Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this squeaky-clean Disney movie is a worry-free choice for tweens. Sara's infatuation with Christopher -- while possibly grating on parents' nerves -- may resonate with viewers and raise some issues about our celebrity-obsessed society and the role the media plays in it. The story promotes strong messages about honesty, humility, self-acceptance, and strength of character, inspiring tweens to have confidence in themselves and their beliefs, even if it means going against the flow.
Lots of flirting, and a couple of innocent kisses between teens.
The movie promotes positive themes of self-image, individuality, and honesty. A teen celebrity must make a difficult choice between playing to others' impression of him to further his career and staying true to himself and treating the people he cares about with respect.
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