Bad Hair Day Movie Review #BadHairDay Debuts tonight 2/13 at 8/7 CST on Disney Channel

Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Disney and the Walt Disney Animation Studios. I received an all-expense paid trip so that I could gather and share this information. However, all experiences and opinions are always 100% honest and my own.

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Bad Hair Day Review 

Let me start by saying that, yes, I tend to  like the silly movies that my daughter and I watch together. This being the kind of movie her and I would be watching. Any family time spent together is good family time. But on Friday 2/13 when this airs she and I will again be watching this movie. It was charming, funny, sweet and yet completely relevant to teens and kids today. It’s a movie that I know my daughter will enjoy but my son will too. It’s as relevant to him as it is to her. 

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Put Bad Hair Day on your must see list

The lovely Leigh Allyn-Baker acts and executive produces this movie. Check out my interview with Leigh Allyn-Baker here. She stars as Liz, a no-nonsense federal agent looking to find a missing diamond necklace. She knows that Monica, played by Laura, bought the necklace. The hilarity ensues from their first meeting. All that happens in this movie takes place in one day. One. Day. Monica let’s her followers make all her decisions for her. Liz doesn’t understand why she can’t just make her own decisions. It’s a movie about being who you are and being okay with yourself. Good or bad, flaws and all. Just be yourself. Being prom queen and getting the guy isn’t everything. Going to school and then college is everything! It’s got such a powerful message for girls and boys about being themselves. 

Bad Hair Day Review
BAD HAIR DAY – Disney Channel’s “Bad Hair Day” stars Leigh-Allyn Baker as Liz and Laura Marano as Monica. (Disney Channel/Bob D’Amico)

So to sum up Bad Hair Day I laughed, I cried, I loved it. It was funny and sweet and made me laugh so many times I lost count. I got to see this movie with Leigh and she loved listening to our reactions to the movie. Our laughter at just the right spots made her happy to know she did accomplish what she wanted with her movie. So see it tonight on Disney Channel. You’ll enjoy being with your child and enjoy watching a good movie for adults and kids!

Check out my other McFarland posts: Intro to McFarland, my first trip post of what we did and where we went and my first exclusive interview with Kevin Costner

And my Big Hero 6 posts where I introduce the directors to you, Fresh off the Boat where we speak with the executive producer and my Bad Hair Day movie review post and interview with Leigh Allyn-Baker

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