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StarStruck Extended Edition DVD + Full-Length Soundtrack CD Review

Jun 07, 2010

Disney's StarStruck is officially out on DVD (an Extended Edition DVD that comes with a Full-Length Soundtrack CD, to boot)! The movie is about a girl who falls for a pop star. Funny and dreamy with lots of light-hearted drama, the DVD comes with special features we know you're gonna swoon over!


The Movie

Jessica (Danielle Campbell) has had it with her sister's obsession with pop star Christopher Wilde (Sterling Knight), so when she and Christopher accidentally bump into each other, he doesn't get a warm reception. Unfortunately, thanks to the paparazzi, Jessica and Christopher are forced to spend some time together.


After a day running from the cameras/sightseeing, the two get to know each other better. Christopher is not as bad as Jessica thought, and Jessica has something to offer that Christopher has not gotten from other girls: the truth. But when their new relationship threatens Chris' shot at getting the part in a new movie, the truth takes a back seat, and Jessica wonders if her first impression of Chris was the right one.


The Extras

Check out the following special features on the DVD:

  • Rock Along: You can watch the movie with karaoke-style subtitles for the musical parts!
  • Music Videos: The DVD contains three music videos:
    1. StarStruck by Christopher Wilde
    2. Something About the Sunshine by Anna Margaret
    3. Party Up by Stubby

The Soundtrack

After you finish watching the film, rock out to the music from StarStruck by playing these tracks from the CD soundtrack:

    1. StarStruck / Christopher Wilde
    2. Shades / Christopher Wilde
    3. Hero / Christopher Wilde & Stubby
    4. Something About the Sunshine / Christopher Wilde & Anna Margaret
    5. What You Mean to Me / Christopher Wilde
    6. Party Up / Stubby
    7. Got to Believe / Christopher Wilde
    8. Hero (Unplugged) / Christopher Wilde & Stubby
    9. Something About the Sunshine / Anna Margaret
    10. New Boyfriend / Anna Margaret
    11. Welcome to Hollywood / Mitchel Musso
    12. Make a Movie / Jasmine Sagginario

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