I need to clear the air about one thing before I begin. By no means is this review written by a 40-something year old guy who lives alone in a one-bedroom apartment above his parent's garage. I'm actually a father of five -- four of them girls and three of them being of 'Hannah Montana' age. Needless to say, I probably know more about the show than the producers do.
With that out of the way, we now present the fourth and last season premiere of 'Hannah Montana;' now titled 'Hannah Montana Forever.' Seems like an ironic title since the theme of this season will be Miley's decision to continue her dual role as Hannah Montana or chuck it all for a normal life and more mature movie roles. Perhaps the title should've ended with a question mark to signify this change.
Although, in this week's episode there wasn't too much thinking done about her future. If anything, this was a typical 'Hannah Montana' plot line. Taking place a few minutes after the season three finale, Hannah, Lilly and Jackson gush over the new ranch and its features. That is, until Hannah discovers her father transported her old room from Tennessee to Los Angeles. Very nice, except for the bunk bed, pink paint, singing dressers and Rainbow Piggy.
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