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May 24, 2010
To those of you who don't like Hannah Montana, just don't bother watching the movie!! Anyways, since I am Miley's #1 fan, I loved it. So fun. The whole thing is like something you would play at a sleepover. <3
March 30, 2010
hi hannah
April 04, 2009
Montana, Cyrus, The Jones Brothers. They all have no talent and could not perform a decent song even if they tried.
March 26, 2009
I CAN't WAIT 4 THE MOVIE!!!!!hahaha
January 10, 2009
i hate hannah montana and miley cyrus!!!!! the jonas brothers rock and they are so cute (nick) so yah sry miley cyrus but try again next time!

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Movie picks up momentum midway through, when Cyrus is joined by the three Jonas Brothers, who know exactly how to play the crowd and the cameras. As 3-D goes, watching them criss-cross in space proves more engaging than observing one strutting performer. Full Review
Aidin Vaziri
San Francisco Chronicle
If it wasn't for the stellar 3-D effects, there wouldn't be much to stop this hastily produced film from heading straight to DVD. But the scene at the end where all the confetti comes flying out and the pyrotechnics go off? Even I was willing to let out a little scream for that. Full Review
Andy Webster
The New York Times
What you do see are diverting 3-D effects and lots of playing to the camera by Ms. Cyrus, who performs as both herself and as her television alter ego, Hannah Montana. To her credit her attire isn’t tawdry, and it appears that she can sing. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
Note: We're giving this one 4 stars if you're under 12; 2-1/2 stars if you're not...That unwieldy name should give you some sense of Disney's intentions: this is, plain and simple, a consolation prize for all the frustrated fans who couldn't get tickets to Cyrus' sold-out stadium tour last year. Full Review
Elysa Gardner
USA Today
Bouncy tunes such as "Nobody's Perfect" and "Girls' Night Out" are delivered with a glib flirtatiousness that offsets their generically sensitive and empowering messages. Full Review

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