Bad Hair Day

Bad Hair Day Movie Review

Bad Hair Day Movie Review

*Disclosure: I received an all expenses paid trip to Los Angeles for the coverage of several press events for Disney. All opinions are 100% my own.

Bad Hair Day is a must see movie that is going to be on the Disney Channel on Friday, February 13th! As a parent of a teenage daughter, I could definitely relate to all of the antics in Bad Hair Day. But it isn’t just for the teenage girls, but younger girls as well as parents making it a perfect family film! With Prom just around the corner for us, this movie is one that girls will enjoy no matter what their age is! 

Bad Hair Day
BAD HAIR DAY – Disney Channel viewer favorites Laura Marano (“Austin & Ally”) and Leigh-Allyn Baker (“Good Luck Charlie”) star in “Bad Hair Day,” a buddy comedy about a high school tech-whiz whose prom day abruptly shifts into a wild ride across town, thanks to a down-on-her-luck cop and a jewel thief. Leigh-Allyn Baker also executive-produces this Disney Channel Original Movie, premiering FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13 (8:00 p.m., ET/PT). (Disney Channel/Phillippe Bosse) LEIGH-ALLYN BAKER, LAURA MARANO

I don’t want to give away the whole movie for you but what I can tell you is this: 

  • Leigh Allyn-Baker and Laura Marano are the perfect duo for this movie because they are both funny as well as great actresses.
  • There are ups, downs, and everything in between to make this the perfect movie! 
  • Dresses, danger, antics, role reversals and of course some theft comes into the plot to make this outstanding movie! 
  • Your identity, who you are, comes from the inside. It doesn’t come from the outside.

 

 

 Liz (Leigh Allyn-Baker is an ex-cop because she let a jewel thief get away with some priceless jewels and didn’t call for back up. But the jewel thief looses the jewels, and Laura Marano (Monica) picks them up at a local store to wear with her “perfect” prom dress, hair and of course shoes. But when all things go astray the main character role is reversed and they both get what they deserve respectively.

Leigh Allyn Baker  and Laura Marano along with the cast of Bad Hair Day have made an outstanding movie, that pulls at your heartstrings and gives you a few laughs too!! But the most important message of the entire film was to remember who you are on the inside and to believe in yourself! 


Be sure you tune into the Disney Channel and Watch Bad Hair Day February 13, 2015 at 8 pm/7 central for this great film! 
*Disclosure: I received an all expenses paid trip to Los Angeles for the coverage of several press events for Disney. All opinions are 100% my own.

 

 

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