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Miley Stewart is like any other teenage girl. She juggles friends, school and family, but unlike most teenagers, she is secretly a pop star called Hannah Montana. When her popularity starts to take control of her life, her father sends her on a vacation to his hometown in the Tennessee back country, to give her a perspective on what really matters in life.Written by
Brooke Shields: Brooke has a brief appearance reprising her role as Miley's Mom, but has no lines. She appears with a young Miley as Miley herself looks at the picture frame while in her room. See more »
When Miley and Travis where taking a bath in the waterfalls, Travis grabs the rope and tumbles to his left. In the next shot, Travis was swinging not in the water. See more »
[after Travis sees Miley take off her Hannah wig]
Travis, please let me explain!
Explain what? How you were makin fun of me? Laughin at me? Lyin to me this whole time. I was honest with you. I told you how I felt.
[about to cry]
And I feel the same way.
No you don't. Cause I would've never treated you like that. You know what... Miley? Hannah? Whoever you are... We're done.
Travis! Travis please.
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I hate the show with a burning passion, but amazingly I hate the film more. When Disney is not making classic animated films they are shamelessly ripping off little girls with things like High School Musical, The Jonas Brothers, and the worst of them all Hannah Montana. Miley Cirus can't sing or act, but thanks to Disney she is a big star. Why is the show successful? It gives girls a leader who they want to be like. In front of them is a role model, but from behind the smoke and mirrors is just a rip off scam to get parents to cough up money. It has no charm, it has no soul, and the film makes that even more evident. The jokes are terrible, the film is extremely cliché, none of the actors can act, the songs make my ears bleed, and the plot is beyond idiotic. Every last character I hate. Nobody is likable. Miley is a bitch, her father is an awful actor, Miley's love interest is uninteresting, Miley's best friend is stupid, and everyone else I don't care at all about. The romance is like a stale piece of dry bread. You don't feel any emotion. In fact the whole entire movie is like that. It is stale, uninteresting, stupid, and soulless. It also throws in a F*CK YOU of an ending moral. I'm not going to spoil it, but simply put they made the worst moral I have ever seen. I mean you could have put a commercial for the Hannah Motana series at the end, and it would have the same exact thing as the moral. The music is also a thing to talk about with this movie. Let me say that it is the equivalent to hearing an innocent kitten getting slaughtered. There is few films that I have watched that have made me start crying in pain screaming for it to end. Congratualations movie because you have done it.
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