Movie Review: StarStruck

Experience the ultimate music sensation with the StarStruck: Extended Edition – featuring an exclusive “Got To Believe” extended music scene, plus a Rock-Along bonus feature and three full-length music videos – available only on Disney DVD!

Get StarStruck with hunky young pop star Christopher Wick (Sterling Knight), as he gets tangled up through a chance meeting with small-town girl Jessica Olson (Danielle Campbell), and experience their hilarious adventures set against the backdrop of Hollywood. Your whole family will love this music-filled Disney Original Movie, complete with music videos and never-before-seen footage. You’ve “Got To Believe” in StarStruck!

I enlisted my 13-year-old daughter Natalie to write the review for StarStruck, since she belongs to the intended audience. Here’s what she had to say:

I really liked this movie and the acting was good. But I think this movie would have been a lot better, if they had made it more realistic. In once scene, Jessica, the main girl, and Christopher sink Jessica’s grandmother’s car, but she doesn’t get in trouble for it. I wish they would have showed a scene were she told her parents and grandmother that she sunk the car in quick sand.

Other then all of this, the acting was great and so was the singing. Sterling Knight, who plays Christopher Wilde, has a great voice in my opinion.

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3 Responses to Movie Review: StarStruck

  1. Kathleen says:

    Sounds like you had fun watching this one and it is really great that you included your daughter in the review!

    • CarrieK
      Twitter: booksandmovies
      says:

      Kathleen – that’s part of our deal – I’ll agree to review Disney tween-ish movies if she helps with the review. :)

  2. lolita says:

    hey i am mom of 2 and i love this movie very much..the songs and the story brought me back when i was younger..hmmm, its a very natural acting for Sterling Knight. this is the first time I have seen him but I like this kid…he’s a natural.