Action / Comedy / Drama / Family / Romance

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Nicholas Braun as Lloyd Taylor
Faith Ford Photo
Faith Ford as Kitty Prescott
Aimee Teegarden Photo
Aimee Teegarden as Nova Prescott
Cameron Monaghan Photo
Cameron Monaghan as Corey Doyle
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600.00 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
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1.65 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
P/S 0 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bkoganbing5 / 10

Prom, a rite of passage

No doubt that had some other studio made Prom we might have a somewhat more realistic interpretation of that rite of passage. Me I never went to my prom and don't regret it for a bit. I wonder what John Waters might have made of this in the 80s. Still given Magic Kingdom parameters the Disney Studios they came out with a nice G rated product.

Several teen romance stories are involved in Prom. The main one involves Aimee Teagarden, teen queen who is the darling of her parents eye with a 4.0 GPA and a Princeton bound boyfriend in Jonathan Keltz. She's in charge of the Prom committee and she and her team have worked hard on the decorations. Then a fire burns them up about three weeks before the main event.

As her team has other obligations Teagarden is faced with an impossible task to make those replacement decorations. Enter Thomas McDonell, a motorcycle riding teenage rebel who the principal decides to punish for some infraction by forcing him to work with Teagarden.

The inevitable happens especially Disney like inevitable. Do I really have to go any farther. I never quite bought McDonell as the latest version of James Dean and I wasn't wrong.

Still Prom is a pleasant 100+ minutes with a nice score that had a few surprising oldies. Audiences of various ages will find it easy to take entertainment.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle6 / 10

Disney & Prom

Nova Prescott (Aimee Teegarden) is busy organizing the senior prom hoping to be asked out by Brandon. However, Brandon isn't asking and the decorations get all burnt up. Nobody has the time to help, and the school principal forces the misunderstood bad boy Jesse Richter (Thomas McDonell) to help redo all the decorations.

There is really only two things anybody needs to know about this movie. It's about prom, and it's made by Disney. It has the potential for a John Hughes lite teen movie. The kids are all adorable if mostly amateurish. The story has no bite. It's a movie on the edge of the pass fail line.

Reviewed by edwagreen9 / 10

Prom is Certainly Time To Remember ***1/2

This is certainly not one one of those silly high school movies with nerds, foolishness and mayhem. Instead, it is a serious look at the coming of age among graduating high school students and what prom means to them-not only the fun associated, but it is certainly a coming of age film.

Of the variety of stories told among the seniors, the most poignant, of course, is the one involving Nova and Jesse. She is the top student and he is looked up with disdain. When circumstances bring them together, she is able to bring out the better qualities that he does possess.

This film is intelligently done and an absolute pleasure to watch.

This film is also a coming of age of maturity and even those who might be nerd-like find their way in this very interesting film.

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