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  • Actors: Hilary Duff, Oliver James, David Keith, Rita Wilson, Rebecca de Mornay
  • Directors: Sean McNamara
  • Producers: Sean McNamara, David Brookwell, A.J. Dix, Anthony Rhulen, Sara Risher
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Momentum Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 23 May 2005
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007URSSA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,794 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Teen drama starring Hilary Duff as Terri Fletcher, a small-town teenager with a great musical talent. Following the death of her brother, Terri decides to make the most of her life and talent for singing and heads off to spend the summer at a performing arts academy, even though her father is against the idea. Terri soon realises that following her dreams isn't always easy.

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Perky teen starlet Hilary Duff wholeheartedly embraces the kind of earnest innocence all parents wish their daughters had. In Raise Your Voice, Terri Fletcher yearns to go to a prestigious music conservatory in Los Angeles. Her father won't let her because L.A. is a bad place, but her loving mom and kooky aunt sneak her away. Once there, she gets a sassy roommate-of-colour, geeky cool friends, a snooty rival, and a sexy British boyfriend. Of course, all conflicts with family and friends come to a head at a big competition at which Terri rediscovers herself. Formulaic? Yes. Bland? Yes. Will preteen girls enjoy it anyway? Maybe, because Duff plays it so sincere. --Bret Fetzer, amazon.com

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This film is aimed pretty squarely at the Lizzie McGuire audience of young teenagers (I'd say 10 to 14 year old girls would go for it most), and it has the feel of a decent Disney TV movie. Hillary Duff stars as Terri Fletcher, a small town singer chosen to attend the Los Angeles performing arts academy summer school after her brother secretly submits a DVD of her. Naturally her dad strongly disapproves. At the final show put on at the end of the summer school the best student wins a scholarship. So there's everything to sing/play/dance for. The final show does present some real young talent and the build up to it is largely well acted and entertaining, if a little bit clichéd at times.

My daughter (13) has enjoyed watching this movie 4 or 5 times already over the last few months, so the underlying sad theme obviously didn't put her off, and clearly the storyline attracted her - whereas she found the far classier film 'My Girl' great, but simply far too sad to watch again. This film is pretty much a rip off of FAME (no bad thing) with perhaps a shallow hint of 'Ordinary People'. It's tolerable enough for adults in their daughter's company though, jolly enough for repeat viewing by the kids, and obviously hits the spot for the intended audience. Like many others here, I preferred 'Cinderalla Story' and perhaps even 'Cadet Kelly', but my daughter found this DVD to be £5 well spent as well. The DVD also has the usual few 'behind the out-takes' bits as well. So as a young Andy Hardy used to say many years ago 'Lets put on a show'...
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Raise your voice is an emotional challange for a young girl persuing her dreams.When her family suffer a huge loss she finds it hard to go through but just as she is about to give up everything she has done there is hope and a step forward.Her dad is not so suppoertive of her choice therefore forbidds her but with the help of her mum and aunty they help her.Times are hard and all she can do is look forward as that is the only way.there is not one but two main difficulties for her and many confusing situations she has to face.I would recomend it to anyone!
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Hilary Duff is today's girl you love to hate. With movies like "Lizzie McGuire", "Agent Cody Banks" and "A Cinderella Story" it's easy to claim that she's chessy with virtually no talent but you couldn't be more wrong. "Raise Your Voice" sees a new direction for Hilary in her acting and singing ability. Losely based around "Fame", "Raise Yoir Voice" tells the sweet and sad story of Teri a small-town girl who dreams of going to the most prestigious music school in L.A. Unknowingly to her, her brother, Paul sends in a DVD entry on behalf of his sister which gets her in. However, tragedy strikes and a freak car accident loses Teri her loving brother forever. Teri must now get to the school without her dad finding out, make new friends and sing her solo. Can she pull it all off? Well, you have to watch to find out. Filled with joy, laughter, music and saddness "Raise Your Voice" shows that Hilary Duff can indeed sing and do a more dramatic film without it falling flat of a note.
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i love this film! its not often i can watch a film over and over again, but this is one of them. not a hugh hillary duff fan but she was good in this. the songs are really catchy and i was singing them round the house all day. its a feel good movie with a thick layer of cheese!!!!!! highly recommended. hope u enjoy!!!!!!!
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I'm really into een rom coms, which is probably why I love this film so much. It's the only film that has ever made me cry. I really feel like I can relate with the main character, which Hilary Duff plays excellently. I suggest this film for teen girls, as others may not enjoy it as much.
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I LOVED THIS FLIM. I THOUGHT IT WAS HEART WARMING AND INSPIRING AND TEACHES YOU TO LIVE YOUR DREAMS AND NEVER GIVE UP ON WHAT YOU WANT! I THINK THIS FILM IS PERFECT FOR ANYONE WHO HAS HAD A BIT OF STUMBLES ALONG THE WAY BUT KNOWS IN THEIR HEART AND SOUL THEY CAN DO IT AND WILL NEVER STOP FIGHTING FOR WHAT THEY WANT!!
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Hilary Duff, I love her singing and I love her films just like Lindsay Lohan they are very simular, I love both of them. This film is fantastic for those who like to watch a film with a Box of Tissues beside them lol... This film makes you Laugh,Dance and Cry... Go and buy this you wont be dissapointed, those that say it's "Crap" they just don't like the person and judge the film badly due to the actress/actor not being to their likes so they would rather give the film a bad name... this is great for anyone!!!
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It's a feel-good teen film, what else can you say about it? The singing gives it a bit of a difference, but it still follows the tradition of teen angst and happy endings. Cant fault it for what it is.
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