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  • Actors: Hilary Duff, Adam Lamberg, Hallie Todd, Robert Carradine, Jake Thomas
  • Directors: Jim Fall
  • Writers: Susan Estelle Jansen, Ed Decter, John J. Strauss
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 12, 2003
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (265 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005JM9Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,253 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Lizzie McGuire Movie" on IMDb

Special Features

"In The Recording Studio With Hilary" -- An Exclusive Sneak Peek At The Making Of Her New Solo Album

Editorial Reviews

Join America's sweetheart, Lizzie McGuire, on the trip of a lifetime in the theatrical hit THE LIZZIE MCGUIRE MOVIE, starring teen sensation Hilary Duff (AGENT CODY BANKS). Goodbye home! Hello Rome! Lizzie, along with classmates Gordo, Kate, and Ethan, is celebrating with a graduation trip to Italy to experience la dolce vita -- and some awesome pizza! In a whirlwind of comic events, Lizzie is mistaken for Italy's biggest pop diva, Isabella, and falls for Paolo, Isabella's handsome singing partner. Transformed from awkward teen into international pop star, Lizzie now has the choice of a lifetime. Will becoming Italy's next singing sensation also mean leaving her family and close friends behind? It's up to Lizzie to embrace newfound courage and do things she never thought possible. Find out what dreams are made of in THE LIZZIE MCGUIRE MOVIE, plus catch the exclusive sneak peek at Hilary recording her new solo album.

Customer Reviews

It is a very good and funny movie.
SN
I am sixteen going on seventeen, so I am pretty much over the whole Disney thing, but, I'll still see a Disney movie once and a while.
T.M.M.
I watched this movie about a year ago, and I absolutely loved it!
Tracy Wythe

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Wythe on April 2, 2004
Format: DVD
I watched this movie about a year ago, and I absolutely loved it! I just had to rush out and get it on DVD once I had seen it in the theater. It mainly takes place in Rome, Italy. I'm a HUGE fan of Lizzie McGuire, and I still watch it. The only fault with the DVD was that on the back of it, it said that there was an alternate ending. I searched and searched and I couldn't find it in the special features. Other than that, it was a great DVD. If you like Lizzie McGuire, you'll love this DVD.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The Loved One on April 1, 2004
Format: DVD
The summer of 2003 will be memorable for a number of reasons, but one event will stand out in my mind. 2004 was the summer in which negotiations between Disney and Hilary Duff broke down. The bottom line was that Hilary Duff would no longer assume the mantle of Lizzie McGuire. The working title for this film had been, "Ciao Lizzie!" and we see only too late that indeed this film was our goodbye to Lizzie. Knowing that this is our last glimpse into the life of this blossoming heroine infuses The Lizzie McGuire Movie with a certain elegiac resonance. Watching this movie is like a final parting with an intimate childhood friend who moves away before falling out of touch.
The movie, though, is a fitting climax to an entertaining and warm show. The movie faithfully concentrates and expands upon the major themes of the television program. Lizzie, an awkward and klutzy middle school student, must respond to such character-defining challenges as remaining loyalty to friends and family, fulfilling responsibility to others, confronting her fears of not being accepted by her peers, and the general awkwardness of being a teenager. Part of the charm of the movie is its sensitive portrait of Lizzie herself. Lizzie must act decisively and conscientiously despite her self-doubt and clouded self-image. What the film captures ever so subtly is Lizzie's quiet growth and the emergence of her inner strength. We see her emerge from the battlefield of her adolescent war perhaps not unscathed but all the stronger for having survived. At times she is lured astray by such her own vanity or the promise of indulging short terms aspirations such as being popular. She does not always honor the right people and she blindly misplaces her affections at a whim.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Coffee Addicted Writer's Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on September 1, 2012
Format: DVD
Disney Channel has had a hard time adapting their pre-teen series into movies, but The Lizzie McGuire Movie was an exception, despite the fact that the character Miranda was written off.

