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StarStruck (2010)






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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 grandmother, Sara leads Jessica on a frantic race around town in hopes that they will catch a glimpse of the popular singer. Much to her surprise, they're soon standing face to face with Christopher, and being treated to a guided tour of the city, pop star-style. Later, when Christopher gets the opportunity to cross over into movies, he grows worried that his fame may be having an adverse effect on his personality. Perhaps a friend like Sara is all Christopher needs to help put his glamorous life in perspective, and make the career choices that best reflect his own personal values. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovimore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Television, Kids & Family, Musical & Performing Arts
Directed By: ,
Written By: Annie deYoung, Barbara Johns
On DVD: Jun 8, 2010
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Sterling Knight
as Christopher Wilde
Danielle Campbell
as Jessica Olson
Maggie Castle
as Sara Olson
Chelsea Staub
as Alexis Bender
Dan O'Connor
as Dean Olson
Beth Littleford
as Barbara Olson
Matt Winston
as Alan Smith
Toni Trucks
as Libby Lam
Alice Hirson
as Grandma Olson
Lauren Bowles
as Sherry Wilde
Ron Pearson
as Daniel Wilde
Hugh Dane
as Howard
Sunkrish Bala
as Dr. Sanjay Lad
Brittani Osborne
as Allie Smith
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All Critics (4)

Starstruck is entirely forgettable after seeing it from the grown-up perspective.

Full Review… | July 30, 2012
7M Pictures

...the film's progressively tedious vibe [is] compounded by the inclusion of an eye-rollingly pointless fake break-up towards the end.

Full Review… | June 2, 2011
Reel Film Reviews

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

Full Review… | June 8, 2010
Common Sense Media

For a teen film, StarStruck has great music, a solid romantic-comedy backbone, and decent performances. Only the illogical moments and shortcuts keep it from being an unqualified success.

Full Review… | June 2, 2010
Movie Metropolis

Audience Reviews for StarStruck


Absolutely Disney. Teeny-bopper movie.

Cynthia S.

Super Reviewer

A typical silly teenie bopper movie. The only reason I watched it is because my friend Abbie plays a role in it. It wasn't that bad though, even though it was at times really ridiculous.

Dannielle Albert

Super Reviewer

better than expected, however the acting is not adequate, characters are campy, audience cannot relate to the characters

Sylvester Kuo
Sylvester Kuo

Super Reviewer

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