Can you believe this is only the first big-screen Hannah Montana film? That sense of familiarity most likely has to do with Miley Cyrus's greatest skill. No, not provoking the tabloids. It's being accessible. That adaptability lends itself well to film soundtrack designed to introduce Cyrus's tween audience to her country side: You can almost picture the super-cool, hick-hop dance scene that accompanies "Hoedown Throwdown," but you can also imagine tapping along with it as it blares from your radio. Highlights include Rascal Flatt's "Backwards" and "Butterfly Fly Away," a sweet duet with dad.