Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus - Best of Both Worlds 3D Concert

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Overview

Fans of Miley Cyrus and her pop-star alter ego on her series Hannah Montana get the best of both worlds with this live concert film. Shot during her 54-city musical tour, this concert captures Cyrus performing both as herself and as Hannah. She perform a handful of song with The Jonas Brothers. THe directors also include footage of the performers backstage. The film is presented in Disney Digital 3-D, providing the most realistic concert experience possible. ~ Cammila Collar ...
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Overview

Fans of Miley Cyrus and her pop-star alter ego on her series Hannah Montana get the best of both worlds with this live concert film. Shot during her 54-city musical tour, this concert captures Cyrus performing both as herself and as Hannah. She perform a handful of song with The Jonas Brothers. THe directors also include footage of the performers backstage. The film is presented in Disney Digital 3-D, providing the most realistic concert experience possible. ~ Cammila Collar
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Special Features

Backstage Disney: The ultimate personal tour - Spend a day with Miley Cyrus and Jonas Brothers; Music and more: Additional songs; Sing along with the movie
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
The Hannah Montana Miley Cyrus Best of Both Worlds 3-D Concert unquestionably works as a piece of product. The movie plays to the base, offering everything a pre-pubescent girl could want in a concert movie featuring their favorite pop princess. The 3-D effects are solid, offering perspectives truly unattainable to anyone at the live show - the highlight being a bird's eye view of the drummer throwing one of his sticks about fifteen feet in the air and then catching it and continuing with the beat. If the film were happy to take itself for what it is, nothing more than a big old advertisement for the "product" that is this young performer, it would make little sense to deride the film for being such an empty construction. However, at one point during an intimate moment staged for the cameras, as Miley and her dad (the artist formally known as Billy Ray Cyrus) play guitar together, Billy Ray assures us that what he likes best about Miley's music is that it's just so "real." Sitting through nearly ten minutes of tour rehearsal footage at the beginning of this movie, it's obvious the concert is choreographed to within an inch of its life. At one point dancers nearly drop Miley during a move she then wants removed from the act the next night. The stage director (Kenny Ortega - the man responsible for Disney's other pop culture phenomenon High School Musical), and her mother tell her more or less to stop whining and just do it. While we are treated to an example of them pulling off the move perfectly, this is one of the many moments where audiences have to wonder how "real" anything can be in this patently plastic show. Artists can come up with real insights when dabbling with alter egos. When considering the id/ego/superego personalities of Slim Shady/Marshal Mathers/Eminem, his audience can glean different meanings from the songs depending on which character he's inhabiting at the moment because they are three very different points of view. There is no discernable difference between Hannah Montana, Miley Stewart (the character Cyrus plays on her television show), and Miley Cyrus other than one wears a blonde wig. Her songs and her personalities are entirely interchangeable, just as the vast majority of teen idol pop stars are. The movie succeeds because it whips up excitement, encourages young fans to scream at the screen with uncontainable emotion, and offers note perfect sing-along ready recreations of the songs the fans already know, and all of it is presented with a near military proficiency. But the reason this exists is simply to perpetuate the brand that is Hannah and/or Miley. Yes the film works, but it's nothing more than Triumph of the Shill.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/19/2008
  • UPC: 786936767186
  • Original Release: 2008
  • Rating:

  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Region Code: A
  • Time: 1:22:00
  • Format: Blu-ray

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Miley Cyrus
Jonas Brothers
Kenny Ortega
Billy Ray Cyrus
Nick Jonas
Technical Credits
Bruce Hendricks Director
Mitchell Amundsen Cinematographer
Paul La Mori Associate Producer
Doug Merrifield Executive Producer
Kenny Ortega Producer
Vince Pace Executive Producer
Eric Pierce Sound/Sound Designer
Arthur Repola Producer
Robert L. Sephton Sound/Sound Designer
Michael Tronick Editor
David H. Venghaus Asst. Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert - The 3-D Movie
1. "Rock Star"
2. "Life's What You Make It"
3. "Just Like You"
4. "Nobody's Perfect"
5. "Pumpin' Up the Party"
6. "I Got Nerve"
7. "We Got the Party"
8. "When You Look Me in the Eyes"
9. "Year 3000"
10. "Start All Over"
11. "See You Again"
12. "Let's Dance"
13. "Right Here"
14. "I Miss You"
15. "Girls Night Out"
16. "The Best of Both Worlds"
1. "Rock Star"
2. "Life's What You Make It"
3. "Just Like You"
4. "Nobody's Perfect"
5. "Pumpin' Up the Party"
6. "I Got Nerve"
7. "We Got the Party"
8. "When You Look Me in the Eyes"
9. "Year 3000"
10. "Start All Over"
11. "See You Again"
12. "Let's Dance"
13. "Right Here"
14. "I Miss You"
15. "Girls Night Out"
16. "The Best of Both Worlds"
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert - The 3-D Movie
   2-D Version
   3-D Version
   Bonus Features
      Backstage Disney
         The Ultimate Personal Tour
      Music and More
         Additional Songs
         Sing Along With the Movie
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2010

    One of the miley films ever!!!!

    Miley Cyrus is the best so all you haters that dont like her quit hatin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    When your best just isn't good enough.

    I agree with Brianna. Hannah's voice is nothing to get excited over. It's the same cookie-cutter sound that pre-teen girls have been eating up for over a decade. And Selena? Maybe more people would respect your opinions if you bothered to type properly - just a thought.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Are you kidding me?

    ANOTHER Hannah Montana movie? Does Disney need the money this badly? *sigh* I thought this was a really stupid concept. I think it's good for TV...but to make parents spend money on this is ridiculous. I think taking a TV CHARACTER and making it like she is a real person is really beyond absurd. Miley can't even really sing. Sure she's got an ok voice, but nothing spectacular. She only got a tv show deal with Disney because of her father. I love Billy Ray Cyrus...but his daughter is becoming a bigger deal than she really is.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It's good.

    Please stop dissing Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus and start dissing some other Disney Channel stars (EX: Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez). At least Hannah/Miley can sing live, unlike Demi Lovato, who's always off key or screaming, trust me, I've been to the Burnin' Up Concert Tour. And Selena's a knock off Miley. This movie was very good, it's perfect for people like me who couldn't see her in concert, and the 3D is awesome. The Jonas Brothers were great, as always, but they could have used some more songs. The Jonas Brothers are the real talent of Disney. But this was still good and a great movie for people who couldn't get tickets to this great sold out concert! Go Miley, you did great again!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    this is the best!!!!!

    this is the best movie miley cyrus is the best person her voice is very good 4 a 15 year old girl and others might take about miley but she is the best i luv her. and brianna u most be jealous cuz she makin money and everyone luvs her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Best Movie Ever!

    Whether you are a girl or a guy you will enjoy this movie from start to finish. This movie shows the cute ever-loving teen girl we all love performing some of her biggest hits as both Miley and her pop star alter ego Hannah with special guests Jonas Brothers. Including backstage access and a 3D atmosphere that is so real it's like actually being there. My favorite part of the movie is the 3D atmosphere because you see Miley's beauty up close and personal. Lastly, her voice is amazing, her songs rock and she is a fantastic dancer. All in all this was the best movie I have ever seen in my life and I can't wait to get the DVD.

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