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* ActorAllusion: This is not the first time that Creator/EmilyPerkins and Creator/KatharineIsabelle have [[Film/GingerSnaps played sisters]].



* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Mary's TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot involves her Zune music player, which was discontinued in 2011 (a little over half a decade after the movie's release). The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.


* ActorAllusion: This is not the first time that Emily Perkins and Creator/KatharineIsabelle have [[Film/GingerSnaps played sisters]].
* DawsonCasting: When the film was made, Drew Seeley (Joey) was 25, Emily Perkins (Britt) was 31, Creator/JessicaParkerKennedy was 24, and Creator/KatharineIsabelle was 27, all while playing high school characters (though they mostly look believable). Creator/SelenaGomez (Mary who is a high school senior) meanwhile was 15, and the visible age gap between her and Seeley's characters was often criticised by movie reviewers.

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* ActorAllusion: This is not the first time that Emily Perkins Creator/EmilyPerkins and Creator/KatharineIsabelle have [[Film/GingerSnaps played sisters]].
* DawsonCasting: When the film was made, Drew Seeley (Joey) was 25, Emily Perkins Creator/EmilyPerkins (Britt) was 31, Creator/JessicaParkerKennedy was 24, and Creator/KatharineIsabelle was 27, all while playing high school characters (though they mostly look believable). Creator/SelenaGomez (Mary who is a high school senior) meanwhile was 15, and the visible age gap between her and Seeley's characters was often criticised by movie reviewers.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely the (near) future reaction to the prominence of Mary’s Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could argue this is (already) the case now unless your into rarer tech.
** The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.
* ActorAllusion:
** This is not the first time that Emily Perkins and Creator/KatharineIsabelle have [[Film/GingerSnaps played sisters]].
** While probably not intended, it was kind of ironic that Music/SelenaGomez played the ‘Cinderella’ role in this movie when Music/HilaryDuff played the lead in the last one, considering she was going to star in a failed ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' SpinOff back in the day.
* DawsonCasting: Drew Seeley (25) is supposed to be a high school student. Uh-huh. Emily Perkins (Britt) was 31 when this movie was made and Creator/JessicaParkerKennedy was 24, while Creator/KatharineIsabelle was 27. They do look a bit more believable as high school students, mostly.
** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 (though you could argue she looked 13) which makes the some of the moments between Joey and Mary a little creepy.
*** Props to both the actors though because they still manage to make the relationship between them actually work, unlike the lead relationship in the last movie (for some people).

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely the (near) future reaction to the prominence of Mary’s Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could argue this is (already) the case now unless your into rarer tech.
** The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.
* ActorAllusion:
**
ActorAllusion: This is not the first time that Emily Perkins and Creator/KatharineIsabelle have [[Film/GingerSnaps played sisters]].
** While probably not intended, it was kind of ironic that Music/SelenaGomez played the ‘Cinderella’ role in this movie when Music/HilaryDuff played the lead in the last one, considering she was going to star in a failed ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' SpinOff back in the day.
* DawsonCasting: When the film was made, Drew Seeley (25) is supposed to be a high school student. Uh-huh. (Joey) was 25, Emily Perkins (Britt) was 31 when this movie was made and 31, Creator/JessicaParkerKennedy was 24, while and Creator/KatharineIsabelle was 27. They do look a bit more believable as 27, all while playing high school students, mostly.
** Averted with
characters (though they mostly look believable). Creator/SelenaGomez (Mary who is a high school senior) meanwhile was 15 (though you could argue she looked 13) which makes 15, and the some of the moments visible age gap between Joey her and Mary a little creepy.
*** Props to both the actors though because they still manage to make the relationship between them actually work, unlike the lead relationship in the last
Seeley's characters was often criticised by movie (for some people).reviewers.


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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Mary's TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot involves her Zune music player, which was discontinued in 2011 (a little over half a decade after the movie's release). The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.


** While probably not intended, it was kind of ironic that Music/SelenaGomez played the ‘Cinderella’ role in this movie. As Music/HilaryDuff played the lead in the last one, considering she was going to star in a failed ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' SpinOff back in the day.

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** While probably not intended, it was kind of ironic that Music/SelenaGomez played the ‘Cinderella’ role in this movie. As movie when Music/HilaryDuff played the lead in the last one, considering she was going to star in a failed ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' SpinOff back in the day.


*** Props to both the actors though because they still manage to make the relationship between them actually work, (even if you take the previous movie out of consideration).

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*** Props to both the actors though because they still manage to make the relationship between them actually work, (even if you take unlike the previous lead relationship in the last movie out of consideration).(for some people).


