I didn’t see much advertisement for this movie, but some of my favorite Disney Channel stars heavily promoted it online so I thought-What the heck. I’ll kill 103 minutes and see it. (Yes, 103, not 100 or 105 like most Disney Channel movies.) I personally thought it was okay, but I wouldn’t see it again. This page has upside-down magic 2020, watch online, upside-down magic 2020 free download, full movie hd.
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In one word, I thought this movie was okay. Not bad, but not good, just in the middle. There were engaging parts, and there were dull parts. However, I am 21 and this seemed to be geared towards kids under 10 years old. Single-digit aged kids should get a kick out of it, Double-digit aged kids will be mostly bored.
Now, you may say: “Well, you’re 21 and this a Disney Channel Movie for kids.” Yes, but there’s quite a few DCMs that came out in my late teens and adulthood that I enjoyed very much- Kim Possible, Invisible Sister and Adventures In Babysitting among them. I actually own 2 of these on DVD! And growing up, past the aimed audience age, I have enjoyed movies like Lemonade Mouth, Camp Rock, and Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie. So the quality is not due to my age, it’s due to how the demographic was focused on the kids and not the adults who may be watching. That within itself is not a bad thing, but that does limit your crowd and that’s why my recommendation is quite marginal.
Another problem that I had was that this seemed to be a knock off of Harry Potter. Here’s one example of many: you know how Hogwarts students go through Platform 9 3/4 by seeping through a brick wall? Going to the magic school Sage Academy is very similar, going through a tree or something similar. This again shows how unoriginal Disney has been lately-first with sequels, then with remakes, now with ripping off other properties.
The film was quite predictable as well. To give you one of many examples, it was clear early on that this movie was going to have a message of “be yourself” and words that cliché were used near the end. I think I rolled my eyes when that happened, along with a mental “I knew it.”