Miley might not become another Britney, if she keeps away from those way-cute Jonas boys. They look like trouble. I think they've actually experienced hormones.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
For the teenage girl target market, there is no question the film delivers as it alternates between onstage performances and backstage insights
Her great time is your great time -- if you're into it.
| Original Score: 4/5
I can't think of a better recommendation for the DVD... than the fact that my two sons wanted to watch it.
| Original Score: 3/5
I can't help admiring the enthusiasm and musicality Miley Cyrus brings to her routines -- both as Hannah Montana and herself.
Parents of younger fans will be pleased to note that although there's lots of jumping about and running around plus enough lipgloss to paint the Forth Bridge, there is not so much as a hint of raunch.
This movie either marks the end of civilization or it's just jolly good fun.
Anyone under theage of ten won't have a clue what's going on, but it's perfect fodder for its target audience.
Entertaining, thanks entirely to the charms of its 15-year-old star.
| Original Score: 3/4
There's something adorable about this whole Miley Cyrus phenomenon that appeals to, well, the girl in me.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
...not a great concert, but a pretty good one, and great seats.
The movie spectacular to fulfill your little girls' wildest dreams, and at a considerably lower rate than the live concert.
Young fans will love sugary sweet concert film.
For this crowd, Best of Both Worlds is a concert film on the level of Stop Making Sense and The Last Waltz.
For parents who were unable to secure tickets for the young fans in their households, it's nothing short of a godsend.
$15 is a bargain compared to what scalpers were asking us to fork over so our little darlings could see their teen idol.
Cyrus' fans will receive this material as Moses received those tablets from Mount Sinai.
One's opinion of it may depend more on age and parental status than exposure to other rock-concert films. But there's no denying the film delivers on its promise.
It's great for kids to see that Miley doesn't just wake up polished. She makes mistakes, she practices - there's a learning curve and work involved. Fans are sure to enjoy.
Whether you like the music or not, you can't fault Miley -- this young lady works her petite fanny off performing for her fans, and she seems to be having a great time doing it ...
| Original Score: 3.5/5