A teen with a taste for pop music has a chance encounter with her favorite singer and experiences a Hollywood adventure beyond compare in this upbeat teen musical for the entire family. For Sara Olson (Maggie Castle), pop star Christopher Wilde (Sterling Knight) is the best thing to happen to music since the microphone. But her younger sister Jessica (Danielle Campbell) doesn't want anything to do with her older sibling's obsession. When the two sisters venture out to LA to visit their
Jun 8, 2010
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Starstruck is entirely forgettable after seeing it from the grown-up perspective.
...the film's progressively tedious vibe [is] compounded by the inclusion of an eye-rollingly pointless fake break-up towards the end.
Parents need to know that this squeaky-clean Disney movie is a worry-free choice for tweens. Sara's infatuation with Christopher -- while possibly grating on parents' nerves -- may resonate with viewers and raise some issues about our celebrity-obsessed s
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