Saturday, February 12, 2011

Movie Review - Hannah Montana: The Movie

by Alex Popp

She's had the best of both worlds... now, she'll have to choose just one.

In Hannah Montana: The Movie, Miley Cyrus stars as Miley Stewart, who's dad decides that it's time for her to take a break from her pop star fame. So he takes her on a trip to her hometown of Crowley Corners, Tennessee to get some perspective on what matters in life the most. There she meets a boy (played by Lucas Till) whom she went to school with in first grade. He shows her that life's a climb, leading her to write the smash hit, "The Climb."

The majority of voters on imdb gave the movie a 1/10. But it must be acknowledged that this is a movie aimed toward young kids ages 7-10. I saw this movie with my sister yesterday and she laughed her head off. She loved it. Of course I didn't love it as much, but I applauded at the surprising appearance by the country music favorites, Taylor Swift and Rascal Flatts. No, it's not an epic, Oscar-winning film, and it's no surprise it didn't win any awards for acting, but it was a little funny and there was some redeeming value between Miley and her dad, and they both have to make some tough decisions, even though [they decide] against what they want most. Not bad for a plotless DCOM.

Rated G, suitable for any juvenile audiences.

Two and a half stars (out of four) for the predictable but perky, "Hannah Montana: The Movie."

Review by Alex Popp for The Animation Empire blog.

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