Tween Academy: Class of 2012

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Tween Academy: Class of 2012
Directed by Mark Reyes
Produced by
  • Annette Gozon-Abrogar (GMA Films)
  • Jose Mari Abacan (GMA Films)
  • Boss Big (SM Development Corporation)
Written by Kit Villanueva-Langit
Starring Barbie Forteza
Bea Binene
Elmo Magalona
Jake Vargas
Joshua Dionisio
Louise delos Reyes
Alden Richards
Joyce Ching
Kristofer Martin
Lexi Fernandez
Derrick Monasterio
Krystal Reyes
Ken Chan
Yassi Pressman
Production
company
Release dates
  • August 24, 2011 (2011-08-24)
Country Philippines
Language
  • Tagalog
  • English
Box office P32,229,719 [1]

Tween Academy: Class of 2012 is a Filipino film for tweens produced by GMA Films and SM Development Corporation. The show Tween Hearts, top-billed by the love teams of Joshua Dionisio - Barbie Forteza and Jake Vargas - Bea Binene, together with Joyce Ching and Kristofer Martin, Lexi Fernandez and Derrick Monasterio, Louise delos Reyes and Alden Richards, introducing Elmo Magalona is the basis of the film. The film was released August 24, 2011.[2]

Plot[edit]

Kara (Barbie Forteza), George (Bea Binene), and Enzo (Elmo Magalona) are 3 best friends who have been constantly bullied at school and nicknamed the Imba Trio. On the night of the school dance Enzo gets carried out of the dance by Maximo (Derick Monasterio) and his crew because he accidentally bumped into Chloe (Lexi Fernandez) while dancing and ripped her dress. And while Kara and George try to help him they also get dumped in the trash along with Enzo and are helped by Christian (Alden Richards) and Diego (Kristofer Martin). After the prom the 3 decide to make a list to do that helps them become popular so they won't get bullied and pranked on anymore by the date of the prom, and they make the list a dare.

The next day at school Enzo learns that he has to retake a class again. And after trying to go to the bathroom he is stopped by the janitor who is still cleaning the bathroom. So Enzo decides to use the women's restroom hoping no one will notice. But he bumps into a hot chick Maddie (Sam Pinto), and develops a crush on her. Meanwhile, George finds out the her bestfriend, Jepoy (Jake Vargas) is back in town. And Kara is at a comic convention where she tires to help Robin (Joshua Dionisio) when his backpack gets snatched, and unknowingly sells him the #1 issue of Metal Man online. Later that night, Enzo helps Maddie get her car out of a tight parking space and locks himself out of his car. Kara later becomes friends with Robin online without knowing his true identity. George later hangs out with Jepoy who sings his new song for her and starts to think he has a crush on her and she starts to develop a crush on him.

Cast[edit]

Cameos[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  1. Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now - Julie Anne San Jose and Elmo Magalona
  2. Everytime - Frencheska Farr
  3. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - John Miguel
  4. Kaba - Julie Anne San Jose
  5. The Lazy Song - Derrick Monasterio and Kristofer Martin
  6. Back to December - Lexi Fernandez
  7. Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now - Joshua Dionisio, Barbie Forteza, Jake Vargas and Bea Binene
  8. Kaba - Alden Richards and Louise delos Reyes
  9. The Lazy Song - Jake Vargas, Joshua Dionisio, Derrick Monasterio, Kristofer Martin and Alden Richards
  10. Back to December - Barbie Forteza, Bea Binene, Louise delos Reyes, Lexi Fernandez, Joyce Ching and Yassi Pressman
  11. Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now - All Star Cast
  12. Pers Lab - Barbie Forteza
  13. Kaba - Jake Vargas and Bea Binene
  14. Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now (Minus One)
  15. kaba -kristoffer martin and joyce ching duet

Media Release[edit]

The film was released onto DVD and VCD-formats on January 15, 2012 under GMA Records Home Video. However, it recently made their television premiere on April 22 at the same year on its film producer of TV arm GMA Network.

Reception[edit]

According to Box Office Mojo, the movie has a final gross of Php 32.29 million.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tween Academy (2012 film)". Box Office Mojo. 
  2. ^ Nora V. Calderon, "Tween Hearts, now on its third season, gets another extension until September 2011,", Philippine Entertainment Portal, June 10, 2011, retrieved August 16, 2011 (Tagalog)