Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this made-for-TV movie portrays stereotypical high-school students, grouping them into neat little cliques including "populars" and "jocks." The only ones who escape shallowness are Jamie and her best friends. Jamie's character is strengthened by her struggles with the pressures of success; the self-awareness and confidence she gains by listening to her conscience is a worthwhile lesson for tweens and teens. Themes of friendship and loyalty are emphasized throughout the movie.
Very mild: Boy/girl flirting and a couple of kisses.
Jamie's parents are very much involved in her life, and the whole family pitches in to make their business succeed. Mom Peggy enjoys Jamie's stardom even more than Jamie does, and pushes her daughter to use all possible avenues to promote her success. High school students are stereotyped as jocks, popular kids, and geeks. One of Jamie's best friends is African-American.
Teens have all the latest high-tech gadgets, including cell phones and fancy laptops.
Drugs / Tobacco /