So the movie does end in kind of a semi-positive way but it still doesn't set the message straight.Anyway to sum it up, its too clichéd and too unoriginal and just like most other movies about American high schools out there.
“I think people loved because Hannah did seem real," Miley continued. I think it got harder when I started touring as both — I toured as Hannah Montana and as myself..."Now that I’m older, I realize that’s a lot to put on a kid," Miley shared.
"To have them have to get their makeup done and also balance school.
well, I would beg to disagree."In the end, the twins' only option was to walk away.
"I don't think [Disney Channel] were willing to work with us, really ever. But the question is, does Brenda regret her Disney roots considering the "kid-y" stigma that often comes along with it?
I'd watch this when I'm really bored because it does have its fun, emotional and touching parts like good movies.