Not a second of Hannah Montana: The Movie challenges the brain, but this kid-friendly movie musical elicits plenty of easy laughs. In this full-length feature spinoff of the popular Disney TV show, Miley Cyrus resumes her alter egos as both 'normal teenager' Miley Stewart by day, and Hannah Montana, the world's hottest teen idol, by night. When Hannah's fame begins to sabotage Miley's life, her dad (played by Cyrus' real father, Billy Ray Cyrus) takes her from LA back to their Tennessee farm. And then the fun starts. Miley's attempts to re-acclimatise to the pared-down lifestyle of a farm are often hilarious, mostly thanks to the Cyrus' solid comic timing. Watch out for a messy attempt to gather eggs from a chicken coop, and a boring hoedown, which Miley turns into a funky hip hop-meets-line dance lesson. Also noteworthy is brooding newcomer Lucas Till, a hunky former childhood friend who is the object of Miley's first crush. Celebrities appear as themselves throughout the movie as well. The first cameo is supermodel Tyra Banks who plays a prissy version of herself and starts a catfight with Hannah. Apart from the characters, Hannah Montana: The Movie, bears little resemblance to the TV show. While the show is filled with quick, sometimes desperate, jokes, the movie provides enough depth to tug at your heart strings, if not your grey matter.