So Undercover

So Undercover

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Director: Tom Vaughan

Cast: Miley Cyrus, Jeremy Piven, Mike O'Malley

     
 

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A tomboy private investigator goes undercover as a sorority girl to protect a coed whose father is set to testify against a dangerous mobster in this comedy starring Miley Cyrus. Molly (Cyrus) is a teenage private eye who gets the evidence most sleuths can't. But when the FBI asks her to pose as a rich sorority girl, she's not sure she'll be able to convincingly shed…  See more details below

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A tomboy private investigator goes undercover as a sorority girl to protect a coed whose father is set to testify against a dangerous mobster in this comedy starring Miley Cyrus. Molly (Cyrus) is a teenage private eye who gets the evidence most sleuths can't. But when the FBI asks her to pose as a rich sorority girl, she's not sure she'll be able to convincingly shed her gruff exterior. With a little make-up and a new wardrobe, however, Molly fits right in on campus. Before long she's best friends with the girl who has information that could bring down the mob. Meanwhile, the obnoxious antics of Molly's hopelessly spoiled sorority "sisters" repeatedly test both her patience, and willingness to maintain her cover. Jeremy Piven and Kelly Osbourne co-star.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/05/2013
UPC:
0687797140098
Original Release:
2012
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Millennium
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen, Color]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:34:00
Sales rank:
47,086

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Miley Cyrus Molly/Brook
Jeremy Piven Armon Ranford
Mike O'Malley Sam
Josh Bowman Nicholas
Kelly Osbourne Becky
Eloise Mumford Sasha
Megan Park Cotton
Lauren McKnight Alex
Autumn Reeser Bizz
Alexis Knapp Taylor
Matthew Settle Professor Talloway

Technical Credits
Tom Vaughan Director
Tobin Armbrust Producer
Michael Berenbaum Editor
Wendy Greene Bricmont Editor
Wendy Chuck Costumes/Costume Designer
Rob Cowan Executive Producer
Tish Cyrus Producer
Daniel Clancy Production Designer
Guy East Executive Producer
Brian Frankish Co-producer
Sari Knight Casting
Denis Lenoir Cinematographer
Allan Loeb Producer,Screenwriter
Jillian Longnecker Co-producer
Randy Manis Executive Producer
Andy Mayson Executive Producer
Chris Miller Executive Producer
Chris Miller Executive Producer
Kathy Nelson Co-producer
Steve Pearl Producer,Screenwriter
Ari Pinchot Executive Producer
Matthew Salloway Executive Producer
Mandy Sherman Casting
Nigel Sinclair Producer
Stephen Trask Score Composer
Jodi Zuckerman-Weiner Executive Producer

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- So Undercover
1. Opening Credits [9:02]
2. How Was The Track? [7:53]
3. KKZ [7:23]
4. What I Want [7:29]
5. Keepin' It Low [6:19]
6. Pajama Party [10:35]
7. Buy A Doll, Play With Balls [9:29]
8. Investigation [8:29]
9. OM Double F G [4:14]
10. An Unexpected Guest [7:14]
11. How To Detect Lies [10:45]
12. End Credits [4:32]

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So Undercover 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Joyachiever More than 1 year ago
I unexpectedly came across the So Undercover movie and was glad to have done so. The character of Molly Morris/Brook Stonebridge (Miley Cyrus) greatly enjoys her job as a private investigator. Molly Morris professionally works alongside her father Sam Morris (Mike O’ Malley) and the movie shows how evident it is that they have a healthy and strong father and daughter connection. However, even Morris’s close connection with her father does not prepare her for an accidental meeting with Armon Ranford (Jeremy Priven). Armon Ranford is aware of Molly Morris’s talent and intends to recruit her for an important project involving a sorority consisting of multiple wealthy sorority females at a popular college somewhere in the American south. In order to conduct her mission discreetly, Molly Morris is encouraged to pose as an undercover student transferring from the University of Hawaii. I admit that I would be receptive to the idea of seeing Miley Cyrus in future films.