Hannah Montana: The Movie has been blasted by film critics. From San Francisco Chronicle: ‘Even as adults give their blessing for prepubescent moviegoers to see the film, they should be plotting to stay as far away from the theatre as possible. If you’re no longer old enough to carry a Hannah Montana lunch box, this movie will feel like punishment.’
According to The Washington Times: ‘Hannah Montana: The Movie isn’t exactly high art, but that’s not really the point, is it? Fans of the series will find much to enjoy here. Their parents? Not so much.’
From Hollywood Reporter: ‘The film likely won’t match last year’s 31.1-million dollar opening registered by Miley’s all-singing Best of Both Worlds, but Cyrus’ enthusiastic fan base should ensure brisk spring break business.’
According to Salon.com: ‘She has that trying-too-hard look. Maybe it’s the movie’s makeup artists who failed her, as Hannah, she just doesn”t look fresh and dewy enough, as even a teenage pop star ought to. The wig looks a little too much like something Flip Wilson might wear as his own alter ego, Geraldine.’
From New York Daily News: ‘It breaks little ground, but makes the big screen shift with liveliness and sense of humor impressively intact.’ Utah invasion pix
@ MCSource. Pictures from Hannah Montana prom episode here.