Upside-Down Magic (2020) 720p YIFY Movie

Upside-Down Magic (2020)

In "Upside-Down Magic, a Disney Channel Original Movie, 13-year-old Nory Boxwood Horace discovers she can flux into animals, and her best friend Reina Carvajal can manipulate flames. Together, they enter the Sage Academy for Magical Studies. Reina's expert ability to harness the power of fire lands her at the top of her class of "Flares," but Nory's wonky magic and proclivity for turning into a "Dritten"-a half-kitten, half-dragon-lands her in a class for those with Upside-Down Magic, otherwise known as UDM. While Headmaster Knightslinger believes the UDM's unconventional powers leave them vulnerable to dangerous and evil "shadow magic," Nory and her fellow UDM classmates set out to prove that Upside-Down Magic beats right side up.

IMDB: 5.50 Likes

  • Genre: Family | Fantasy
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 881.34M
  • Resolution: 1280*714 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 0
  • IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 90 / 765

The Synopsis for Upside-Down Magic (2020) 720p

In "Upside-Down Magic, a Disney Channel Original Movie, 13-year-old Nory Boxwood Horace discovers she can flux into animals, and her best friend Reina Carvajal can manipulate flames. Together, they enter the Sage Academy for Magical Studies. Reina's expert ability to harness the power of fire lands her at the top of her class of "Flares," but Nory's wonky magic and proclivity for turning into a "Dritten"-a half-kitten, half-dragon-lands her in a class for those with Upside-Down Magic, otherwise known as UDM. While Headmaster Knightslinger believes the UDM's unconventional powers leave them vulnerable to dangerous and evil "shadow magic," Nory and her fellow UDM classmates set out to prove that Upside-Down Magic beats right side up.


The Director and Players for Upside-Down Magic (2020) 720p

[Director]Joe Nussbaum
[Role:]Elie Samouhi
[Role:]Izabela Rose
[Role:]Siena Agudong
[Role:]Kyle Howard


The Reviews for Upside-Down Magic (2020) 720p


MehReviewed bySkyStrangerVote: 6/10

Meh ................................. . Well, The Story Is ... Been There; Seen That. The Acting Is Totally Under The Influence Of Script. The Script Is Powerful At Some Points, And Very Weak At Some Others. The One Who Wrote It Needs To Calm Down About Forcefully Wanting To Tell Us Things. "Okay ... We Get It". That's What I Said All Along. And That "Best Friend Relationship" Tickled Me. The Writer Wanted It To Be Perfect, That Was His Mistake. Overall ... It's Good?!. ... I Don't Know ... Meh.

Harry Potter Knock Off That's Decent For The Under 10 Crowd.Reviewed byfilmbuff-05706Vote: 6/10

I didn't see much advertisement for this movie, but some of my favorite Disney Channel stars heavily promoted it online so I thought-What the heck. I'll kill 103 minutes and see it. (Yes, 103, not 100 or 105 like most Disney Channel movies.) I personally thought it was okay, but I wouldn't see it again.

The movie follows 2 teen wizards- Nory and Reina, who are old enough to go to Magic School. Reina is put in the advanced classes, and Nora has to go to the Upside Down Magic classes. You see, Nora can turn into animals, but only odd ones, like a crossover between a cat and fire-breathing dragon. Because of this odd(and deemed dangerous) trait, she must do regular school work in a basement until her powers wear off and she can be expelled from the school. Believing in her powers, Nory convinces her class to stand up to her school and show what they are made of.

In one word, I thought this movie was okay. Not bad, but not good, just in the middle. There were engaging parts, and there were dull parts. However, I am 21 and this seemed to be geared towards kids under 10 years old. Single-digit aged kids should get a kick out of it, Double-digit aged kids will be mostly bored.

