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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 216086336
UPC: 786936805833
UPC 14: 00786936805833
Category Keywords: Coming Of Age  Vacations
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Do You Ever Really Forget Your First Heartbreak?
Miley Cyrus shines as the star of this heartwarming coming-of-age movie that will strike your emotional chords. Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks (Dear John, The Notebook), The Last Song follows Ronnie (Cyrus) and her estranged father as he tries to restore the loving relationship they once had. But reconnecting with his rebellious daughter isn't easy, so he chooses the one thing they still have in common -- music. Complete with not-to-be missed bonus features - the Miley Cyrus music video "When I Look At You," exclusive interviews with the actress and more - this uplifting and touching drama about family, first loves and second chances is a heartfelt story you won't soon forget.

"The three parallel love stories of daughter and dad, girlfriend and boyfriend, sister and brother, are nicely handled.  Carrie Rickey, Philadelphia Inquirer
"Miley Cyrus is a really interesting movie star in the making...  Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly

Editor's Note
Miley Cyrus stars as a teenager who reconnects with her father years after her parents go through a nasty divorce in this adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel. The novelist also provides the screenplay for the production, which is directed by Julie Ann Robinson.


Video Features DVD, Spanish, French, Subtitled

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Video Release Date Release Date: 12/22/2013
Video Play Time Running Time: 107 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2010
Video UPC UPC: 00786936805833
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

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Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: (unknown/unconverted)

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.35:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review The Last Song - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Tall Writer Reviews
Published on: 9/21/2010 3:28 PM
Based on the Nicholas Sparks novel, Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear, and Bobby Coleman star in this PG-rated drama. Cyrus takes the lead, Veronica ‘Ronnie’ Miller, the estranged daughter of Steve Miller, played by Greg Kinnear. Ronnie and her brother Jonah, played by Bobby Coleman, stays with Steve at his beach house for the summer after being dropped off by their mom Kim, played by Kelly Preston. Ronnie roams the town to get away from her dad and predictably meets several locals including Galadriel, played by Carly Chaikin, the indifferent Marcus, played Nick Lashaway, and Will Blakelee, played by Liam Hemsworth, who eventually gets to spend the most time with Ronnie (a.k.a. ‘Milkshake Girl’) as the likely summer romance the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Kelly Preston
Video Cast Info Greg Kinnear
Video Cast Info Liam Hemsworth
Video Cast Info Bobby Coleman
Video Cast Info Miley Cyrus
Video Cast Info Hallock Beals
Video Cast Info Melissa Ordway - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Nick Lashaway - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Todd Smith - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Carly Chaikin - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Adam Barnett - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Michael Jamorski - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Carrie Malabre - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Stephanie Leigh - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Phil Parham - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Anthony Paderewski - Co-Star
Video Cast Info April Moore - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Lance E. Nichols - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Bonnie Johnson - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Nick Searcy - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Kate Vernon - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Jeff VanWie - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Deborah Binkley - Costumes
Video Cast Info Julie Callihan - Makeup Designer
Video Cast Info Tena Parker Baker - Hairstylist
Video Cast Info CIS Visual Effects Group - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Rhoda Griffis - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Julie Hewett - Makeup
Video Cast Info John Lindley - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Terry Porter - Sound Re-Recording
Video Cast Info James Edward Ferrell Jr. - Set Decorator
Video Cast Info Cal Johnson - Stunt Coordinator
Video Cast Info Eric Tignini - Assistant Director
Video Cast Info Dean A. Zupancic - Sound Re-Recording
Video Cast Info Aaron Zigman - Composer
Video Cast Info Nicholas Sparks - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Nicholas Sparks - Source Writer
Video Cast Info Dara Weintraub - Production Manager/UPM
Video Cast Info Betty Lou Skinner - Hairstylist
Video Cast Info Buck Damon - Music Director
Video Cast Info Sally Boldt - Music Editor
Video Cast Info Jayne Armstrong - Post-Production Supervisor
Video Cast Info Ted Chu - Camera Operator
Video Cast Info Julie Ann Robinson - Director

Professional Reviews

Chicago Sun-Times
"[Cyrus] can play serious, and she works easily with a pro like Kinnear, whose light comedy skills are considerable..." 03/31/2010

Wall Street Journal
"Mr. Kinnear's musician father, Steve, adds a generous measure of grace." 04/02/2010

Entertainment Weekly
"[H]ere's the revelation: Miley Cyrus is a really interesting movie star in the making, with an intriguing echo-of-foghorn speaking voice..." -- Grade: B 04/09/2010

Box Office
3 stars out of 5 -- "[THE LAST SONG] will likely provide an unforgettably touching and wonderful film experience for the target teen girl audience....Kinnear is terrific in a tricky role..." 03/31/2010

Chicago Sun-Times 6 of 10
Now that Miley Cyrus is 17, it's about time she played a 16-year-old. That she does fetchingly in The Last Song, and wins the heart of a beach volleyball champion a foot taller than she is. Well, actually 12.5 inches. She also learns to love her dad, played by Greg Kinnear, whose aura suggests a man easier to love than, say, Steve Buscemi. She does this on an idyllic island paradise off Savannah, Georgia, where her dad is a classical composer whose pastime is restoring stained-glass windows...I was trying to remember the last time I felt the way about a girl that Miley Cyrus's fans feel about her. That would have been in 1959, when I saw Hayley Mills in Tiger Bay. Oh, she was something. A brave tomboy. She was 12, but I could wait. It's a bit much to ask for the same innocence from Miley, who has already had her first World Tour, but the fact is, she does a good job of making her character Ronnie engaging and lovable. That's despite her early Alienated Teen scenes. You know it's an Alienated Teen when it's a lovely day on an island paradise, but she has her hands pulled up inside the sleeves of her sweater and huddles against the chill of the cold, cruel world...The movie is intended, of course, for Miley Cyrus admirers, and truth compels me to report that on that basis alone, it would get four stars. But we cannot all be Miley Cyrus fans, and these days you rarely hear Hayley Mills mentioned. Yet I award the film two and a half stars...To be sure, I resent the sacrilege Nicholas Sparks commits by mentioning himself in the same sentence as Cormac McCarthy. I would not even allow him to say "Hello, bookstore? This is Nicholas Sparks. Could you send over the new Cormac McCarthy novel?" He should show respect by ordering anonymously. But it seems unfair to penalize Miley Cyrus fans, Miley herself, and the next Peter O'Toole for the transgressions of a lesser artist. - Roger Ebert

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