Upside-Down Magic (2020) 1080p

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Genres:
Family | Fantasy
Resolution:
1920*1072
Size:
1.77G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
0 min
IMDB Rating:
5.5 / 10 
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Directors: Joe Nussbaum [Director] ,


Movie Description:
In "Upside-Down Magic, a Disney Channel Original Movie, 13-year-old Nory Boxwood Horace discovers she can flux into animals, and her best friend Reina Carvajal can manipulate flames. Together, they enter the Sage Academy for Magical Studies. Reina's expert ability to harness the power of fire lands her at the top of her class of "Flares," but Nory's wonky magic and proclivity for turning into a "Dritten"-a half-kitten, half-dragon-lands her in a class for those with Upside-Down Magic, otherwise known as UDM. While Headmaster Knightslinger believes the UDM's unconventional powers leave them vulnerable to dangerous and evil "shadow magic," Nory and her fellow UDM classmates set out to prove that Upside-Down Magic beats right side up.

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Reviews

This movie is for people with disabilities, my take

I get it, not the best movie. Too short, too pg. But The idea,which i never though of till this movie is that it's ok to practice and form you abilities a different way than other people. As a person with motor ticks but extremely talented, all i hear is wow your so amazing no one cares.....So take that missed note and turn it into jazz...because the only book your writing is teaching someone else how to do it differently. Many people have asked write a book,,,well thats writing my book. I can guide some one to be a good musician, and to use there gift but each student must create there on way of teaching them selves control or lack there of......Every gift is special......even if you have not found a purpose for it yet.....

Absolute garbage.

The writing was horrible, characters kept changing behaviors and failed to be consistent, the directing was awful and ruined several opportunities for great humor.

It was a waste of time with a two dimensional antagonist, an annoying protagonist and meaningless supporting cast. An overall complete waste of time and thoroughly predictable.

Would have been more exciting to watch a daytime soap opera, than this drivel.Playing in heavy traffic with leg weights on would've been more enjoyable.

A Mediocre Movie Made For 2-8 YO's

Where to start...Upside-Down Magic is an okay kid's movie that was clearly made and released during a pandemic with D and E-List actors/actresses. It's over-the-top and corny at every turn and will be enjoyable for younger audiences. However, the content of the movie falls exceedingly short of what Disney is capable of producing. There are some beautiful set pieces and backgrounds in Upside-Down Magic. In addition, there are some good special effects, but obvious green-screen and CGI is obviously green-screened and/or CGI'd in this movie and the crew takes no effort in trying to composit it (hide it or blend it in with reality). When it comes to the plot of the movie, the authors of the book and the director of the film have clearly never seen or played any medium with magic at its core. Instead of going with houses that make sense being based on the primary elements of Fire, Water, Earth, and Air; or universal schools of magic such as conjuration, enchantment, destruction, restoration, etc; Upside-Down Magic seems to just pull random things from a hat and says "eh, let's just go with it," but call it "Fuzzy-Wuzzy's" to appeal to kids. *face-palms*. Lastly, the story progression is minimal. The students in the film seem to be stuck learning one singular lesson/thing (such as popping popcorn) for 6 months in preparation for a school event for the entire duration of the movie. The characters develop minimally throughout the entire runtime and don't have great acting range. All the "teachers" in the school would realistically be fired for incompetence, harassment, and prejudice. Finally, the plot points and twists in Upside-Down Magic are so incredibly obvious that it detracts from the overall enjoyment of the movie. The theme is all about owning/accepting your disabilities and showing that you're perfectly capable doing things just like everyone else, albeit in a different way (it's only redeeming quality).

All of the above led me to give this movie a 3/10. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and Auradon Prepatory look at Sage Academy in utter disgrace and shame as a School of Magic. If there's nothing else to watch on TV, you can watch Upside-Down Magic.
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