The Last Song

The Last Song


From the writer of such romantic weepies as The Notebook, Nights in Rodanthe and Message in a Bottle, comes a tale of father-daughter bonding.... More

Seventeen-year-old Veronica 'Ronnie' Miller's (Miley Cyrus) life was turned upside-down when her parents divorced and her father (Greg Kinnear) moved from New York City to Tybee Island, Georgia. Three years later, she remains angry and alienated from her parents. Her mum (Kelly Preston) decides it would be best if Ronnie spent the summer with dad. Living a quiet beach life, dad – a former concert pianist and teacher – is living a quiet life in the beach town, immersed in creating a work of art that will become the centerpiece of a local church. Through their mutual love of music, Ronnie and her father learn to reconnect.Hide

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BY Amy lister

this movie is awesome!! i am #1 miley fan and i luv this movie! it is funny, sad, relaxing and the best!

BY Lauren grader

Da trailers pretty cool but I dunno y peps dont like Miley cause shes a good actor I wanna c it

BY jodie nobody

saw it a few days ago and thought it was great!! i reccomend it to people who like sad and lovey dovey films ...... lol xx xx

BY Morgan wannabe

This is such a good movie, I so want to go see it again.. Its so cute but sad so I recommend bringing tissues. Hahaa (:

BY Maddie nobody

OMFG OMFG OMFG OMFG OMFG i am sooooo goin to see it tomorrow!!!! i'm sooooo pumped!!! xxox PASH!!

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  • I like Miley Cyrus. I like her in spite of the fact that she's been packaged within an inch of her life. I look forward to the day when she squirms loose from her handlers and records an album of classic songs, performed with the same sincerity as her godmother, Dolly Parton. I think it'll be a long, long time until she plays a movie character like the free-standing, engaging heroines of Ashley Judd, but I can wait. Full Review

  • The movie so deftly mixes sentimentality, romance and bathos in just the right measures that her fans and maybe new ones will enjoy the new Miley. Full Review

  • One of those maudlin romantic melodramas you just can't warn folks off. Full Review

  • A movie that is as stuffed with bogus feeling and overwrought incident as a fast-food burrito. Full Review

  • The Last Song: Hannah Montana meets The Notebook? Ah, no. Take that all-too-easy-to-assume thought right out of your head. Okay, now put Miley Cyrus back in with a bitter scowl locked on her face and call her Ronnie. Full Review

  • A soapy meller that transitions the young pop star from the Disney Channel to the bigscreen while giving girls what they'd seem to want and nothing more. Full Review

  • The Last Song was fairly transparently conceived as a vehicle to enable Miley Cyrus to move away from Hannah Montana and into more grown-up roles. As such, it succeeds admirably. Full Review