Lizzie and her best-friend Gordo along with Ethan, Kate, and their other classmates go on a school trip to Italy! Lizzie is mistaken for Italy's biggest singer, Isabella, and Lizzie falls for Isabella's singing partner, Paolo. When Isabella goes missing before an upcoming event, Lizzie must learn how to lip-sing and act like Lizzie. Meanwhile, Lizzie's little brother, Matt, knows the truth about Lizzie. He convinces his parents that he misses his sister and that they should go visit her.

The movie is not perfect, but it is a clean-cut family film.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "hilaryduff" on August 13, 2003
Format: DVD
I LOVE this movie! I reccomend it to EVERYONE who knows, likes, or has a major CRUSH on either Hilary or Lizzie. I loved it! Now I have it. I got it right when Target put it out, and the soundtrack, too! Part of me wishes Kate had gone to Waterslide Wonderland- but at least she didn't! She, like, totally saved Lizzie's life when she covered for her. Um, did you want a short,short, SHORT summary? Okay. That's the summary I can do the best. Well, it goes something like this:
After suffering complete and total humiliation at her junior high graduation, there's only one thing Lizzie McGuire wants to do- leave the country!
Luckily, she's off on a class trip to Rome, where she meets hot Italian pop star Paolo Valisari. Lizzie's in heaven. Even better. It seems that she bears a striking resemblance to Paolo's singing partner Isabella. Lizzie starts getting star treatment-and that's when her adventures really begin!
Is Lizzie in love? Is Paolo really as nice as he seems? And why is Gordo suddenly acting so...jealous?
This movie stars Hilary Duff (Lizzie & Isabella), Adam Lamberg (Gordo), Yani Gellman (Paolo), Jake Thomas (Matt McGuire), Hallie Todd (Jo McGuire), Robert Carradine (Sam McGuire), Ashlie Brillault (Kate Sanders), and Alex Borstein (Mrs. Ungermeyer). It's awesome! U Gotta C It!
Luv,
Hilary
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on August 30, 2005
Format: DVD
I love the Lizzie mcguire episodes. I also love the movie. I love the parts when Gordo and Lizzie kiss and when paoula sets up Lizzie to sing and be famous. I love LIZZIE MCGUIRE FROM ADAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 8, 2004
Format: DVD
Let me tell you this: the movie is good... for the first time you see it. After that, it's stupid. I mean, the plot is entirely unrealistic. I mean, gosh, she's suposed to be a high schooler! I'm nine and I'm more mature than she is in that movie. I wouldn't go running around Rome like some weirdo. I mean, really, and what're the chances that there'd be an international music superstar who looked just like Lizzie only with brown hair? I mean, for cryin' out loud, they just put Hilary in a wig and gave her a computerized Italian accent! Heck, my ten-year-old friend Elizabeth's directing skills are better. I mean, everyone thought the song was so great and cool when the movie first came out, but after you hear it, it's like stupid. It's totally cheesy pop fluff. There are no famous international music stars who sing songs like that, unless all their fans are five-year-olds. And for all the teeny bop pop singer there are, there must be a lot of five-year-olds who listen to a lot of music. I mean, Hilary's an OKAY actor, but nothing special. Her acting is good for little kid movies. I could never see her getting a role in a PG-13 movie. She's America's Clean Teen Queen, her acting made for little kids. Same with her music. I used to think she was a good singer, but if you listen, her voice sounds completely computerized! And have you heard her new album? All the songs sound practically the same, save the lyrics. Her songs are okay, but her computerized voice is what really takes away from it. I'd like to hear her sing in a bare room where she could not possibly fake or lip-sync. I wonder what she'd sound like then. Hmmm... let's think. So many artists lip-sync now, you almost never hear REAL music when you see live concerts. Anyway, just don't buy this DVD. It was okay in theatres, but the effect wears off really fast. Buy something like Lord of the Rings, where the magic never fades.
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