I'm almost ashamed to admit this, but I was expecting plenty more oomph from "Hannah Montana: The Movie." The Disney Channel show makes it a point to be as piercing to the senses as possible, which makes the molasses pacing and muted effort from the big screen incarnation definitely strange. It's not like I'm demanding depth here, just a hope that the sparks stay ahead of the yawns, and maybe a genuinely inspired moment of slapstick or two. For a film that's essentially a lengthy commercial for the soundtrack, it doesn't seem unreasonable to wonder why the adolescent electricity was dialed down for this tricky crossover attempt.
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