» Reviews: StarStruck

Nathan Schwartz

|    Monday, May 31, 2010

  • Director: Michael Grossman
  • Producer: Douglas Sloan
  • Writer: Barbara Johns
  • Starring: Sterling Knight, Danielle Campbell, Brandon Mychal Smith, Chelsea Staub, Matt Winston, Toni Trucks
  • Distributor: Walt Disney Studios
  • Running Time: 84 min
  • Rating: G
  • Genre: Family

Review

In Starstruck, a young, handsome celebrity meets a girl who couldn’t care less for him, and you can probably figure out the rest. Now, I can’t in fairness equate this to a regular movie, because it’s not, it’s a Disney Channel movie. The acting, the dialogue, the romance, the drama and the music were all very Disney Channel, which means that they were catered to tweens, which means that they were all extremely horrid. If you’re a tween, this is just up your alley, but I strongly suggest you go outside and get some fresh air instead of watching this.

Special Features

As if there wasn’t enough music in the movie, they added a few music videos as special features. Other than that, there is a rock along, which just puts the music lyrics on the screen when a song comes up during the movie. I didn’t dare click on it because it would mean that I would be forced to watch this movie again, and it was a miracle I didn’t choke on my own vomit the first time.

Verdict: Forget It

 

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