** While probably not intended, it was kind of ironic that Music/SelenaGomez replaced Music/HilaryDuff in this movie, considering she was going to star in a failed ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' SpinOff back in the day.

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** While probably not intended, it was kind of ironic that Music/SelenaGomez replaced played the ‘Cinderella’ role in this movie. As Music/HilaryDuff played the lead in this movie, the last one, considering she was going to star in a failed ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' SpinOff back in the day.



** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 (though she looked 13) which makes the some of the moments between Joey and Mary a little creepy.
*** Props to both the actors though because they still manage to make the relationship between them actually work, even if you take the previous movie out of consideration.

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** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 (though you could argue she looked 13) which makes the some of the moments between Joey and Mary a little creepy.
*** Props to both the actors though because they still manage to make the relationship between them actually work, even (even if you take the previous movie out of consideration.consideration).


* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely the (near) future reaction to the prominence of Mary’s Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could argue this is (already) the case now unless your into rarer tech. The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely the (near) future reaction to the prominence of Mary’s Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could argue this is (already) the case now unless your into rarer tech.
**
The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely the (near) future reaction to the prominence of Mary’s Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could argue this is the case now as the device has (already) faded into obscurity a lot of the world. The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely the (near) future reaction to the prominence of Mary’s Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could argue this is (already) the case now as the device has (already) faded unless your into obscurity a lot of the world.rarer tech. The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely (near) future reaction to the prominence of the Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could argue this is the case now as the device has (already) faded into obscurity for most of the world. The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely the (near) future reaction to the prominence of the Mary’s Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could argue this is the case now as the device has (already) faded into obscurity for most a lot of the world. The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely (near) future reaction to the prominence of the Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could even argue this is the case now as the device has (already) faded into obscurity for most of the world. The description for the film for some cable services even misidentifies it as an iPod.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely (near) future reaction to the prominence of the Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot. Heck you could even argue this is the case now as the device has (already) faded into obscurity for most of the world. The description for the film for some cable and streaming services even misidentifies it as an iPod.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely (near) future reaction to the prominence of the Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot (Heck you could argue it is now as the device has already faded into obscurity for most of the world). The description for the film for some cable services even misidentifies it as an iPod.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely (near) future reaction to the prominence of the Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot (Heck subplot. Heck you could even argue it this is the case now as the device has already (already) faded into obscurity for most of the world).world. The description for the film for some cable services even misidentifies it as an iPod.


* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely (near) future reaction to the prominence of the Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot (or even now, as the device has already faded into obscurity). The description for the film for some cable services even misidentifies it as an iPod.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: Likely (near) future reaction to the prominence of the Zune in TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper subplot (or even now, (Heck you could argue it is now as the device has already faded into obscurity).obscurity for most of the world). The description for the film for some cable services even misidentifies it as an iPod.



** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 (though she looked 13) which makes the some of the moments between Joey and Mary a little creepy, props to both the actors though because they still manage to make the relationship between them actually work.

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** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 (though she looked 13) which makes the some of the moments between Joey and Mary a little creepy, props creepy.
*** Props
to both the actors though because they still manage to make the relationship between them actually work.work, even if you take the previous movie out of consideration.


** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 though she looked 13 which makes the Trope/DanceOfRomance between them a little on the creepy side.
* MythologyGag: The stepsisters are wearing purple and green outfits in their last scene of the movie; this is the color scheme for their counterparts in the Disney version of the story.

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** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 though (though she looked 13 13) which makes the Trope/DanceOfRomance some of the moments between Joey and Mary a little creepy, props to both the actors though because they still manage to make the relationship between them a little on the creepy side.
actually work.
* MythologyGag: The stepsisters are wearing purple pink and green outfits in their last scene of the movie; this is the color scheme for their counterparts in the Disney version of the story.


* DawsonCasting: Drew Seeley (25) is supposed to be a high school student. Uh-huh. Emily Perkins (Britt) was 31 when this movie was made, and still a mostly believable high schooler. Creator/JessicaParkerKennedy was 24, while Creator/KatharineIsabelle was 27.
** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 at the time though she looked 13.

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* DawsonCasting: Drew Seeley (25) is supposed to be a high school student. Uh-huh. Emily Perkins (Britt) was 31 when this movie was made, made and still a mostly believable high schooler. Creator/JessicaParkerKennedy was 24, while Creator/KatharineIsabelle was 27.
27. They do look a bit more believable as high school students, mostly.
** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 at the time though she looked 13. 13 which makes the Trope/DanceOfRomance between them a little on the creepy side.

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** Averted with Creator/SelenaGomez who was 15 at the time though she looked 13.

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