Mia Mitchel and Ross Lynch stars in time travel and catchy tunes of the latest Disney Originals Musical Movies. They are the best.
Ross Lynch is an American singer, songwriter, actor, and musician. He is one of the founding members of the pop rock band R5. He is best known for his debut role as Austin Moon on the Disney Channel original series Austin & Ally.
Maia Mitchell is an Australian actress and singer. She is best known for her role as Brittany Flune in the children’s television series Mortified for the Nine Network, and as Natasha Ham in the Seven Network’s teen drama Trapped. For American audiences, her first television role in the US was in the TV series Jessie. She currently co-stars in the ABC Family drama, The Fosters as Callie Jacob. She also co-starred with Ross Lynch in the Disney Channel original films Teen Beach Movie and Teen Beach 2 as McKenzie.
Grace Phipps is an American actress and singer. She played Amy in The Nine Lives of Chloe King until its cancellation after ten episodes. She was also cast as April Young in The Vampire Diaries. She appeared in ten episodes in season four, one of which was a voice performance. In 2013, she starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Teen Beach Movie along with Ross Lynch and Maia Mitchell.
Garrett Clayton is an American actor, singer, and dancer. He began his career at Crestwood High School in Dearborn Heights, Michigan, performing in many of the drama club’s productions. He is best known for portraying Tanner in Teen Beach Movie, a Disney Channel Original Movie, directed by Jeffrey Hornaday, and the role of Blake in the Lifetime movie Holiday Spin, co-starring Ralph Macchio.
The movie starts at the end of summer when the students have to go back to school, that’s where all musicals starts – in school.
Who’s that coming from the beach without getting their wet, it’s Lela (Grace Phipps) and the hunky silly Tanner (Garrett Clayton).
Both of them are coming from the set of “West Side Story”. Sounds familiar, “Teen Beach” fans.?
Mack and Brady are happy to see them, but the time traveling can really screw up history. Especially, when Lela and Tanner friends decide to come from the past 1962 and to the beach in the future (2014) and started to disappeared in a sparkling and poof way in an out of existence in the future from the movie. They were movie characters in a film, but when they come to the real world in another movie. (It’s a movie in an movie), they disappear from existence in the future and the movie wasn’t made. Did you get that? Did you follow that?
Great screenplay and clever plot twist in this writing of the story, but most of it was the songs and dance numbers. They were catchy and memorable songs mix with 1960’s music and today’s dance music. I enjoyed this movie when watching this with my kids. And my kids want to see it again.