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There are a suprising amount of transformations in this movie, and
most of these aren't just one shot. Too many to get into, so I'll
just list 'em.
Most take place first while the testing to see whether the students
are heroes or sidekicks is going on.
- One student, named Larry, is a stereotypical nerd with huge
glasses, curly red hair, acne and a frail looking body. He
transforms into a giant golem made of rocks that weighs two tons.
He transforms twice in differents parts of the movie. Great S.P.'s
especially in the transformation.
- An un-named student in a cheerleader-like costume transforms
(with a nice morph) into a human sized toy ball. The gym teacher
deems her a sidekick and kicks her across the room.
- One of the main characters friends can transform into a guinea
pig at will. Nice morph and the guinea pig has fur died like the
girl's hair. This happens a few times in the movie.
- Another of the main character's friends can melt at will. This
tranformations also happen all throughout the movie.
- An unnamed character, a red-haired boy, have an amazing
shapeshifting hability, so in the "power placement" part, he
transform in an exact copy of the coach. A few minutes later in the
movie, when the main character and his friends are in the dining
hall, one of his them starts complaining about the coach. Just to
find out that the couch was sitting nearby. But in the end, it was
the same morphing boy, that was bothering him. A cool
transformation in both cases, specially the hair (from very short
to almost shoulder-length) and the clothes.
- At the end of the movie the villain changes the main character's
parents, the school faculty, and about 3/4 the student body into
babies. They are turned back at the end.
The sources that tipped off the organized age change community were
The movie Sky High includes a segment where the principle
antagonist transforms both student and faculty members into babies
and transports them away from the school in order to raise them as
villains in some new academy.
It is up to the uneffected to rescue their peers and teachers.
This information was comfirmed through the junior novelization of
the movie, where such scenes describing a "pacifier gun" inparted
Unfortunately, the AR seems to be of the instantaneous variety
without much of a transition in between, though it occurs on a
In a world where the super heros of tomorrow have to hone their
skills at high school, Kelly Vitz's character demonstrates to the
coach (Bruce Campbell) that she is a shape shifter by changing into
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originally posted by anonymous on 2005-08-14, 4 edits, entryid=1390