I ask Natalie:
What do you expect from the new Hannah Montana movie?
It's going to be a great movie.
I ask, "Why?"
She says, "Because she gets to go back to Tennessee and remember what it's like to be at home."
I reply, "Isn't her home in California?"
She qualifies, "Technically yes, but she wants to know more about her roots back in Tennessee."
I prod, "I thought that going back to Tennessee was her dad's idea."
She fires back, "It was."
I attack, "Then what's all this about her wanting to know more about her roots?"
She explains, "He wants his country-girl back because she was getting too involved with being Hannah."
I conclude with the following question:
Should my readers go out and see the movie?
She states, "Yes."
I ask one more question:
How can you recommend a movie that you haven't even seen?
She responds, "Because I read the junior novel."
Just one more question:
Who will enjoy the movie more, BAR, Drew, or Bob Murphy?
She says, "Probably BAR, but I don't know why."
I snicker (because I do know why).