Judge David Johnson's alternate musical identity is a frontman for the Swedish death metal band "Bloody Colon."
Our reviews of Hannah Montana And Miley Cyrus: Best Of Both Worlds Concert (Blu-Ray) (published August 27th, 2008), Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best Of Both Worlds Concert (published August 19th, 2008), Hannah Montana: Miley Says Goodbye? (published March 15th, 2010), Hannah Montana: One In A Million (published January 26th, 2008), Hannah Montana: Pop Star Profile (published July 11th, 2007), and Hannah Montana: The Movie (Blu-Ray) (published August 18th, 2009) are also available.
And another seal is broken on the path to the apocalypse.
Disney's scheme for world domination continues with the release of another selection of episodes from their humongous pre-teen television hit.
• "The Test of My Love"
• "Don't Stop 'Til You Get the Phone"
• "Yet Another Side of Me"
• "We're All on this Date Together"
There's some charm in this series. I mean, sure, it's a cold-blooded corporate juggernaut designed to move retail product and sell concert tickets, but the show has a fun energy about it and it's not brutally unfunny. It won't make my top five list anytime soon, but for the designated demographic, I can see how Hannah Montana appeals. The four shows aren't tied together by any theme—they're just four random episodes tossed together. I don't know what else to say. The kids will love it. If they're fans of the show, they'll be fans of this disc, so parents, here's an easy way to earn kudos. Besides, let's be honest, I could say that there are graphic scenes of barnyard animal sacrifice and these discs would still sell.
The shows look fine in their native full frame format, supplemented with 2.0 stereo tracks. Extras: a featurette on "Hannah's new look," which spotlights the wardrobe department and "Ready, Set, Don't Drive," a bonus episode.
I'm not the heartless bastard the media makes me out to be. Not guilty.
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