Molly (Miley Cyrus) works with her dad (Mike O'Malley) as a private investigator. She was "practically raised by the Dallas police force" which gives her the superhuman skills and savvy of a woman far older. With her dad in a fix, Molly accepts a job from the FBI (Jeremy Piven) to protect a crime figure's daughter, Alex (Lauren McKnight) who may be a target.
Molly goes undercover aka "Miss Congeniality" and enters a sorority to get next to Alex. She doesn't quite fit in with this crowd of "plastics" which makes for the fun of the film. And of course Molly develops a love interest. The story has a nice twist too.
This is a fun film. The acting was a little cheesy by design. There is humor in the film, poking fun at the younger generation's language and mannerisms. Weak outtakes during the end credits. This is Miley Cyrus who is no Jennifer Lawrence and thankfully no Kristen Stewart. A film you can watch with your teen daughter and enjoy without feeling embarrassed during any scene.
Parental Guide: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity. Girls in bra tops and slo-mo car wash.