1. "Smart House" (1999) Castle Resource Center / Via resources.entercastle.com Add a few more gadgets, bring back Ryan Merriman as the Dad because hubba hubba, and we have "Smart House 2." 2. "Cadet Kelly" (2002) Bustle / Via bustle.com Movies like "Cadet Kelly," and even "Legally Blonde," work because they tell the classic tale of a beauty queen gone bad ass. How does "From Cadet to Officer" sound? 3. "Jett Jackson: The Movie" (2001) Torrent Butler / Via torrentbutler.eu RIP Lee Thompson. A collaboration with K.C. Cooper from K.C. Undercover would have made for a great Jett Jackson sequel. 4. "Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century" (1999) Buzzfeed / Via buzzfeed.com Like the characters in "Smart House," Zenon was too ahead of our time. She did well with predicting the 21st century. Let's give her another shot with "Zenon: Girl of the 22nd Century." 5. "Brink!" (1998) Bustle / Via bustle.com Let's take a moment to realize that rollerblading is a dying sport. Avril Lavigne called that one. But that's not to say that if the many skating rinks that shut down opened up shop again, rollerblading could become a thing again. Can I get an amen for "Brink! Back at the Hood?" 6. "Johnny Tsunami" (1999) Alchetron / Via alchetron.com I imagine Johnny Kapahala to have his own "Porno." (Clarification: This term is more related to a grandchild and not pornography.) Living off the coast of California, Johnny and his grandson can be seen riding waves in "Johnny Junior." 7. "The Cheetah Girls" (2003) Fanpop / Via fanpop.com Girl groups are still as big as ever, so no doubt the Cheetah Girls can make a huge comeback. There is a high possibility that Raven-Symone won't sign on, so though it doesn't have the same ring to it, "Cheetah Trio" would be an appropriate title. 8. "Phantom of the Megaplex" (2000) Pretty In Pop / Via alexandralockhart.com I can picture it now. The same movie theater has been shut down since, with the idea that it is haunted. "Ghosts of the Megaplex" rise. 9. "Quints" (2000) ONTD! / Via ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com "Quints Grown Up," just because I'd really like to know what the babies look like now. 10. "Halloweentown" (1998) Odyssey / Via theodysseyonline.com Who's with me as "Halloweentown" being the greatest Disney Channel movie to date? So much that it became a full series through the 2000s. To our dismay though, Kimberly J. Brown was replaced as Marnie, and she should come back to tell the tale in "Halloweentown III: Marnie's New Adventures."