Starstruck (Extended Edition DVD + Full-Length Soundtrack CD)
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A musical romance featuring pop stars, paparazzi, and the pains that come with fame.
Jessica Olson and her older sister Sara are heading to Los Angeles from Kalamazoo, Michigan on a family trip to visit their Grandma. Sara is obsessed with pop star Christopher Wilde and hopes to track him down while in California. Jessica could care less about the stuck up star and would rather go sightseeing. When the Olson’s arrive in L.A., Sara takes Jessica on a hunt to find Christopher. A chance meeting with the star sets off a series of adventures set against the backdrop of Hollywood during which Jessica begins to drop her preconceptions about Christopher as he reveals his true self, and the duo start to fall for each other.
• Both feature exclusive extended scene
• Both offer bonus features:
o Rock along with the movie (featuring 7 songs from the film that viewers can sing-along to)
o 3 music video’s: StarStruck, Something About The Sunshine, and Party Up
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Top Customer Reviews
It shows not everyone will overlook rudeness and superficial friendliness to let you be their close friend. Sometimes it takes superstar action of young people to find the acceptance of others, in a truthful loving and caring special way. Someone has to be strong enough to call you on your actions towards them and others. One can't buy true friends with money and gifts, how shallow that is - but it does reflect on what kind of person you choose to be.
This movie shows families in different lights. Grandparents are in an inter-racial relationship. Parents are dealing with teen dynamics of sibbling warfare that goes to the extreme between daughters likes, issues, and solutions of each.
Do each of the girls eventually gets their wishes fulfilled? Does the oldest get to meet her star and adore him like a true fan? Does the younger daughter find a true friend and does her wish get fulfill, too? Does the Star find a loving working relationship with his parents, agents, fans, friends? Does he accept his parents actions managing his career or how does he chose to handle it? Is there a better way to attack his career issues to reach a happier, calmer place that will give him some space to grow as a person?
Are your parents necessary to help you stay safe and grounded in a high stress career? However, they too can lose site of the direction of a childs career which seems to have happen with these parents. Does it work out for everyone in a healthier and happier relationships? WOW...yes I would say this movie (DVD) has a lot to say about relationships.
Maybe this movie could be used in classroom discussion groups or -?- to help young people to build relationships and or loving friendships? Just a thought kids, parents, grandparent, and teachers!!!
This family Movies has a strong story with great crazy moments that even real families on vacations have but stays true to family time, respectful children of their adults, clean speach, no nudity, obey parents rules, and have crazy fun but not to destructive of others possesson (except Grandma car..LOL!!!)
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. Christopher thinks he's protecting her from the media, plus there's this notion that his being seen hanging out with an ordinary girl would ruin his chances at a movie deal. Both Jessica and Christopher kind of have a point (that is, regarding Christopher's trying to protect Jessica's privacy; the not wanting to be seen with her because of the movie thing is kind of a jerk move). But this is a Disney movie, where sad endings don't exist unless you're a dog with rabies. The story's climax allows our pining protagonists to make up in glorious Disney fashion, and it takes place in a *gasp* high school dance. I know, right? This has absolutely never been done before.
There's a chance that Danielle Campbell may have been just a tad too cranky, but I don't think her witchiness will turn off the audience. She and Knight have a spark together, and this really is what makes this movie so watchable. The songs are whatever, although Sterling does deliver that terrific acoustical performance by the pool at the party. Brandon Mychal Smith, Knight's SONNY WITH A CHANCE co-star, provides some chuckles and dude even raps some and his flow is tight. I'm swayed to rate this film 3.5 out of 5 stars.
This is the Extended Edition and here's the bonus material that's relevant to the film: the exclusive extended music scene - featuring the song "Got to Believe"; 3 music videos: Sterling Knight's "StarStruck", Anna Margaret's "Something About the Sunshine"; Stubby's "Party Up"; and "Rock Along" - an option on the DVD which allows you to sing along as the song lyrics pop up karaoke-style during the film's musical performances.