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  • Actors: Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Lucas Grabeel, Corbin Bleu
  • Directors: Kenny Ortega
  • Producers: Bill Borden, Barry Rosenbush
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Italian, Spanish, Norwegian, Danish, Portuguese, Dutch
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios HE
  • DVD Release Date: 16 Feb. 2009
  • Run Time: 111 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001NN410I
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,885 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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High School Musical 3: Senior Year finds the East High School gang facing new challenges as they prepare to graduate from high school and head off in different directions.

With Troy and Chad both offered basketball scholarships to college and Gabriella invited to attend Stanford University, the students all join together with the Wildcats to stage a spectacular end of year musical and plan their prom.

High School Musical 3 features incredible new music and exciting dance numbers all designed to take maximum advantage of the big screen and deliver even more high energy entertainment


High School Musical 3: Senior Year is the third film in Disney's record-smashing series, and the first to debut in theaters rather than on the Disney Channel, and while many of the elements are the same, the film is at times bigger to accommodate the big screen. All the usual characters are back, but not for long: it's senior year, and the classmates are all facing the prospect of leaving East High in separate directions. Troy (Zac Efron) is ready to play hoops at the University of Albuquerque with best friend Chad (Corbin Bleu), but doesn't want to be a thousand miles away from Stanford-bound Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens). Taylor (Monique Coleman) is headed to Yale, while Sharpay (Ashley Tisdale), brother Ryan (Lucas Grabeel), and the school's pianist-composer Kelsi (Olesya Rulin) are all in the running for a single scholarship to Juilliard. The showcase for them will be Ms. Darbus' new musical, Senior Year, which will recap the academic careers of the students themselves. (So if the original HSM was a retelling of Grease, HSM3 is more A Chorus Line). There are a few new characters: Sharpay's personal assistant Tiara Gold (Jemma McKenzie-Brown), and Troy's hangers-on, Rocket Man (Matt Prokop) and Donny Dion (Justin Martin), who may give the franchise life beyond its original cast (if they make some headway in the likability department). But it's all about the songs and the dances. Ryan and Sharpay sizzle in a classic-musical tribute "I Want It All"; Troy and Gabriella share a rooftop waltz in "Can I Have This Dance"; and Troy and Chad blow off steam in a salvage yard in "The Boys Are Back". "Now or Never" is this film's "sports song", and Troy and Gabriella have their big duet "Just Wanna Be With You" and their own showcases, in "Scream" and "Walk Away", respectively. If the closing anthem, "High School Musical", seems on the self-congratulatory side, it's a rare misstep in a series that has made a generation of tweens (especially girls) sing and dance and realize they can be whatever they want to be. --David Horiuchi

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 19 Feb. 2009
Format: DVD
It's spring, and the Wildcats are facing the last few weeks of their high school career. Troy Bolton (Zac Efron) and Chad Danforth (Corbin Bleu) are leading East High's basketball team in another championship game. But their final minutes of playing basketball are only the first of the many finals they will face.

And as our characters face saying goodbye, they have to start dealing with the future. Troy and Chad have been accepted at the local university to play ball. But Troy isn't sure he wants to. His girlfriend Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens) is going to Stanford. In fact, she is considering their early admission program, which would mean she would have to leave early.

But it's a chance to do one last show together that truly brings everyone together. While they prepare a show about their hopes for the future and the pain of saying goodbye, the group finds out that scouts from Julliard are going to be there to consider composer Kelsi (Olesya Rulin), choreographer Ryan Evans (Lucas Grabeel), star Sharpay Evans (Ashley Tisdale), or Troy for one spot and a scholarship. Who will get it? Does Troy want it? And how will he and Gabriella ever say goodbye?

Now if you are looking for a realistic movie, turn back now. This is a G rated Disney musical, for pete's sake. But it is still fun.

This movie focused a bit too much on the songs. The plot was a little too loose and predictable, making it just an excuse to string some songs together. The good news is, those songs are fun, with several hummable, toe tapping numbers. And the choreography was amazing. Several of the songs involved multiple locations and costume changes. This is a big screen musical for movie musical lovers. I especially loved the number in the junkyard.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M on 26 Oct. 2008
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I've loved HSM since the UK premiere on the Disney Channel of the first one. Ever since, HSM 1+2 have been a film I turn to if I want to watch an uplifting and happy film, which makes you forget about everything else. HSM3, is a totally different story! The first outing to cinema screens, and, it was bloody amazing! The dances, songs, the set in the songs (especially I Want It All and A Night To Remember). I saw it on the Wednesday, and then on the Friday, and hopefully more. I just can't get enough of it as it is that amazing. It is full of emotion, some laughs, and is just 2 hours of innocent fun which everyone will enjoy, even parents who hated the first 2!
Overall, amazing, and better than Mamma Mia! 5/5
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By H VINE VOICE on 15 Jan. 2009
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I have a confession to make. This isn't going to be easy, but it's best I come clean. I was forced to sit through the first two and scoffed at them, didn't see what was supposed to be so great (even though I do have a general weakness for teen fare despite being far too old for it). But I saw this third installment and I... well... I... umm, I...

Okay, okay, I liked it! Happy now?!?!

It's still as cheesy as ever. Troy is still a wimp who can't cope without Gabriella for two minutes (she's dumped him about three times now, once each movie, and why after two previous films of angst and self realisation does he keep forgetting that he already worked out he can play basketball and still be a luvvie?). Sharpay is still ridiculous. Ryan is still... well, Ryan, and Chad's hair is still really big.

Yet this time, God help me, I actually found it cute. The Night To Remember song is hilarious with the boys less than thrilled at the prospect of prom, and The Boys Are Back has some fantastic choreography/set pieces. The songs are catchy, might stand a chance of working independently as songs outside of the film (not all musicals manage this). It's frothy family fun that this time as an adult I was actually quite happy to sit through.

All in all... I'd actually say this wasn't a bad little movie. If I had to see it again, I'd actually be okay with that (whereas if the CIA ever need info from me, all they need do is threaten me with a copy of High School Musical 2 and I will sing like a bird).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pendleton Girl on 13 Nov. 2008
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Took my niece, Sophie aged 12, to see it as a treat on our day out together. This is not my sort of film AT ALL and I was dreading having to sit through it. But then I took the last minute advice by text of a friend who said "leave your brain outside the door, and enjoy". And I did! It was a bit corny and a bit cringy, yes, and very predictable in places, yes, but I had great fun working out when they were about to start singing and watching them supposedly sing whilst playing basket ball or jumping around in a junk yard was most amusing. The key is not to take it too seriously, although there are serious messages buried in there for example about trying to decide the right path to take in the future - Troy's dilemma - which I thought was very well handled and resolved. I walked out the cinema having thoroughly enjoyed myself. I would definitely watch it again and am hoping to borrow the first one soon to watch with my husband! With respect, I think the other reviewer who commented on seeing Zac Efron up the tree missed the point slightly - of course it wouldn't happen in real life, and I thought that was one of the funniest bits!
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