekick, Ron has developed stronger feelings toward her.

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Director:

Steve Loter

Writers:

Robert Schooley, Mark McCorkle

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30 December 2006 | RoxanneRichie
10
| This film is truly 'so the drama'!
This is my favorite Kim Possible film of the two. A Sitch In Time was good too, but this is tops. Kim and Ron are getting ready for the prom dance at their school, Middleton High. Drakken and Shego cook up a plan to take over the world using cybertronics and a toy design which they stole from a Japanese toy maker, Nakasumi-san, and Kim's dad. Kim falls for a boy named Eric who has just enrolled at the school leaving Ron to look for another date for the prom. Meanwhile 'Lil Diablo toys run amok at Bueno Nacho, Ron's Favorite restaurant. Can Kim and Ron foil Drakken's latest take-over-the-world plan and find dates for the prom? You'll just have to watch and find out!

The story is really good and believable, and some of the lines are really funny. My favorite line was Shego saying "Ya'know, one of these days we reeeeeeally need to get that hair dryer away from her." This film is truly "So the drama"!

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Trivia

Original title of the movie was "Day of the Diablos".


Quotes

Kim: Oh, that move won the cheer-regionals.
Ron: Whoa, better get some ice on that, champ.


Goofs

When Kim tries to free her father her left sleeve gets torn by one of the drones. A few seconds later her shirt is intact again.


Alternate Versions

There are several differences between the original TV broadcast and the DVD.

  • - The DVD is presented in a wide screen letterbox format, thus showing more image than the full screen TV version.
  • - The DVD packaging claims that there is added footage, which is an extended undercover scene. The extra footage is scenes of Kim, Ron, and Rufus swimming underwater to the club (16:51-18:03 on the DVD).
  • - Because of the newly-added underwater scene, Ron's line "You think they'll be a long line?" was changed to "You think they're trying to keep us out?" on the DVD.
  • - The song that plays at the end of the movie and over the end credits ("Could It Be") is slightly different in each version. [SPOILER]Right after Kim & Ron kiss at the dance./SPOILER] Right before the "The End" sign, a different set of lyrics for "Could It Be" is used. On TV, it's "Cause today is the start of the rest of our lives..." On DVD, it's "It's kind of funny you were always near..."
  • - On TV the end credits scroll over colored character images, and the voice credits are listed in two sections. On the DVD the end credits scroll over a black background, and the voice credits are listed in one section. The end credits on the DVD run 56 seconds longer than on TV. Also, the DVD doesn't have the "Walt Disney Television Animation" and "Disney Channel Original" logo screens after the end credits.


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Get Your Shine On
Written by
Jesse McCartney, Matthew Gerard, and Robbie Nevil
Performed by Jesse McCartney

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Animation | Action | Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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