Disclosure: I received a copy of this game to facilitate my review, however, all opinions are my own and I was not required to give a positive review.
Summer is ending for Brady (Ross Lynch) and Mack (Maia Mitchell), which means they’ve been dating 3 months now. They have completely bonded over Wet Side Story and their adventure when they found themselves in the movie. However, navigating their new relationship at school proves to be harder than they thought, especially since Mack is so driven by academics and Brady is hiding a secret.
Meanwhile, inside the world of Wet Side Story, things are going wrong as well. Lela (Grace Phipps) has grown disenchanted with her part in the movie. Sure, she’s the female lead, but she wants more than just wanting a guy. When she swims off into the ocean, followed by male lead Tanner (Garrett Clayton), the craziest thing happens – they find themselves in the real world. Now Brady and Mack have to figure out a way to convince the two characters to return home before they and the movie are erased from existence.
This movie was funny. I had never seen any of the Teen Beach movies before until my son had asked if we could watch them. I have to admit that at first I was a little confused and had a hard time following the story line, but my son had no trouble at all. It is a great movie for teens who enjoy a little adventure and mixed up worlds. I would suggest watching both movies or you will really be lost, between what is real and what is not. Such an interesting story line that grabbed my attention and held it quite well. This would be great for a teen movie night with some treats.