I will say this for the movie critics of America. When they don't like something or someone they will certainly let you know it, and in the most imaginative of ways. With as many people who don't like Miley Cyrus in The Last Song you would think their criticism would become redundant or boring. It isn't. Critics have great imaginations.
"Allegedly, this is the film in which Cyrus gets all, like, dramatic. If by 'dramatic' one means pouty, sullen, and cute, then OK." - Boston Globe
To their credit, the Boston Globe also hated the movie so didn't put the entire onus on Miley for the film totally not being worthy of your time.
The New York Times isn't as kind. "Acting, for the moment at least, seems almost entirely beyond her...she pouts, slouches, storms in and out of rooms and occasionally cracks a snaggle-toothed smile, but most of the time she seems to be mugging for the camera, play-acting rather than exploring the motives and feelings of her character."
You want more? She probably doesn't care because she made millions whether anyone goes to see it. And if people do go to see it, she will get paid millions more dollars to do just as bad next time.
Can you handle some more? Oh, Variety had a good one. "Miley "hasn't yet learned not to act with her eyebrows and overbite."
The New York Post says Miley is as bad as Britney Spears was in Crossroads. But the worst comment is probably from The Village Voice who says, "I can't recall ever squirming as much as I did during Ronnie and Will’s first kiss; shiny, buff Hemsworth looks like he's locking lips with an Andy Hardy–era Mickey Rooney in a wig."