Disney’s new movie Secret Society of the Second born Royals

Is it worth the watch?

Peyton Elizabeth Lee at the beginning of her career. Peyton Elizabeth Lee was born in New York City, Peyton moved to Manhattan Beach, California and began her career at the age of 10. She is most known for her lead role in Andi Mack and recurring roles in tv shows. She was nominated for 2 awards and won “Best Young Ensemble in a Television Series” award. She plays Sam in Secret Society of Second Born Royals.

Peyton Elizabeth Lee at the beginning of her career. Peyton Elizabeth Lee was born in New York City, Peyton moved to Manhattan Beach, California and began her career at the age of 10. She is most known for her lead role in Andi Mack and recurring roles in tv shows. She was nominated for 2 awards and won “Best Young Ensemble in a Television Series” award. She plays Sam in Secret Society of Second Born Royals.

Ashley Abram, Editor

This movie takes place in a European Kingdom. Eleanor (Olivia Deeble) prepares to replace her mother as the queen. Her younger sister Sam (Peyton Elizabeth Lee) gets jealous and rebels against her.

She soon learns that she has superpowers and belongs to a secret society of the second born royals.Where they learn how to control and use their powers. Her job is to continue the tradition and keep the kingdom at peace.

This leads Sam and Mike, best friend (Noah Lomax) on adventure.

I thought it would be a movie everyone would enjoy, but its more of  a movie for disney fanatics and kids. The secret society wasn’t as small as I thought it was.

It shows people who have figured out their superpower and joined the society. It only focuses on a few of them though.

I thought their family would at least know about it, but they had to keep it secret. It was better for everyone if it just stayed a secret. Unlike a lot of movies lately this is not based a book series.

Overall this is a great movie with a twist ending. This is available on Disney plus for those who are interested. You might want to spend your time watching this if you enjoyed “Descendents” and other Disney Channel movies.