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Hannah Montana Movie Review

Hannah Montana: The Movie
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Hannah Montana Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Apr 12, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Miley Stewart can’t always have the best of both worlds, especially now that Hannah Montana’s commitments are taking over her life. Kidzworld reviews the amazing film that everyone is talking about—Hannah Montana: The Movie.

It’s not easy living a double life. Especially if half your day is spent being chased around by cunning paparazzi and crazy fans. For Miley Stewart, her duel personality—the international pop sensation, Hannah Montana—is starting to take over her life.

Home is Where the Heart Is

When she plans to miss her grandmother’s birthday for a publicity event, Miley’s dad takes matters into his own hands. He brings Miley back to her hometown in Crowley Corners, Tennessee. At first, she acts bitter and resentful at being dragged away from her rising stardom. But as she settles into her old way of life, she gains perspective on what’s really important.

Hannah Meets Tennessee

But when word gets out that Miley knows Hannah Montana, she’s forced to bring her alter ego to Tennessee. Crowley Corners is in danger of losing its small community feel to a brand new shopping district. And they need Hannah Montana to perform a benefit concert to raise money and stop the construction. Miley’s hometown visit turns into a whirlwind of costume changes, lies and attempts to keep her alter ego a secret. But the truth can’t stay hidden forever.


Revealing the Secret

When her neighbor (and crush), Travis, discovers the truth about Miley, he can’t cope with all the lies. Miley has to do something—anything—to get him back. She realizes that it’s time to bury Hannah and reveal her true identity to the world. But Hannah’s fans aren’t ready to see her go.


The Bottom Line

Like the hit TV show, Hannah Montana: The Movie is filled with hilarious jokes and crazy adventures. It has something for everyone—humor, love, friendship, heartbreak, deceit, secrets and a strong family bond. You’ll absolutely love Miley, her cute cowboy Travis (played by Lucas Till), and the rest of the Hannah Montana gang in this must-see family film.


Hannah Montana: The Movie Rating: 5


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