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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
In the original script actress Dolly Parton (Miley Cyrus' s God mother) who played a recurring role as main character Miley Stewart's Godmother Aunt Dolly in the TV series had a part in the movie but was latter dropped after the script was fully finished and her character did not fit in the script or film. See more »
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[after being denied tickets to the Hannah Montana concert]
You're the only popstar I know who can't get into her own concert.
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This movie in my opinion was a waste of film. The acting wasn't good at all. Miley Cyrus provided us with the same stale performance she does in the television series. It is almost a shame that wonderful Vanessa Williams agreed to even do this movie but I guess work is work. I doubt this movie will be remembered in five years. I do believe it is like the Lizzie McGuire movie of today. In two years most people won't even care. This script was very clichéd and slipshod. I did not find one bit of it convincing and if the songs were supposed to be the saving grace then that grace has run out. The music and the songs although most of them from Miley's actual albums although popular with the 8 to 14 crowd will be not considered quality compositions in the eyes of those that know true musical greatness. I would of preferred if she had written more original songs for this movie instead of recycling.
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