Miley Cyrus: The Movement

In this one-hour documentary, superstar Miley Cyrus allows unprecedented access into her extraordinary life as she rises to the challenge of presenting a new and sometimes controversial persona to the public. As a teenage star, Miley amassed millions of passionate international fans who followed her every move. Three years later, she attempts to shed her previous image while embracing music full time. Whether in the studio, at a performance, or on the set of her latest music video, Miley exudes the confidence of a creative young woman in a period of radical self-discovery who still inspires legions of admirers while confronting her critics. Ultimately, the film is an intimate portrait that captures Miley’s exuberantand spirited life, her evolving identity, and her exciting transformation into amusic icon. – Source: MTV

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  • Julian

    I’m having trouble figuring out the extraordinary part..

  • Deedee

    Talk about – talking yourself up!! Everything she is doing has already been done time and again. Taking over the world – please. I found this boring and her voice is so monotone and lifeless.

  • Odin

    ‘Movement’… What an egotrip. She’s got her head so far up her own ass, she can’t see reality anymore.
    Just another overhyped and prostituted Brittney Spears-look-a-like, plus an enormous I’m-gonna-change-the-world-ego, so glad I am not related to her in any way.

  • Emma

    I’ve never heard so much obnoxious bullshit, egotism or fake “gangsta” crap in my whole life.

  • Captain Buttplug

    Fuck You Miley Cyrus!

  • http://chard richard murphy

    Movement yes the bowel variety and not a floater

  • JP

    The only reason she’s famous, is because her dad is famous. Who the fuck would even care about her if it wasn’t for her dad?