Hannah Montana: The Movie – DVD Review


I can honestly say that I thoroughly enjoyed this film. It was funny, entertaining, and had some great music. Yes, many may think I’m on drugs for saying this, but it’s true. Hannah Montana: The Movie is good, clean, family-friendly fun.

Consider this an extension of the Hannah Montana series from the Disney Channel, since it pretty much is. Familiar characters, sitcom-like situations and wackiness, and plenty of music and mayhem fill the movie. Make sure to look for Tyra Banks, Vanessa Williams, and Barry Bostwick who all show up and lend their talents to the movie.

While it’s primarily aimed at tween and teen girls, Hannah Montana: The Movie is surprisingly tolerable for others outside those specific demographics. If you’re looking for sex, vulgarity, violence, or gore, you’d best look elsewhere. This is the very definition of what a live-action G-rated movie is meant to be: lots of lighthearted humor, cartoonish slapstick, and a universal lesson by film’s end.

Will Miley decide to give up her blonde wig and no longer be Hannah Montana? Or will she continue to try and live in both the real world and that of her celebrity personality? You’ll have to watch to find out.

Along with a Digital Copy of the film, the DVD combo pack includes the following special features:

Deleted Scenes

Sub-plots and other sequences that didn’t make the final cut.

Outtakes: Fun with Hannah & The Gang

Crazy fun and bloopers from the film.

Music Video: “The Climb” by Miley Cyrus

The movie is also available in a Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo as well.

If you’re looking for a film that’s appropriate for all ages, Hannah Montana: The Movie is great fun!

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