Now, you may say: "Well, you're 21 and this a Disney Channel Movie for kids." Yes, but there's quite a few DCMs that came out in my late teens and adulthood that I enjoyed very much- Kim Possible, Invisible Sister and Adventures In Babysitting among them. I actually own 2 of these on DVD! And growing up, past the aimed audience age, I have enjoyed movies like Lemonade Mouth, Camp Rock, and Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie. So the quality is not due to my age, it's due to how the demographic was focused on the kids and not the adults who may be watching. That within itself is not a bad thing, but that does limit your crowd and that's why my recommendation is quite marginal.

Another problem that I had was that this seemed to be a knock off of Harry Potter. Here's one example of many: you know how Hogwarts students go through Platform 9 3/4 by seeping through a brick wall? Going to the magic school Sage Academy is very similar, going through a tree or something similar. This again shows how unoriginal Disney has been lately-first with sequels, then with remakes, now with ripping off other properties.

The film was quite predictable as well. To give you one of many examples, it was clear early on that this movie was going to have a message of "be yourself" and words that cliché were used near the end. I think I rolled my eyes when that happened, along with a mental "I knew it."

So, yes, I found this dull, predictable, and unoriginal. But there were a few things I enjoyed about the movie:

For one thing, I recognized a few of the stars from the Disney shows that I watch- Siena Agudong and Max Torina were both guest stars from my favorite show, Sydney To The Max, and Ricardo Ortiz was in 2 episodes of Gabby Duran. These appearances made this film somewhat watchable. In fact, I wouldn't say that any of the actors were bad, just that their material was a bit lackluster.

Also, while I was often bored, I could tolerate the movie for about half the run-time. Considering that it was about 90 minutes without commercials, I enjoyed it for around 45 of them. However, at most, that's all I can say about the movie.

When I give a movie a 6/10, it's a negative review that means I didn't like it but a certain audience would like it better. As I mentioned, that would be kids under 10. If you are 11 or older, then this movie is not recommended to you. If you must see it with the intended audience, have your phone or something ready to use during the movie.

This is a magical film for kids, but the others will went to cast a spell on the 90 minutes they spent.

Reverse Recommendation: If you want a similar movie that's actually good, then I highly suggest seeing Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Even if you have seen it, re-visiting it would be a better use of your time.

A Mediocre Movie Made For 2-8 YO'sReviewed byscrampto-24790Vote: 3/10

Where to start...Upside-Down Magic is an okay kid's movie that was clearly made and released during a pandemic with D and E-List actors/actresses. It's over-the-top and corny at every turn and will be enjoyable for younger audiences. However, the content of the movie falls exceedingly short of what Disney is capable of producing. There are some beautiful set pieces and backgrounds in Upside-Down Magic. In addition, there are some good special effects, but obvious green-screen and CGI is obviously green-screened and/or CGI'd in this movie and the crew takes no effort in trying to composit it (hide it or blend it in with reality). When it comes to the plot of the movie, the authors of the book and the director of the film have clearly never seen or played any medium with magic at its core. Instead of going with houses that make sense being based on the primary elements of Fire, Water, Earth, and Air; or universal schools of magic such as conjuration, enchantment, destruction, restoration, etc; Upside-Down Magic seems to just pull random things from a hat and says "eh, let's just go with it," but call it "Fuzzy-Wuzzy's" to appeal to kids. *face-palms*. Lastly, the story progression is minimal. The students in the film seem to be stuck learning one singular lesson/thing (such as popping popcorn) for 6 months in preparation for a school event for the entire duration of the movie. The characters develop minimally throughout the entire runtime and don't have great acting range. All the "teachers" in the school would realistically be fired for incompetence, harassment, and prejudice. Finally, the plot points and twists in Upside-Down Magic are so incredibly obvious that it detracts from the overall enjoyment of the movie. The theme is all about owning/accepting your disabilities and showing that you're perfectly capable doing things just like everyone else, albeit in a different way (it's only redeeming quality).

All of the above led me to give this movie a 3/10. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and Auradon Prepatory look at Sage Academy in utter disgrace and shame as a School of Magic. If there's nothing else to watch on TV, you can watch Upside-Down Magic.

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