Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama

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  • TV-G
  • 2005
  • 1 hr 8 min
  • 7.1  (4,964)

Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama is an animated action-comedy movie that serves as the finale of the original Kim Possible TV series. The movie was released in 2005 and directed by Steve Loter. It follows the titular hero and her friends as they face a new villain and navigate through high school drama. The movie begins with Kim Possible (voiced by Christy Carlson Romano), Ron Stoppable (voiced by Will Friedle), and Rufus (voiced by Nancy Cartwright) returning from a mission in Tokyo. However, they soon discover that a new villain named Eric (voiced by John DiMaggio) has arrived in town with a plan to take over the world. Eric is a synthodrone - an android created by Drakken (voiced by John DiMaggio) as a replacement for himself.

Kim and Ron soon find out that Eric is attending their high school, hoping to take advantage of Kim's weaknesses and emotions. Meanwhile, Ron becomes attracted to a new student named Eric "Adorable" Perkins (voiced by Ricky Ullman) who seems to have his own secret. Bonnie (voiced by Kirsten Storms) also becomes a rival to Kim as the head of the prom committee and tries to sabotage Kim's chances of being voted prom queen.

As Kim and Ron try to balance their school life with their mission to stop Eric, they discover that they may be in over their heads. Eric's plan to take over the world involves using mind control technology that can be disguised in a popular fashion accessory. Kim and Ron must team up with their fellow students to stop Eric before it's too late.

Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama is an action-packed and humorous movie that will delight fans of the original TV series. The movie features all the favorite characters from the show, including Wade (voiced by Tahj Mowry) and Dr. Drakken. The animation is also top-notch, with vibrant colors and fluid action scenes.

One of the standout aspects of the movie is the relationship between Kim and Ron. Throughout the TV series, fans have been rooting for them to become a couple, but they always remained just friends. In the movie, their relationship takes center stage as they both begin to realize their feelings for each other. The movie handles their relationship in a thoughtful and entertaining way, and fans will be satisfied with the conclusion.

Another great aspect of the movie is the addition of new characters. Eric is a formidable villain who poses a real threat to Kim and Ron. His relationship with Drakken is also explored, adding depth to his character. Eric "Adorable" Perkins also adds a fun dynamic to the story, as Ron becomes smitten with him.

The high school drama is also a welcome addition to the story. Bonnie has always been a rival to Kim, but in the movie, she takes it to a new level. The prom queen subplot adds a layer of humor and tension to the story, as Kim must navigate through high school politics while also trying to save the world.

Overall, Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama is an entertaining and satisfying finale to the original TV series. The movie balances action, humor, and drama in a way that is sure to please fans of the show. The movie also provides a satisfying conclusion to the relationship between Kim and Ron. If you're a fan of Kim Possible, be sure to check out this movie.

Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama is a 2005 animated movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 8 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.1.

Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama
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    7.1  (4,964)