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Learn more about High School Musical 2 (Blu-ray):

Format: Blu-Ray DVD
ISBN-10: 0788883550
ISBN-13: 9780788883552
Sku: 205604408
Publish Date: 1/10/2010
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Includes Never-Before-Seen Music Sequence!
It's time to sing and dance because there's so much more to celebrate in High School Musical 2: Extended Edition. Experience the movie in a whole new way with a never-before-seen music sequence and rehearsal footage, plus sing lead vocals with High School Karaoke. The East High Wildcats are gearing up for big fun as they land the coolest summer jobs imaginable. Troy (Zac Efron), Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens), Chad (Corbin Bleu), and Taylor (Monique Coleman) have scored sweet gigs at the Lava Springs Country Club owned by Sharpay and Ryan's family. Sharpay's first rule of business: Get Troy. As Troy experiences a life of privilege he's never known, will he give up the Wildcats and Gabriella to rise to the top? Featuring an all-star cast, exclusive bonus features, hot new songs and awesome dancing, High School Musical 2: Extended Edition is way 2 good 2 miss!

"Several of the routines are excellent...The cast obvious worked hard on their choreography, and it makes for some fun moments.
"...better than the first.


Video Features Widescreen, Spanish, French, Dubbed & Subtitled
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Expert Review High School Musical 2: Extended Edition - DVD Review
By: Ed Perkis Cinema Blend DVD Reviews
Published on: 12/15/2007 1:36 PM
The plot is really just a vehicle to get to the energetic, non-threatening youngsters out on the dance floor! Not just the dance floor, but the pool, baseball diamond, kitchen, classrooms and anywhere else they can break into song. Director Kenny Ortega keeps the toe-tapping, finger snapping, Radio Disney-ish production numbers both quick and fresh. "I Don't Dance," "What Time is It'" and "Work This Out" will make even a cynical member of the household stop for a few minutes to watch and listen. the full review
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