Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that there's no content in this much-hyped 3D event film that's inappropriate for grade-schoolers and tweens -- who will probably be dying to see it, given Hannah Montana's enormous popularity. Miley/Hannah is likable, wholesome, and friendly, an uber role model for kids. When not onstage, she's shown joking around with others on tour, hanging out with her family, and practicing guitar. That said, it's clear she's also a commodity -- a fact that's punctuated by snippets showing how far fans will go to get tickets and how they dress up like Hannah when attending concerts.
A few dance moves could be construed as slightly suggestive.
Miley/Hannah is fun, energetic, positive, and indefatigable and seems friendly and close to her family. One caveat: She does seem to call for her mother, jokingly or not, anytime she's contradicted by someone on the tour.
Hannah Montana is the product hawked here, and many real-life segments emphasize how coveted tickets to the live show were and how obsessed fans are with all things Hannah/Miley.
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