Vanessa Hudgens was seventeen when High School Musical made her famous. From a freaky genius girl to a homeless, pregnant teenager, Vanessa Hudgens has had a diverse career. Her movies have ranged from drama to action to independent. Because of the vast differences, it was a great time to take a look at her best films.
The story is about a new kid in town assembles a fledging rock band – together, they achieve their dreams and compete against the best in the biggest event of the year, a battle of the bands. Although it’s the wimpy teen musical that prevails, it’s the misfit coming-of-age story that leaves an impression. Vanessa received an amount of praise from reviewers, emphasizing her transition from being associated with her previous commercial character, Gabriella Montez in High School Musical.
The movie follows a pregnant teenager who flees her abusive mother in search of her father, only to be rejected by her stepmother and forced to survive on the streets until a compassionate stranger offers a hopeful alternative. Vanessa chops off her hair and adds 15 pounds to her frame to help bring a believable grit and a tough exterior to the young teen. The movie has made Vanessa as someone to be taken seriously.
Vanessa acts as a thirteen year old girl’s relationship with her mother is put to test as she discovers drugs, sex and petty crime in the company of her cool but troubled best friend. The film is simply for those who admire fine, focused acting and writing and Vanessa’s acting shines through it.
Freaks of Nature
Gone are the singing days we’ve all come to know and love of Vanessa. Now, we’re immersed in a world of zombies, vampires and aliens. Freaks of Nature will supply you with what appears to be a ton of laughs, as the movie pokes fun at many ’80s films we know so well such as The Terminator. The movie centers on the town of Dillford, Ohio, where the social order consisted of zombies at the bottom, humans in the middle and vampires at the top.