"The Lizzie McGuire Movie" is based on a television show that showed on Disney Channel, "Lizzie McGuire." This is a movie intended for the pre-teen age; however, with Disney producing more and more unanimated shows, I think that even the younger child will like this movie now. Lizzie McGuire is played by Hillary Duff. She is going on a school trip with her classmates to Rome. However, after sneaking away from her instructor, she is mistaken for a singing sensation in Italy, Isabella. This leads to much mishap and mayhem as she falls in love and must decide between the career that fell into her lap and her friends and family.
I bought this movie for my older sister to watch when it first came out in 2003. After about a year, it began to collect dust on the shelf as she then felt too old for it, and my daughter was too young for it. However in the last six months (around the time she turned 7), my daughter has started pulling this one off the shelf and choosing it for movie nights. She loves to watch it as she's a big Hillary Duff fan.
The only negative about this movie is the extra features. It really is just all Hillary propoganda. There is "In the Recording Studio" with Hillary and a music video of Hillary's - it's certainly not up to par with the bonus features on most Disney movies.