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Hannah Montana - The Movie

Miley Stewart (Miley Cyrus) has been enjoying the "best of both worlds" by living anonymously as an average American teen, while her popular stage persona Hannah Montana enjoys national recognition. Fearing her pop-star status is beginning to go to her head, her father (Billy Ray Cyrus) decides the teen needs to remember her humble roots -- so he takes the singer back to their hometown of Crowley Corners, Tennessee. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: A
Violence: B
Sexual Content: A-
Language: A-
Drugs/Alcohol: A
Run Time: 100
Theater Release: 10 Apr 2009
Video Release: 18 Aug 2009
MPAA Rating: G
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Why Is Hannah Montana - The Movie Rated G?

When Miley is unable to break through a throng of screaming fans to get into the arena for her concert, she and her friend steal a golf cart from a security guard and drive wildly through the building. A reporter repeatedly attempts to get an interview with the young performer. Two females hit, kick, tackle and push each other during a fight. One of them narrowly misses hitting the other with the pointed heel of a shoe. Other cartoon-type violence includes a girl being dropped by a group of boys and falling off a horse. A boy is supposedly bitten in the posterior by an alligator. A cake explodes covering a young man with icing. A man is tricked into eating hot sauce. Later he trips on small objects, falls through a decaying porch and rolls down a hillside into a pool of mud. A man mistakenly breaks a large number of collector plates. Characters fall out of trees or have a small rodent climb inside their clothes. A couple is sprayed with a fire extinguisher. Two adults kiss and embrace. Infrequent mild cussing.

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