Zack & Cody (12-year-old identical twin boys) live with their mom in Boston?s swankiest hotel and have a hard time staying out of trouble, and out of the hair of tween girls Maddie and London who have enough of their own p... more »roblems just trying to get along.« less
Pamela C. (vettepammy) from LEESBURG, GA Reviewed on 12/6/2010...
This was a very good movie. My granddaughter thinks it the BEST ever.
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Only 3 Episodes
Chillexistence | 08/10/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Wow... $15 for a DVD with only 3 Episodes on it... Geeze we can see that Disney is sure ripping us off, they are the only company to release these crappy DVDs every other network produces DVDs with the entire season.... Come on get it right. This is just nonsense to make us spend $15 a pop for 3 episodes that would cost about $420 for the entire 3 seasons episodes!"
Not the best of the Suite Life!
P. A Clark | San Jose, CA USA | 04/22/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I am a parent who watches the Suite Life of Zack and Cody with my daughter occasionally. I have seen enough episodes to know that these are not the best picks that Disney could have released on DVD.
The first episode has the boys at their youngest. The show is better in my opinion as the two boys get older. However, for a child, the battle of the bands idea is fun. London and Maddie are actually more intresting to watch in the earlier episodes, and it's always fun to see how London screws up even when she means well.
The second episode is when the boys run for class president. I liked the way Maddie and London get involved to help the boys. It was also nice to see Zack stand up for Cody at the end showing some family loyalty. I also liked the outrageous ideas that Zack and London came up with to get Zack elected. The pajama picture of Cody was a low blow but funny.
The last episode focuses on Maddie and London the most. Both girls throw sweet 16 parties for themselves on the same day. It forces the gang to pick which party to go to. As usual London over does it and makes a mess of things. The girls friendship gets strained, but ends up ok in the end.
Overall the episodes are just ok. I have seen better episodes on Disney channel. I also think Disney went cheap on this release. Three episodes is hardly worth the price of buying it. The extra features of the gag reel and Brenda Song doing the DVD game is ok. But personally I think Disney would have been better off putting a couple more episodes on the disc. After all thats why we really want to buy the DVD in the first place. Episodes that would have been better to add are the ones where the boys let the bugs loose in the tipton, or when Maddie and London have the fake baby for the weekend. Those stand out as funny episodes.
SO two stars is all I can give this release which skimped on the episodes and did'nt pick the best of the lot. If you really like Zack and Cody and want to get this release, try to by it online. Used and as cheap as possible. The taking over the Tipton release is better in my opinion and has more episodes.
Deena Ferraro | Easton,Pa | 09/01/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I absolutely love this dvd.The Suite Life is my favorite show and even though i've seen every episode it's totally worth owning.The bloopers are great plus the interactive game with Brenda Song is really fun to play.This is a must for any Suite Life fan."
Old shows, and there's only 3!
Holly | Central Oklahoma | 09/08/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This really is upsetting. The first dvd had several shows, I think maybe 5 of them. This one has only 3!! And, some of them are old ones, not the newer shows. My son and I were both disappointed. The silly "game" and the short little blooper spot do not make up for the stingy amount of actual tv shows. So sad. We're still big Suite Life fans, but I don't know if we'll buy another dvd."
The Best movie
Jonathan M. Ponce | Garden Grove, CA USA | 09/13/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a product that I recomend to the people who love disney channel, it has some behind the scened features, is funny once you see it."