Kim Possible: So The Drama

  • 2005
  • Movie
  • G
  • Adventure, Animated

Fans clamored for closure when the Disney Channel cancelled their animated series about a teen secret agent, and this made-for-TV cartoon feature energetically wraps up the loose ends. Mad scientist Dr. Drakken (voice of John DiMaggio) and his hench-gal, Shego (Nicole Sullivan), are just itching to kidnap kindly toy-maker Mr. Nokasumi, but Kim Possible...read more

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Fans clamored for closure when the Disney Channel cancelled their animated series about a teen secret agent, and this made-for-TV cartoon feature energetically wraps up the loose ends.

Mad scientist Dr. Drakken (voice of John DiMaggio) and his hench-gal, Shego (Nicole Sullivan), are just itching to kidnap kindly toy-maker Mr. Nokasumi, but Kim Possible (Christy Carlson Romano) and her sidekick, Ron Stoppable (Will Friedle) avert the crime. When she's no thwarting villainous machinations, Kim is just an ordinary adolescent dreaming about a a prom date. Naturally, she's oblivious to the fact that nerdy Ron has a crush on her, and Dr. Drakken sees an opportunity to neutralize his nemesis: If Kim wants a high school dreamboat, Dr. Drakken will provide one in the form of an android named Eric (Ricky Ullman). The personable "transfer student" may fool Kim and her family, but Ron knows there's something off about Eric — he just can't put his finger on it. While Kim is distracted, Dr. Drakken kidnaps Kim's father, Dr. Possible (Gary Cole), whose contributions to the Hephaestus Project the evil doctor covets. By the time Kim pulls herself together to race to his rescue, Papa Possible has been hooked up to a brain tap and Dr. Drakken has the information he needs to control the millions of miniature robots — the Diablo Devils — he plans to distribute as give-aways at the popular Buenos Nachos chains, whose loyal fans include lovelorn Ron. Once they enlarge themselves, the mini-bots can destroy people and property upon Dr. Drakken’s command. Can Kim get her besotted head together long enough to figure out what Dr. Drakken is up to and vanquish defeat his toy army?

This comic adventure serves up a tongue-in-cheek message of teen and pre-teen empowerment while simultaneously addressing their growing pains. The chase sequences are repetitive, but screenwriters Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley deserve kudos for their plot twist about killer merchandising.

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  • Released: 2005
  • Rating: G
  • Review: Fans clamored for closure when the Disney Channel cancelled their animated series about a teen secret agent, and this made-for-TV cartoon feature energetically wraps up the loose ends. Mad scientist Dr. Drakken (voice of John DiMaggio) and his hench-gal… (more)

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