Bad Hair Day (English Complet)

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Bad Hair Day is a 2015 Disney Channel Original Movie, starring Laura Marano (from Austin & Ally), Leigh-Allyn Baker (from Good Luck Charlie) and Christian Campbell.[2] The first promo aired on Disney Channel during the Season 3 finale of Austin & Ally"Relationships & Red Carpets" on November 23, 2014. The film premiered on February 13, 2015.


[edit]Set in Boston, Monica Reeves (Laura Marano), a high school tech whiz, is determined to become prom queen. She prepares herself the day before prom so she can save time when it comes, and thinks nothing will go wrong. But on the big day, she suddenly wakes up having a bad hair day, and her destroyed prom dress, broken shoes, and everything that can go wrong does go badly wrong (and of course the hair). While all this is happening, Monica's friend witnesses everything. Then, a doorbell is heard and Monica opens the door to a lady claiming to be an FBI agent. Liz Morgan (Leigh-Allyn Baker) seeks the necklace that Monica somehow ends up possessing, after buying it at an antique shop, wanting to recover it and get her job back. Prom day goes wrong as the pair is pursued by Pierce Peters (Christian Campbell) on a wild ride around the city. At the end of the movie, Monica and Liz are lured into a trap by Pierce but they outsmart him and he is arrested. Monica and Liz go to the prom in a full police procession and the movie ends with a happy ending, the two both learning valuable lessons.
  • Laura Marano as Monica Reeves, a high school tech whiz who prefers to choose things based on other people's opinions.[3]
  • Leigh-Allyn Baker as Liz Morgan, a "down-on-her-luck cop" who is tracking down a diamond necklace Monica purchased at a pawn shop.[2][3]
  • Christian Campbell as Pierce Peters, a "dogged jewel thief" who is trying to steal Monica's diamond necklace.[2][3]
  • Kiana Madeira as Sierra, Monica's best friend.[3]
  • Christian Paul as Ed, Liz's former partner.[3]
  • Alain Goulem as Monica's dad who works as a nurse.[3]
  • Jake Manley as Kyle, Monica's former boyfriend.[3]
  • Zoé De Grand Maison as Ashley, Monica's rival.[4]
  • Susan Almgren as The Chief. She is Liz's mother and the strict chief of police.[4]

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Filming occurred in the city of MontrealQuebec.[5][6] In an interview with Variety, Baker said, "I wanted to executive produce because I wanted to see what it was like to build and fulfill a vision from the ground up, and since this was Disney Channel’s first movie with an adult lead, I wanted that role to be protected and I wanted the movie to have my creative stamp on it." She also liked that she got to work on the Disney movie because it taps into her family unit fanbase. Marano also mentioned that it was her first DCOM. Filming took place in Montreal. Marano noted that in contrast to Austin & Ally which had four cameras and shot about ten scenes a day, the film shot with fewer cameras and fewer scenes, one of which took the entire day.[7]
Marano said that she likes that her character embodies two normally contrasting high school cliches – a prom queen nominee who likes beauty and fashion and is popular, and a computer whiz who has a nerdy tech obsession and codes.[8][9] She also likes that she relates with her character when deciding whether to go to the state college or MIT.[9]
The film's soundtrack was composed by Michael Corriveau. He mixed over 60 minutes of music with Sylvain Lefebvre of Lamajeure. According to the Lamajeure website, the soundtrack used pop, rhythmic and classical music. Corriveau worked with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Prague, and the recording was done at the Dvorak Hall at theRudolfinum.[10][11]
The feature song is "For the Ride" by Laura Marano. The song used in the trailer was "Nuthin'" by Lecrae.[13] Other songs include: "Rooftop" by Skylar Stecker, "Colorful World" by Shayna Rose,[15] "All Over The World" by The Fooo Conspiracy, "Happy Place" feat. Hanna Ashbook by Oh, Hush![citation needed], and "Heatroc" feat. Lazarus by Agzilla.


The film was first released on February 6, 2015 on WATCH Disney Channel, and had its premiere broadcast in the US on February 13. It to premiered in Canada on theFamily Channel on March 20,and in Australia on April 17.


Bad Hair Day delivered 3.97 million viewers for its television premiere and has had 435,000 views on the WATCH Disney Channel app since it was released on February 6.Amy Amatangelo of The Hollywood Reporter found the duo of Baker and Marano "played well off each other", and that Marano's character was "refreshingly age-appropriate". She found the movie to be goofy but not slapsticky, and that it was "like a junior version of Thelma and Louise albeit with a much, much happier ending."

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