Brink wouldn’t be able to get away with all of his secret Team X-Blade practices because someone on the team would check him into practice on foursquare.
2. Up, Up, and Away!
Scott Marshall could easily pretend he had acquired his superpowers by creating a vine showing that he could fly with the help of a little stop-action animation.
3. The Luck of the Irish
An onlooker in the crowd records Kyle involuntarily step dancing to the folk music at the Irish carnival, uploads it to YouTube, where it is found by Ellen Degeneres’ team. Ellen invites Kyle and his family onto her show, where they resolve the unknown family history issue, no demonic leprechaun needed.
4. Smart House
Nick Cooper (the dad) ends up falling in love with Pat. The family-friendly edition of Her.
Marnie wouldn’t feel like such an outcast because she became tumblr famous several years ago due to her Halloween dedicated blog.
6. The Cheetah Girls
RuPal would star as the high school music teacher, Drinka Champagne. When it comes time for The Cheetah Girl to prove themselves worthy of winning the talent show, Drinka will prompt them to LIPSYNC FOR THEIR LIVES.
7. Gotta Kick It Up
Naya Rivera would replace Susan Egan and star as (a sassier) Coach Bartlett. I mean, she already has the same colored uniform.
Instead of turning to visual arts for comfort during her time of isolation, Jamie Grover would create a web series and vlog about the trials and tribulations of being the older sister to quints.
Andi would have Facebook stalked Dean, accidentally liked one of his photos, where in turn he would have found her profile, and the whole gender switch reveal would have happened way earlier.
10. Cadet Kelly
After having her favorite rainbow blanket taken away, Kelly would also get in trouble for staying up late and binge-watching Keeping Up With The Kardashians on Netflix.
11. Get A Clue
While Lexi Gold and her team are suppose to be monitoring the hotel lobby at the end of the movie, they accidentally get distracted by a boozy bottomless brunch. $2 mimosas, anyone?
12. Pixel Perfect
Sweet, sweet Ricky Ullman would have been a loner in high school, and after having enough of the popular mean jock pick on him, he would create his pretty hollogram girl and try to catfish the jock. By the end of the movie, Ricky would have learned that it’s not okay to toy with people’s feelings, ending with a montage of him and some new friends.
13. Johnny Tsunami
We’d actually like to keep this one the same. It’s a timeless classic about classism and accepting the differences in others. And we miss the famous Jett Jackson’s squiggly hat.