The Lizzie McGuire Movie Synopsis
While on a school trip to Italy, Lizzie is mistaken for Isabella- who is part of a pop duo.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By C.W. Nevius
It works. "Lizzie" is wholesome, smart and sweet.
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83

Entertainment Weekly

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Let's face it: Lizzie McGuire (Hilary Duff) is just too darn polished to be a junior-high underdog, even by the standards of her 'luxe...
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75

Premiere

By Laine Ewen
Duff is a charming heroine who carries the movie cheerfully, if not gracefully--the pratfalls come early and often.
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75

Christian Science Monitor

By David Sterritt
The action is light and lively all the way, poking inventive fun at everything from nosy little brothers to clueless hotel managers and...
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63

Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
So who am I to carp that the film trades in the amiable realism of the show for just another watered-down pop star fantasy? Heck, it beats...
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63

Philadelphia Inquirer

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Lizzie McGuire is an old-fashioned, harmless dolce, made all the more charming by Duff's winning appeal.
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63

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Not a single moment of creativity or intrigue is to be found in the big-screen debut of the Disney Channel's most popular sitcom character.
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63

Miami Herald

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The success of The Lizzie McGuire Movie, in which Duff acts and sings while playing both her beloved character and an Italian look-alike,...
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63

Chicago Tribune

By filling in what the story lacks in originality with easy attractions like pretty faces, set to fluffy music, the filmmakers lose the...
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50

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
The movie is sure to appeal to fans of the show. But when quality family films, such as "Holes" and "Bend It Like Beckham," are also in...
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Rated PG | For mild thematic elements
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Common Sense Media says OK for kids 7+ The target audience will absolutely adore it.
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