High School Musical 2

High School Musical 2
High School Musical 2

Year

2007

Duration

106 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Family, Musicals, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

Troy, Gabriella, Chad and the rest of the East High Wildcats are back in this sequel to the all-singing-and-dancing 2006 phenomenon. This time, school has broken up for summer and the gang have all found vacation jobs at the same country club... and there's a talent show in the offing. The youthful cast's exuberance is infectious, and conniving Sharpay - up to her old tricks again, and this time pursuing Troy - lends the proceedings a little bit of an edge.

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