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| Original Score: 1/5
Cyrus seems to be playing dress-up when she dons the biker gear that is supposedly her second skin. Not-especially-high high jinks ensue.
| Original Score: 2/5
You know something really bad has happened when the FBI are forced to call in Miley Cyrus.
A more convincing star could have saved this, although to be fair to Cyrus, she hasn't much to work with.
So Undercover has a by-the-numbers script which cannibalises most of its ideas from other American college campus films.
There's no sign as yet that the perky but otherwise unremarkable Ms Cyrus is going to find it easy graduating from teen star to grown-up actress.
Cyrus seems bored, as if ready to jump ship to another movie.
Endeavoring to reveal more sides to Cyrus as she moves over to twentysomething pursuits, So Undercover isn't ambitious and brave enough to truly shake up her career in new and exciting ways.
| Original Score: D+
Miley Cyrus stars in this forgettable dud of a campus comedy.
Kelly Osbourne's peculiar turn as her sassy roommate doesn't up the fizz.
Its target audience will lap it up...but the rest of us will be searching for deep cover.
| Original Score: 3/5
To keep up her cover, Miley Cyrus's private eye has to spout nonsense like 'Totes!' and 'Amazeballs!' while pretending to be an empty-headed ditz... when the story finally gets wrapped up, 'Amazeballs' will not be the word that comes to your lips.
The plotting is confused, perfunctory and for much of the way ignored.
That the movie is slated for a straight-to-DVD release in the US next year is probably indicative of its cinematic potential. It all feels a little bit sitcommy.
A turkey that may serve a useful function in being the last nail in the coffin of Miley Cyrus's acting career.
| Original Score: 0/5
As Miley Cyrus vehicles go, this is entirely watchable fluff, enlivened by likeable performances and some decent one-liners.