Nick Schager Reviews The Last Song

Engineered to entice tween female moviegoers and repel everyone else, The Last Song marries Hannah Montana moppet Miley Cyrus and soapy novelist Nicholas Sparks to unsurprisingly melodramatic results. Both entertainment industry bigwigs’ respective trademarks are in full effect throughout Julie Anne Robinson’s film about a rebellious teen named Ronnie (Cyrus) who’s forced to spend the summer at the Georgia beach home of the father (Greg Kinnear) she still blames for abandoning her. Still, if Cyrus’s preference for vacant, faraway stares and toothy grins over persuasive emoting is on prominent display, the actress’s imprint on the proceedings is nonetheless minor compared to that of Sparks’s.

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