The FBI Recruits Miley Cyrus Because Reasons In 'So Undercover'

You're better than this, Jeremy Piven. Not by much, but still, you're better than this. In her most believable role to date, Miley Cyrus plays a private investigator recruited by the FBI and sent to college in order to keep an eye on a star witness. I don't know why the FBI would employ a private investigator or why they wouldn't put a star witness in protective custody or how changing Miley Cyrus, P.I.'s flannel shirt out for a dress constitutes a makeover or how this movie doesn't feature comic relief from a pet piglet sidekick that covers its eyes with a little pig hoof whenever Miley makes a social faux pas. If any movie deserves a socially-aware piglet sidekick, it's this one. That's on you, screenwriter Allan Loeb.

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