Go Figure

Music review by
Kathi Kamen Goldmark, Common Sense Media
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Girl-power rocks.

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Positive Messages

Very positive message for young girls.

Violence & Scariness

Not an issue.

Sexy Stuff

It's all squeaky-clean.

Language

"Shut Up!" is the strongest language used.

Consumerism

"Taco Bell" is mentioned; an insert advertises other CDs; soundtracks are commercial by definition.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

Not an issue.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this soundtrack includes nine cute-as-pie songs with uplifting messages for young girls.

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Teen, 14 years old Written bybandgeekl April 9, 2008

A Great message about not giving up!

This is a great message. It teaches kids to never give up when things get hard.
Teen, 14 years old Written bylife1010 July 19, 2018

perfect

I think it's a great movie, and that there aren't enough reviews about so not many have watched this movie

What's the story?

All of the songs from the Disney Channel original movie GO FIGURE are delivered with the usual high Disney standards of production and musicianship and an inspirational girl-power message. High points are the title song, performed by Everlife; Raven-Symone's \"Life Is Beautiful\"; the dramatic \"Crash Goes My World,\" performed exquisitely by Cadence Grace; and the delightful punk-infused \"Greatest Day\" by Bowling for Soup. Brie Larson's \"neener neener\" message and saucy vocal on \"She Said\" is another adorable contribution.

Is it any good?

Eight of the nine energetic tracks feature female lead vocals, unusual for soundtrack compilations. Lyrics are upbeat, positive, and squeaky-clean. The arrangements are surprisingly powerful with strong rhythm tracks and crystal-clear vocals. Clearest of all is the message: "I can do anything, just watch me!" -- formulaic perhaps, but it's an important message that needs to reach a lot of young girls.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about what it takes to push yourself to achieve a goal.

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