That's So Raven
That's So Raven
TV-G | 17 January 2003 (USA)
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    Best movie of this year hands down!

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    Good concept, poorly executed.

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    Ella-May O'Brien

    Each character in this movie — down to the smallest one — is an individual rather than a type, prone to spontaneous changes of mood and sometimes amusing outbursts of pettiness or ill humor.

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    Billy Ollie

    Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable

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    Though I consider this show as the best from Disney Channel, I cannot give it a higher rating considering how the storyline declined, jokes became stale and the situations became louder with every season. The show's concept makes for a hilarious sitcom on how the protagonist misinterprets her every peek into the future. The lead actor, Raven is adorable and only she could have pulled off the character so effortlessly. Orlando Brown is my second favorite. All the actors do a good job and most characters including some of the teachers are hilarious. I wish the show would have retained it's original charm and not have been marred by the effort to include overbearing and annoying sequences in the later seasons. None the less, the first season makes for repeat viewing.

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    I used to watch this show when it used to be on the air, unless it still airs. But I have to say that this show tries hard to be funny, and it never works. Once in a while, I get a laugh but not very much. It has too much physical comedy and that just gets tiring. The actors aren't very good at physical comedy so they should have just use verbal comedy such as insulting. Just because it's a children's show doesn't mean that a child will be offended because someone verbally said something funny.After the comedy, that leaves everything else. I love the plot of the episodes and I love the plot of the whole series. She can see into the future, she gets visions once in a while. The theme song tells the whole story. One of my favorite episodes is when Raven goes camping with Chelsea, and Raven overpacks bringing with her too many electronic devices, even a microwave. But in the end, a skunk ruins it all and have everyone forced out of their tents.I recommend this show for children, not very much for teens.

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    I'm sorry I can't afford to do the chat thing, but I read them anyways and it bugs me, so I want to clarify that Raven isn't fat. I just read something that someone put saying that Raven is 5 foot 3 inches and 170 pounds. I don't think she weighs that much, and she's not obese! In case nobody else has noticed, and I promise I don't normally notice things like this since I'm a straight girl... Raven is VERY curvy! She has big hips as well as other body parts that I shouldn't put on a page for a children's show! Don't y'all think that THAT could be what weighs her down?! Duh! And stop being so shallow anyways! Why don't you go talk about Queen Latifah in some stupid chatroom! Raven is awesome and talented, and she sets a very good example for others. That's so Raven is, like, a really good show, and that's what this is meant to discuss, not Raven's weight!

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    well, what can i say about this show. when i started to watch it for the first time with no other programs in my country except for some horrible, puking serials, i loved the show. Raven is a genius in what all she does, from being extremely funny till being serious. She realizes that this isn't a show in which ordinary acting would be beneficial. She can foresee the future but only in the form of bits of visions. And to fulfill the vision or to prevent what she sees in the vision, she puts herself into trouble along with her two best friends, Eddie and Chelsea. the comic timing of this show is absolutely fabulous, the acting is fantastic and the plot, well.... is good. The jokes are out of the world and are told with perfection by Raven, Orlando Brown, Annaliese Van De Pol, Cory ( i forgot his actual name) and Ravens parents ( here too i am forgetful). the first season is good with sensible plots like the one in which Raven has problems with her cousin and others, the second season is marvelous ( i loved the episode in which Raven and Cory make up their own stories about Raven breaking the portrait by mistake. Raven shone like a rising star in that episode), the third season was good except for some of the episodes which hinted the deteriorating quality of the older episodes and as the title suggests, the fourth season is awful.Raven looks a bit like a horrible animal struck by a disease known as obesity, Cory is shown to money minded while the new stars Donna and her assistant Tiffany are truly horrible. the plots are terrible and the episode in which raven comes face to face with Zack and Cory truly shows that mixing to shows is a terrible idea. but then too i give it an eight because of the starting episodes and this was the first show i truly loved. thanks for reading my first comment

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