From the moment the film opens on Zac Efron's sweat-drenched face, it's clear this movie is going to take some unDisney-like risks. The students of East High have grown up in this third, and presumably last, instalment of the hugely successful franchise, and how. It's a little more daring, a good bit sassier and a whole lot slicker than its predecessors. It's the students' final year at school - sweet nerd Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens) is off to Stanford, while her jock boyfriend Troy (Efron) plans to accept a basketball scholarship at the nearby state university with his best friend, Chad (Corbin Bleu). There's also a yearbook to produce, a prom to plan and finals to pass before they leave. But they're all going to take part in the spring musical before they go their separate ways. This may ostensibly be a love story about Troy and Gabrielle, but it's the Evans twins who steal the show. From Sharpay's over-the-top cattiness, to Ryan's overall fabulousness, this pair can't help but dominate. A fantastic prediction - or reminder - of heavenly high school days.