Keeping It Real

I’ve been watching apocalyptical amounts of television lately, but that’s mainly because the first two rounds of March Madness have just concluded.  Outside of this special time of year, I don’t watch a whole lot of television.  I have some shows I watch every week, such as Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, Trust Me, 30 Rock and The College Humor Show.  They might not all be the manliest shows out there, but I’m okay with it.  I know for a fact there’s one show which is on the can’t-miss list for a lot of younger kids and now that show is out on DVD once more and it’s ready on DVD right now.

Starting this March 31st, now available on DVD from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment comes the next collection of episodes from the life of everyone’s best known pop princess with a secret identity.  Hannah Montana – Keeping It Real is ready to blast off into your living room with a great look at adventures and some fantastic guest stars in this collection of episodes.  Bring this great DVD home today!

Miley Stewart is a down home country gal, but she’s also megastar singer Hannah Montana and none of her friends know it.  Now she’s struggling to stay true to both of her sides.  One side lives the Hollywood life and has all the great perks that come along with that.  But the other side likes the country life and is struggling to get her drivers license.  So whether it’s chasing some famous hotties or dealing with a tough driving instructor, both Miley and Hannah learn to stay true to who you really are.  Some of the guest stars in this collection of episodes include Corbin Bleu and Dwayne Johnson.

The special features included on this DVD are an entire bonus episode, “Ready, Set, Don’t Drive” and a look at the makeover that gave Hannah Montana a whole new look.

It’s still hilarious to think that Dwayne Johnson went from being one of the most famous fake wrestlers of our time to a big movie star known mostly for family friendly Disney films.  That’s just magnificent.  Now I’m not a fan of Hannah Montana, something I’ve made known in other reviews of her appearances in other movies.  Nonetheless, this show has certainly stumbled upon success and does it very well.  Good lessons are taught and there is humor and certainly some very important issues are at least touched upon.  Although, to be honest, I have never seen a group of teens so completely unaware of drinking and drugs and sex.  At least a little honesty in regards to those issues would be nice from this show.  But if your kids love this show, they’ll certainly feel the same about this DVD.

If you like it to start with, this movie’s Real enjoyable.

This DVD is available at

Nathaniel Jonet

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