Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009) Review

Hannah Montana’s rising star continues and Miley Stewart is convinced by her father to take a trip back to her hometown in Tennessee to get some perspective on what really matters in life!

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I should so be a lot younger than I am because I really do just love Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus. I think Miley has such a fantastic voice, and can be such a good role model to young girls (despite the hard time she gets in the media).

This movie is a spin off from the popular tv-show Hannah Montana, well not so much a spin off just a big screen version of the show. And I thought it worked out really well, making a longer storyline and having a very good message behind it all, well maybe a couple of good messages in the story.

One being “The Climb” which is a fantastic song and was one of the main points of this movie, that life is a climb and is not always easy and has its moments when it is very difficult to get through. But you have to keep going and believing in yourself. Chase your dreams and not stop until you achieve them.

The other message being about family and always being there for your family because they are always there for you. Making the right choices to keep a lot of people happy, and having to actually disappoint people is another issue faced in this movie. Which I think is also important to clarify that you cannot always keep everyone happy, it is very difficult to do that.

I think that Miley had to choose between her two lifes was very interesting as in the end she got to keep both of them. But it was still an important learning curve for her to understand and remember the reasons why they created Hannah in the first place so she could still be Miley and have a normal life, with real friends and still go to school without anyone knowing her secret. I thought the little girl who kept waiting to get her autograph and was pretty much the first person to know that she was both Miley and Hannah was a cute and nice touch, especially as at the end she said that they could keep her secret. I just loved the innocence of the child added to it all.

I would never have even watched one Hannah Montana episode if it was not for my now 5 year old cousin, who just loves it so much, haha. It is all her fault that I watched it, but it did kind of remind me of the good shows I used to watch when I was little. I think the whole tv series and now this movie, does have good story lines and tackles things that young girls should watch and learn from. As most of the family things and school issues will probably happen to them when they get older.

So overall, I really did enjoy this movie and I am not afraid to admit it.

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