Kim Possible: So the Drama

Kim Possible: So the Drama

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/10/2005
UPC: 0786936277852
Rating: TV-G
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:11:00
Sales rank: 19,361

Special Features

Closed Caption; "Could It Be" music video performed by Christy Carlson Romano; "Get Your Shine On" music video performed by Jesse McCartney; Extended edition of the movie; Deleted scenes; "Gorilla Fist" bonus episode from the series

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Saving Nakasumi/Opening Titles [10:38]
2. Drakken's Plan [6:13]
3. Kim Undercover (Extended Version) [7:51]
4. "Why Don't You Kiss Her" [7:03]
5. The Hephaestus Project [9:13]
6. "Get Your Shine On" [5:24]
7. Something's Very Wrong [5:28]
8. Li'l Diablos [1:32]
9. Bueno Nacho [5:14]
10. Battling Shego [4:12]
11. Attack! [4:56]
12. "Could It Be"/End Credits [3:07]

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4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There was a great feel to this film and all the characters acted as they would in the usual series,something that often doesn't happen.kim and ron make a great couple and it's about time they got together for keeps,i'm sure i'm not the only person who thinks so! i loved this film all the songs worked really well with what was happening at that time, it was a believable story, so in conclusion there is only one word that can truly describe this wonderful film. BOOYAH!
Guest More than 1 year ago
"Kim Possible: So the Drama" has everything you could want...and then some. There's well- developed characters, incredible voice talents, heart-racing action, hysterical comedy, and even some heartfelt romance. Like in the "Harry Potter" movies and the TV series "Danny Phantom", "Kim" has teenaged protaganists face villians as well as normal adolesent problems, each appearing to be equally big in the heroes' eyes. This formula works because it makes us easily relate to them while cheering them on. As I said before, the voice cast is fantastic and never disappointing. Christy Carlson Romano mixes the right blend of angst and heroism to the title character, while Will Friedle has a funny and sympathic role as the lovesick Ron. Also, real-life cutie Ricky Ullman nails the part as Kim's "too good to be true" boyfriend Eric. The songs in the film are great and they perfectly fit the story. The bonus features on the DVD are a lot of fun and I recommed watching them before the movie. So for a great time, watch "Kim Possible: So the Drama"!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
After watching this Movie on Disney Channel (along with about 15 Million other viewers). I have to say the Phrase "She Can Do Anything really is an understatment. This 71 minute thrill ride has all the action, adventure, and comedy of the original series on TV, plus a little twist of Drama thrown in (So the Drama). When Kim's Arch Foe This time Concocts a scheme, it's not hairbrained at all. in fact it's so devious, that it comes down the last 5-10 minutes of the movie before you really figure it out.(If Drakken's Assistant, Shego, Can't Figure this one out, neither Can Kim). but in the end this movie ends this series (as there is a 65 episode limit Imposed by Disney) ends on a bit of a high note. Could this series Continue? Well to quote Kim's Family's Motto: Anything is Possible (For a Possible). This movie isn't only enterraining for the kids, but amazingly some adults might really enjoy it. but this one is perhaps Disney's Best E-Ticket Rides on Video or Film in a over a Decade (since the Lion King), and should have been put on the Big Screen. Definitely worth it for even the grandkids.