Sky High (2005)

Brains, Brawn And Beyond.

Original Title : Sky High
Director : Mike Mitchell
Writer : Paul Hernandez
Robert Schooley
Mark McCorkle
Genre : Action
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Andrew Gunn , Mario Iscovich , Ann Marie Sanderlin
Music : Michael Giacchino
Photography : Shelly Johnson
Distributor : Buena Vista Pictures
MPAA Rating : Rated PG for action violence and some mild language.
IMDB ID : 0405325
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Michael Angarano Will Stronghold
Kurt Russell Steve/The Commander
Kelly Preston Josie/Jetstream
Danielle Panabaker Layla
Christopher Wynne News Anchor (as Chris Wynne
Kevin Heffernan Ron Wilson - Bus Driver
Dee Jay Daniels Ethan (as Dee-Jay Daniels
Kelly Vitz Magenta
Loren Berman Little Larry
Nicholas Braun Zach
Malika Penny
Khadijah Penny
Jake Sandvig Lash
Will Harris Speed
Mary Elizabeth Winstead Gwen
Lynda Carter Principal Powers
Bruce Campbell Coach Boomer
Dustin Ingram Carbon Copy Kid
Steven Strait Warren Peace
Cloris Leachman Nurse Spex
Jim Rash Mr. Grayson/Stitches
Dave Foley Mr. Boy
Kevin McDonald Mr. Medulla
Amy Brown Twin
Kimmy Brown Twin
Lucille Soong Cook
Zachry Rogers Young Commander
Tom Kenny Mr. Timmerman
Jill Talley Mrs. Timmerman
Patrick Warburton Royal Pain (voice
Nicole Malgarini Freeze Girl (uncredited


It all begins at a secret school in the clouds like none on earth: Sky High, the first and only high school for kids with super-human powers going through crime-fighting puberty. At Sky High, the student body throw flames with their footballs, study Villainy with their Chemistry and are divided into Heroes and Sidekicks instead of jocks and geeks. It's an out-of-this-world yet completely recognizable place where cool gadgetry, rampant bravery and awe-inspiring magical skills mix it up with parental battles, peer pressure and dating trouble--with explosively fun results. This year's class features some of the best, brightest and most powerfully gifted super-teens ever assembled. And then there's Will Stronghold. When you're the son of the world's most legendary super heroes, The Commander and Jetstream, people expect you to live up to the family name The problem is that Will is starting with no superpowers of his own and, worst of all, instead of joining the ranks of the Hero class, he finds himself relegated to being a Sidekick. Now he must somehow survive his freshman year while dealing with an overbearing gym coach, a bully with super speed and a dangerous rebel with a grudge (and the ability to shoot fire from his hands)--not to mention the usual angst, parental expectations and girl problems that accompany teenage life. But when an evil villain threatens his family, friends and the very sanctity of Sky High, Will must use his newfound superpowers to save the day and prove himself a Hero worthy of the family tradition.


Delightful!, 25 July 2005 Author: jwhitus from Dallas, Texas I saw "Sky High" at a preview screening tonight, and I must say I was pleasantly surprised! A lot of laughs for kids and grownups, a couple of good plot twists, and a nice message for the youngsters. Kurt Russell steals the show as an over-the-top super hero, who wants nothing more than for his son to follow in the family business. Kelly Preston looks amazing as his flying super hero wife. A great group of kids play the Sky High students, with cool effects to help them into their roles... and some nice parables about life in high school. I expected lots of eye rolling and lame super hero humor... but there was no lameness, no eye rolls, but plenty of good laughs and sweet moments. Parents, feel free to go with your kids to this one!
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