Hannah Montana: Yet Another Side of Me

Summary: Hannah meets her musical idol, Isis.  Isis insults Hannah’s outfit and tells Hannah that she will need to reinvent herself multiple times if she wants a long career.  This depresses Hannah.  Hannah (Miley) decides to reinvent herself as a hardcore punk rocker.  Hannah does a punk rock act for the Sunflower girls, which encourages bad behavior among the girls (this turns out to be only a dream).  Hannah decides she wants to be herself and continue to be a positive role model.

Theme:  Be yourself and be kind, despite what other people say.

Bad/Hurtful language: Isis insults Hannah.  Rico calls Jackson stupid and refers to his mom as an idiot.  Miley makes old jokes about her father and insults both Oliver and Lilly.

Violence:  A man attacks Jackson over a misunderstanding (the actual attack is not shown, but the aftermath is).

Spirituality/Religion: none

Morality/Ethics: Miley (Hannah) chooses the be a positive role model, even if it is not good for her career longevity.

Sexuality: none

Educational value: none

To learn more about Hannah Montana the series, click here.

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One Response to Hannah Montana: Yet Another Side of Me

  1. Hey, I love Hannah Montana too. I am a BIG fan of Hannah Montana. She is cute and I even have a fan site for her! Well, this is the first time I am visiting your site. It’s cool. Please post more on Hannah Montana. I like it 🙂

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