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The fourth matchup is:
9. Up, Up, and Away
24. Johnny Tsunami
Up, Up, and Away plot summary:
The Marshalls look like an typical suburban family, but under that ordinary looking exterior they are all superheroes! Each member of the family has their own secret identity and superhuman power. The youngest member of the family, Scott, is worried - he doesn't seem to be exhibiting any extraordinary ability yet. He doesn't want to let his family down, so he's really worried, and pretends to have superhuman powers too.
Johnny Tsunami plot summary:
Young Hawaiian surfer Johnny Kapahala (Brandon Baker) gets a rude awakening when his dad relocates to Vermont -- a state seriously lacking in waves. There, he struggles to fit in at a private school where everyone skis. Luckily for Johnny, he meets public school student Sam (Lee Thompson Young), who instructs him in the art of snowboarding. And when a rivalry brews between Johnny and snooty skier Brett (Zachary Bostrom), they decide to settle their rivalry on the slopes.
Up, Up, and Away was literally one of the coolest superhero movies back in the day lmaooooo now it looks so bad xD, but it's still amazing. Another shoutout to Disney Channel for breaking barriers and releasing a DCOM based around a black family of superheroes, knowing full well they hadn't released one on white superheroes first. All in all, though, Up, Up, and Away had comedy, action, drama, and co0o0o0ooool special effects lmao, with an intense ending.
Johnny Tsunami was the first of 2 Johnny Tsunami movies, and it made me want to become a surfer/snowboarder when I was older since he made it looks so damn cool. This movie was great because it showed true friendship and the passion to do what you love. Johnny and his buddy wanted to snowboard/surf, but their parents thought otherwise. Luckily, Johnny's grandpa (Johnny Tsunami), former surfing star, was a homie and helped Johnny and his friend totally understand the meaning of life and how to follow their passions.
High School Musical (1) beat Smart House (32) by a vote of 8-4
Kim Possible: So the Drama (16) beat The Luck of the Irish (17) by a vote of 8-4
Eddie's Million Dollar Cook Off (25) upset Brink! (8) by a vote of 7-2
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