Hannah Montana: Miley Says Goodbye?
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Be the first to see the entire groundbreaking premiere of the pivotal Hanna Montana Season Three Finale! In Miley Says Goodbye? watch as Miley struggles with her biggest decision yet! Will she leave her rock-star life in Malibu to return home to her Tennessee roots to be with her favorite horse, Blue Jeans? In these 6 episodes from the Emmy-nominated series, including the finale that you can check out on DVD first, Miley must take control of her own life and listen to her heart. In this fully loaded DVD, David Archuleta (from American Idol) guest stars, and Cody Linley returns as Jake in an hour-long episode that has Miley thinking He Could Be The One. And you won't believe the exclusive alternate ending! Add in incredible bonus features like Sister Secrets! and Hannah's Highlights, and you've got the ultimate extra special Hannah Montana event DVD that you won't want to miss!
Bonus Features include: He Could Be The One Alternate Ending, Hannah's Highlights: You Never Give Me My Money Episode, Sister Secrets Miley's Real-Life Sister Reveals Another Side Of Miley!
Growing up means becoming more responsible, and Miley (Miley Cyrus) and her brother Jackson (Jason Earles) face some difficult, life-changing decisions in the final six episodes of the third and penultimate season of Hannah Montana. "You Never Give Me Money" finds Jackson pleading for a later curfew and Miley angling for a raise in her allowance, but when puppy-dog eyes and begging don't seem to convince their dad (Billy Ray Cyrus), Jackson and Miley discover that acting responsibly might just do the trick. Hannah has to stand up to her father and a crazy choreographer in "Papa's Got a Brand New Friend," and in "Promma Mia," she has to choose between singing a duet with David Archuleta and keeping her word to a geeky classmate. "He Could Be the One" chronicles Hannah's simultaneous infatuation with Jake and fellow band member Jesse and her turmoil over deciding which boy to date. In the end, it's Miley's departed mother that helps Miley realize that true happiness can only be found by following her heart. This episode is punctuated by a multitude of hilarious musical interludes performed by Jackson and Rico (Moises Arias) in a range of musical styles, including a Scottish jig, a Caribbean song, a Broadway duet, and even a disco number. The surprisingly moving two-part episode "Miley Says Goodbye?" may just signal the end of an era for Hannah Montana fans as Miley struggles to decide whether to remain in Hollywood or return to her home town of Crowley Corners, Tennessee. While Miley can't imagine moving away from her close friends Lilly (Emily Osment) and Jackson (Mitchel Musso), she misses her horse Blue Jeans, her family, and her life in the country. After some bizarre dreams in which Miley's horse pleads with her to come home, Miley again realizes that only by listening to what's in her heart can she figure out which course of action will make her happy. Only one question remains: how will her friends and family feel about her decision?
The Hannah Montana television series has consistently done a good job of portraying the joys and difficulties of growing up, and these final episodes of the third season do not disappoint. Bonus features include an alternate ending to "He Could Be the One"; "Sister Secrets," which features eight minutes of cast interviews by Miley Cyrus's real-life sister Brandi Cyrus; and a rendition of the episode "You Never Give Me Money," with more pop-up trivia than one would imagine possible. Viewers can only guess at what the final season of Hannah Montana will bring. (Ages 7 and older) Tami Horiuchi
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Some people say that Miley Cyrus isn't so talented, and I disagree. She does have presence. But what I like best about her is that she's pretty fearless with the comedy bits. She doesn't mind looking less than glamorous in her scenes if she can get a laugh out of it. I think she'll do well post-HANNAH MONTANA, especially if Disney's got her back. In the meantime, I say enjoy this series because it won't be around for much longer, and then we're all gonna be short one really good and wholesome show. The goofy humor is about what you'd expect and adults will probably roll their eyes, especially with Jason Earles and Moises Arias unashamedly hamming it up. The pre-teens, though, will eat it up. Me, the comedy I really enjoy comes from the sharp interactions between Miley and Emily Osment. These two demonstrate really terrific timing and chemistry, and can you say Lucy and Ethel?
This bunch of episodes are all pulled from Season 3 and features guest appearances by David Archuleta and Brooke Shields.
- "You Never Give Me My Money" - Miley suspects her dad's giving her her own checking account just may be a test. Jackson can't find his cell phone, which sort of puts a black eye on his claim of being more responsible.
- "Papa's Got A Brand New Friend" - When Miley accidentally pushes her choreographer out the window, her replacement instantly bonds with Robby Ray. Except that this new choreographer, behind Miley's dad's back, is a bit of a tool. And Oliver wants to break up with Joanie.
- "Promma Mia" - Miley doesn't have a date for the prom, and the guy she likes isn't taking the hints. And, being a nice kid, how can she turn down the nerd who does ask her?
- "He Could Be The One" - Miley and her ex-beau Jake Ryan are secretly dating, but Miley is trying to soften Robby Ray up for when she tells him. But then Jesse - the cute, brooding guitar player in her band - enters the picture. Watch for Jackson and Rico's hilarious turn as the singing Chorus.
- "Miley Says Goodbye?" (Parts 1 & 2) - A homesick Miley decides to go back to Tennessee. Oliver gets offered a gig opening for a rock band but it's a tour that'll take him away from Lilly for six months. Jackson moves out on his own, but he picks a pretty shabby apartment.
The DVD bonus stuff includes: an alternate ending for "He Could Be The One"; An option to have fun fact pop-ups in the "You Never Give Me My Money" episode; and "Sister Secrets," in which Miley's real-life sister Brandi interviews the cast and takes us on a tour of the sets. And, yes, the DVD also comes with a glittery photo of Miley and Blue Jeans and there's an inset place for your own photo.