History YMMV / RadioRebel

1st Apr '14 6:14:51 PM MagBas
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moving to non-ymmv
* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Tara/Radio Rebel herself, albeit temporarily, when prom is canceled ** Principal Moreno is a more straight-up example as only Stacey and her cronies like her (and even then, only for the sake of their own ends).
1st Apr '14 6:14:16 PM MagBas
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none of the mentioned morals is preached by the film.
* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: A couple come to mind: ** Express yourself...by doing these things I'm telling you to do. ** It's OK to extort someone who's never done a thing to you into using her influence to ensure you win a popularity contest as long as it was secretely motivated by low self-esteem. That's not to say that Tara was wrong to extend an olive branch to Stacy, just that there's no guarantee that Stacy will ultimately learn anything.
27th Mar '14 4:35:39 PM thelelfamily
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Tara/Radio Rebel herself, albeit temporarily, when prom is canceled ** Principal Moreno is a more straight-up example as only Stacey and her cronies like her (and even then, only for the sake of their own ends).

* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Tara/Radio Rebel herself, albeit temporarily, when prom is canceled ** Principal Moreno is a more straight-up example as only Stacey and her cronies like her (and even then, only for the sake of their own ends).
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Tara/Radio Rebel herself, albeit temporarily, when prom is canceled ** Principal Moreno is a more straight-up example as only Stacey and her cronies like her (and even then, only for the sake of their own ends).
27th Mar '14 4:35:06 PM thelelfamily
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: Tara/Radio Rebel herself, albeit temporarily, when prom is canceled ** Principal Moreno is a more straight-up example as only Stacey and her cronies like her (and even then, only for the sake of their own ends).
15th Feb '14 4:18:04 PM MathsAngelicVersion
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** Considering how many supporters Tara has at the end of the film, it's likely that the principal will become rather infamous if she does it.
31st Jan '14 1:45:20 PM MagBas
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* CaptainObviousAesop: Everything Radio Rebel teaches falls into this.
14th Jan '14 12:26:52 PM Silverblade2
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* EsotericHappyEnding: Nothing can stop the principal from expelling Tara.
28th Oct '13 10:09:38 PM Antwan
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** The puppy dog faces DebbyRyan makes when her character is supposed to be sad don't help.
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** The puppy dog faces DebbyRyan Creator/DebbyRyan makes when her character is supposed to be sad don't help.
11th May '13 5:29:26 AM Austin
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This isn't YMMV. Moving.
* PragmaticAdaptation: ''Several'' changes between the original book ''Shrinking Violet'' and this movie, not the least of which is practically a completely revamped plot. In the book, the protagonist's (named T''ere'', short for Theresa) mom and stepdad are not married yet (and the mom is much more shallow and self-centered - [[spoiler: and it's expicitly stated that Tere was born of wedlock at her mother's prom, which turns out to be an important plot point in the book but would obviously never fly on a DisneyChannel production]]). Furthermore, she never started out as a podcast - the entire plot of the book is about her becoming an intern at her future stepdad's Miami radio station where she ends up through circumstance becoming a popular co-host (calling herself "Sweet-T" as opposed to "Radio Rebel"), all the while learning to overcome her crippling shyness and stand up for herself. The secret identity subplot is still present - [[spoiler: but is entirely enforced by the radio station as a publicity stunt so they can "give her away" as a prom date as part of a promotional contest. Not only does the school's principal not have a problem with the broadcasts, but is literally completely non-existant as a character. The conflict between Tere and Stacy is entirely between each other.]]
30th Nov '12 10:58:39 PM classicforreal
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* PragmaticAdaptation: ''Several'' changes between the original book ''Shrinking Violet'' and this movie, not the least of which is practically a completely revamped plot. In the book, the protagonist's (named T''ere'', short for Theresa) mom and stepdad are not married yet (and the mom is much more shallow and self-centered). Furthermore, she never started out as a podcast - the entire plot of the book is about her becoming an intern at her future stepdad's Miami radio station where she ends up through circumstance becoming a popular co-host (calling herself "Sweet-T" as opposed to "Radio Rebel"), all the while learning to overcome her crippling shyness and stand up for herself. The secret identity subplot is still present - [[spoiler: but is entirely enforced by the radio station as a publicity stunt so they can "give her away" as a prom date as part of a promotional contest. Not only does the school's principal not have a problem with the broadcasts, but is literally completely non-existant as a character. The conflict between Tere and Stacy is entirely between each other.]]
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* PragmaticAdaptation: ''Several'' changes between the original book ''Shrinking Violet'' and this movie, not the least of which is practically a completely revamped plot. In the book, the protagonist's (named T''ere'', short for Theresa) mom and stepdad are not married yet (and the mom is much more shallow and self-centered).self-centered - [[spoiler: and it's expicitly stated that Tere was born of wedlock at her mother's prom, which turns out to be an important plot point in the book but would obviously never fly on a DisneyChannel production]]). Furthermore, she never started out as a podcast - the entire plot of the book is about her becoming an intern at her future stepdad's Miami radio station where she ends up through circumstance becoming a popular co-host (calling herself "Sweet-T" as opposed to "Radio Rebel"), all the while learning to overcome her crippling shyness and stand up for herself. The secret identity subplot is still present - [[spoiler: but is entirely enforced by the radio station as a publicity stunt so they can "give her away" as a prom date as part of a promotional contest. Not only does the school's principal not have a problem with the broadcasts, but is literally completely non-existant as a character. The conflict between Tere and Stacy is entirely between each other.]]
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