StarStruck 2010 NR CC

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Pop star Christopher Wilde is faced with following his heart or doing what's best for his career.

Starring:
Sterling Knight, Danielle Campbell
Runtime:
1 hour 25 minutes

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StarStruck

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Product Details

Genres Musical, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Michael Grossman
Starring Sterling Knight, Danielle Campbell
Supporting actors Maggie Castle, Brandon Smith, Chelsea Kane, Matt Winston, Toni Trucks, Abbie Cobb, Beth Littleford, Dan O'Connor, Alice Hirson, Lauren Bowles, Ron Pearson, Hugh Dane, Sunkrish Bala, Harry Perry, Brittani Osborne, Carrie Blasgen, Shaun Davis, Korey Dunaway
Studio Disney Channel
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

A great movie for young kids to watch.
Brooke Johnson
Don't get too hyped up about this movie, just relax and watch it... You will love it!
Derik Stowell
He is a Great in light comedy and sings good in this movie.
Unforgetable

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Archiblad the 2nd on April 2, 2010
Format: DVD
It was quite predictable but very good, mainly because of Christopher Wilde.
It's your typical Ella Enchanted tale: Younger sister has to listen to older sisters rants
about the teenage heartthrob, ends up meeting/falling in love with him, etc, etc, etc.
I'm glad they made it into a movie!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 8, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
STARSTRUCK tells a tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme, and all that jazz. It's a Disney flick that should charm its pre-teen viewers with its dose of wholesome. The two young leads - Sterling Knight and Danielle Campbell - carry the load. It's a cinch that the target audience will forgive the cliches peppering this tale of a pop star teen idol struggling for a measure of normalcy in his crazy Hollywood life. Parents ought not to have problems with their kids parking themselves on the couch to watch this film. I've seen worse teen flicks, and STARSTRUCK is actually better than most.

A level-headed teen from Michigan, Jessica Olson (Danielle Campbell) has to visit her grandma in Los Angeles, but she's not at all enamored with the holiday trip. Not as gaga, anyway, as her older sister, what's her face, who proclaims herself the number one fan of teen pop sensation Christopher Wilde (Sterling Knight). But it's Jessica who accidentally bumps into Christopher Wilde, and it's Jessica whom Christopher hangs out with for an evening and a day, as they dodge paparazzis, see the sights, all along squabbling and sniping and inevitably falling for each other. See? Tale as old as whatever...

It takes a lot to impress Jessica, and Christopher's celebrity status and whining about the paparazzis only maker her roll her eyes. But Christopher is a pretty good dude and flashes those blue eyes, and Jessica isn't a robot. But reality steps in, or reality as it is in Hollywood, anyway, and it drives these two apart. Will Christopher, who is so not in control of his life that he can't ever say no to anyone, let a good thing slip away? Jessica just wants him to be honest. It kills her that Christopher is so mired in his larger-than-life existence, so oblivious about the things that really matter.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Dan-Fabian Parra on June 6, 2010
Format: DVD
"StarStruck", the latest flick from Disney Channel, is a polished and tween-adjusted product for the hardcore Disney Channel fan base and a perfect film to its target group. While its not the very best original movie that I've seen from Disney Channel, it still makes a decent and passable watch to pass 90 minutes with.

It seems as Disney loves to milk the concept about pop stars connecting with the "real world", something that they've tried on "Hannah Montana", "Camp Rock" and now "Starstruck". Not that the concept is specifically worn out, but it has been used a couple of times to make the concept absent of any surprises or plot twists. "Starstruck" follows the same pattern and delivers a quite predictable story, without any innovative twists and turns (not that its ought to be expected by a TV movie, though). However, despite that and a few unsolved subplots, the film delivers a sincere and sweet love story, which actually works and comes off as believable.

Sterling Knight ("17 Again", "Sonny With a Chance") is spunky and charming as the pop star Christopher Wilde. The beautiful Danielle Campbell is passable in her role as the girl lead, Jessica Olsen and does look distractingly young compared to Knight (according to sources, she was fourteen during the filming). Although she's been given a less compelling part, she does pull some emotional moments quite well. Brandon Mychal Smith ("Phil of the Future", "Sonny With a Chance") is likeable as Chris' friend Stubby, while Maggie Castle is quite convincingly annoying as the Jessica's sister Sara, which is obsessed with Chris Wilde. However, its a pity that the likeable Chelsea Stub ("JONAS") has been given a rather thankless role.

The music, however, is the component on the film which disappoints a bit.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Derik Stowell on August 20, 2010
Format: DVD
Don't get too hyped up about this movie, just relax and watch it... You will love it! It was such a cute film! I wish I could find a list of 10 or so movies just like it. They need to make more movies just like this. The storyline was excellent, the acting was good, and the characters were excellent!
I am going to watch it again tonight. I have already recommended this to a bunch of my friends. Don't get too anticipated about this and watch it for what it is, and you will love it.
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With the success of Disney original movies such as the "High School Musical", "Camp Rock", "Princess Protection Program" and"Wizard of Waverly Place - The Movie", these films have literally been ratings gold for the Disney Channel. And this time around, Disney tries to repeat their TV movie success with "StarStruck" starring "Sonny with a Chance" actor Sterling Knight, "Prison Break" actress Danielle Campbell, "Sonny with a Chance" actor Brandon Mychal Smith and "JONAS" actress Chelsea Staub.

"StarStruck" is directed by Michael Grossman "Dirty Sexy Money", "Zoey 101', "Grey's Anatomy") and a teleplay by Barbara Johns and Annie DeYoung ("Prison Protection Program", "The Ron Clark Story").

The film debut on the Disney Channel in Feb. 2010 and was #1 in its time slot with kids ages 6-11 and tweens ages 19-14 and was the most watched February original movie premiere in total viewers and now the film will be released on DVD via a original edition and an extended edition which comes with the movie soundtrack and also an extended musical scene for the song "Got to Believe".

"StarStruck" revolves around popular pop star Christopher Wilde (played by Sterling Knight). Always constantly stalked by the paparazzi, Christopher is told that if he wants to be in his first Hollywood movie, he has to stop attracting attention from the paparazzi and show that he is serious about his work. The problem is that despite his best friend Stubby (played by Brandon Miychal Smith) trying to keep him out of trouble, his actress girlfriend Alexis (played by Chelsea Staub) loves the attention from the paparazzi and is good at leaking information of locations where she will be spotted with Christopher.
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