- Rated: PG
- Closed captioning available
- Run Time: 1 hours, 47 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Released: February 15, 2005
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: New Line Home Video
Encoding: Region (unknown)
Packaging: Keep Case
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen 2.35
- Dolby Surround Stereo 2.0 English
- Dolby Surround 5.1 English
Addidional Release Material:
- Theatrical Trailer
- Featurette - Behind-The Scenes
- Deleted Scenes - w/optional director commentary
- Music Video - Hilary Duff's "Fly"
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Terri Fletcher (Hilary Duff) is your typical sweet-hearted, small-town girl and she always obeys her intensely overprotective dad (David Keith), but when she gets accepted to a summer program at a prestigious Los Angeles music school and he forbids her to go, she realizes it's time to break away. With the help of her cool aunt (Rebecca De Mornay), Terri figures out a ruse to sneak off to LA and seize the chance to actualize her musical dreams. Once there, it's harsh wake-up time however, as she realizes being naive, adorable, blonde, un-pierced, and un-tattooed means being ostracized in this too-cool musical community. Luckily John Corbett, a sympathetic music teacher, is there to help, and there's time for romance to bloom with a British classmate (Oliver James). Before this little star can truly blossom though, she still has to cope with the trauma of losing her brother in a car accident (it's left her terrified of bright lights, a real problem for a stage performer) and then there's the matter of telling the truth to her furious father. Duff's effortless charisma lifts this sturdy, comfortably worn-in vehicle easily over the bumpier clichés, and delivers it safely to its inspiring destination.
Description by Warner Home Video:
The adorable blond with the beautiful voice, Terri Fletcher (Hilary Duff), finds herself struggling in myriad ways as she disagrees with her father and rushes off to a specialized music school. There, through hard work and perseverance, she makes new friends, falls in love, and finds her true talent in singing.
Hilary Duff stars as Terri, a small town girl with the voice of a big-time singer. Following her dreams, she heads to L.A. for the summer at a famous music school. Life in the big city is full of surprises, but with the help of some cool friends, an encouraging teacher, and a super cute boy, this All-American girl will have the time of her life.
Coming Of Age |
- THEATRICAL RELEASE: OCTOBER 8, 2004