Zenon: Z3 (2004) is a English movie. Steve Rash has directed this movie. Kirsten Storms,Lauren Maltby,Alyson Morgan,Stuart Pankin are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2004. Zenon: Z3 (2004) is considered one of the best Adventure,Comedy,Family,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.
In the third installment of the hit Zenon trilogy, it's 2054 and Zenon Kar is 17 and competing to win the Galactic Teen Supreme contest and celebrate at the Moonstock Festival. Zenon wants to beat handsome competitor Bronley Hale. She also reunites with Moon preservation activist Sage Borealis. Sage is desperate to keep the Moon from being colonized and exploited and wants Zenon's help. Meanwhile Commander Edward Plank and Aunt Judy Cling's new foster daughter, Dasha, is star struck by Zenon and finds it difficult to stay out of trouble. During the last competition for the Galactic Teen Supreme contest, the moon goddess Selene appears and threatens to destroy the Earth. It's up to Zenon to save everyone from this angry deity. In the end, Zenon, Sage, Dasha and her friends Margie, Cassie, and Bronley team up to save the day. They evacuate everyone in Protozoa's tour bus and try to remove the Moon Dome, with each taking a hover pod. Unfortunately, the dome is too heavy, until Commander ...
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I have loved the Zenon movies since the beginning. As a big fan of Kirsten Storms I've made sure not to miss them, but also to carefully scrutinize them. While this movie spent a lot of time trying to send a positive message, it still kept the same feel of adventure as in the other Zenon movies. The storyline definitely had some flaws, but all things considered it was one of Disney Channel's better films. I was nervous about how the movie would turn out as it has been a good amount of time since the last Zenon installment, but I did not feel that the age increase proved to be a problem. I enjoyed the movie and I do hope that a fourth installment will come in the future; however, viewers should not look for an Oscar nominated performance.
Ya know how there's one good movie that shows in theaters or on TV and after that it seems like the end of it? Well, sometimes that's not the story. The first Zenon was fantastic, and the second one was a little questionable, but c'mon people, there was no reason to make a third movie that was going to suck! Raven wasn't playing Nebula in the second one, but when they bring her back for the third movie, she's hardly in it. And it gets a little too predictable when at the end of the movie, Zenon saves the day and she's the hero of the world. BORING! Personally, this movie really annoyed me and I was disgusted by it. Just see the first two Zenon movies, they're worth watching. Watching the third one is just a waste of your time.
I enjoyed this movie! The Zenon series is very cute, with exciting events in each one. This Zenon Z3 was my favorite. The cast was very good, with Zenon pulling off another excellent performance. Margie and Cassie were good. It was fun for Raven to make a special appearance. The new Proto Zoa was FABULOUS! He was entertaining and performed well. Cosmic Blush gave an excellent performance and had a great voice. The new character, Dasha, was very cute. I thought she was energetic and made the movie entertaining. She brought youth back to the movie series for younger kids that enjoy DisneyChannel. She did a great job for her first performance!
The first Zenon was novel and cute, and had meaningful plot line with quirky characters and a happy, Disney ending. The second wasn't nearly as good, with a less original plot and more attention spent on special effects (the aliens) than plot details. After the second Zenon, I never planned on having to sit through another disappointing remake on an originally perky and fun theme. Sequels CAN be good, as Toy Story 2 showed us. However, each movie in the Zenon series has gotten progressively worse. Z3 has yet another unimaginative plot, with insignificant details and more flashy outfits and scenes than characters. There are only seven characters of even remote significance, and the plot would have been no different if it were compressed to three. The only reason Aunt Judy, Commander Plank, or Proto Zoa, three crucial characters in Z1, were inserted was for the "remembrance factor." Zenon's parents, who were also critical to the plot of Z1, are not even mentioned. Even Nebula, Zenon's best friend, appears less times than can be counted on one hand. The changing of actors for the same character which was sad and very noticeable in Z2 has happened in Z3, with a new Proto Zoa. The storyline of Z3 leaves much to be desired as well. The plot of Z3 is frighteningly similar to Z2, with some kind of weird force trying to contact Zenon. This time, though, there is no explanation as to why the force is calling her in particular, or even what the force really is and how it has the power to do what it does. In addition, the villain of this movie is not nearly as sinister as Wyndom, having no clear motive or even an immediate effect on Zenon herself-- yet Zenon willingly takes on trying to foil his scheme. The issue of the character Bronley also completely defeats me. It's obvious from the beginning he's going to end up as someone's love interest. However, his real role in the movie is nonexistent. When we first really get a glimpse of the character, he turns out to be an enemy of Zenon, and you begin to think that maybe there's some kind of hidden alliance between him and the real villain. But don't get your hopes up. I could continue, but it isn't even worth it for such a disappointment of a movie. Watch the original Zenon, but don't even bother with either of the sequels.
I have seen this movie and in my personal opinion, I liked it better than the other two. Sure, it had it's down moments... but if Zenon acted the same way she did when she was 13 then it wouldn't have been realistic. Kirsten Storms kept Zenon's ditzy nature through out the entire movie, but she has matured, so her role did as well. The plot was unrealistic, but much better than The Zequel. It was a great movie, with catchy phrases that will replay over and over in your mind... as from the other two. The new characters were believable, as were the old ones. The romance wasn't overwhelming, but just enough to keep teen girls interested and little kids from getting bored with the mushy love stuff. The directors focused hard on keeping the childish, soft heart and fun feel to the movie while at the same time showing that Zenon isn't perfect and most certainly has grown up. I would recommend this movie to fans of anyone in the cast, to pre-teen and teen girls and younger kids, male or female. I've heard only good reviews from 18 year old girls down to 10 year old boys. It's a healthy family movie... Just don't force your He-man, chick flick hating guy to watch it. It will bore him and annoy him to death.