Believe it not, Miley Cyrus's Miley/Hannah, the perky teenager that makes split personalities seem enviable, has words of wisdom to impart to the upcoming generation of young women, and "Hannah Montana: The Movie," is her immensely popular populist vehicle.
Sure, Hannah's mainly little girl fantasy, sprouted of dreams of being a rich and famous singer with loads of sparkly clothes and bright makeup by the gallon. But Miley (the on-screen Miley, that is…) is a grounded girl, built of solid foundation of home and family (represented by her real-life father, country crooner Billy Ray Cyrus).
Which leaves the overall plot of the movie as learning to live somewhere in between, and sometime during "Hannah Montana's" approximately two hours our little girls are all but guaranteed get the perfect mix of sugar-spun dreams and real-life girl revelations.
Here are our top three picks for quality life lessons your brood will learn while watching "Hannah Montana: The Movie."
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