This could be the video version of Guns N’ Roses “Chinese Democracy.” Its release date keeps getting pushed back – not a good thing in the entertainment biz. Now scheduled for Easter, 2009.
Yawn – we all know the plot. Just like J.O.N.A.S.! The evil, sinister photographer takes racy pictures of the 15-years old girl ruining her Disney reputation. There’s a very incestuous one with daddy. Then, a gossip Web site catches daddy spoon feeding his precious daughter.
Then daddy divorces his wife, gets caught by the same gossip Web site rubbing suntan lotion all over his daughter’s buttock, then he takes up with a girlfriend who looks just like his daughter. Oops, that’s not in the movie. That’s Brooke Hogan. Sorry.
Disney, at least give us something – the soundtrack! Oh, not until Breakout is repackaged as “Platinum Edition” with two more songs (Someday and Hovering) and millions of mommies and daddies have to fork over another $15 for a second copy of Breakout. Who does Miley Cyrus think she is, Rihanna?
Want to hear the two new songs, go to YouTube. We’re in a depression, people. Why pay $15 for two songs? Be legitimate Disney, and give us the Hannah Montana movie soundtrack.
Who do you think you are, Microsoft – introducing new software every two years so they can sell more units for computer manufacturers? At least with computers, we can switch to Apple instead of buying new all the time. Disney has no competition in tween music. Warner Bros. or Sony have no concept of this genre.