Yes, my husband and I went to see the new Hannah Montana movie yesterday. Yes, the movie theater was full of mostly girls under the age of 14. Yes, we felt out of place, but who cares?
It's getting so it's awfully difficult to find a good movie to see any more. My husband and I don't want to see the worst of the world in terms of violence, hate, or horror. My husband and I don't want to watch people cussing or making out or wearing provocative clothing (you can see enough of that in real life.) That right there rules most movies out.
All we ever see any more are kid movies, but we never walk away feeling like we wished we didn't go see it. Hannah Montana is the latest movie we've been able to watch. We both actually enjoyed it. I highly recommend it.
Here's what it's about. Hannah Montana aka Miley Stewart is getting much too used to fame and glory. Her father thinks it's time for her to go back to her roots - Tennesee - where she was born. She is not too happy, but she learns a great deal while she's there.
This is a feel good movie that you can enjoy watching. There is little to no cussing, violence or sexuality. I highly recommend seeing this.