Chasing Liberty aspires to be a modern take on classic comedies like It Happened One Night and Roman Holiday, only instead of a princess on the run, it's the president's daughter, and instead of a reporter she winds up with, it's an agent assigned to protect her (He's told not to reveal himself, and to give her a fake sense of freedom). The performances are fine (Mandy Moore makes one hell of an improvement from her dreadful performance in the shitty Love Story rip off, A Walk to Remember), the sites are delightful as one should expect from a film about a trip through Europe, and it has some occasional moments of humor. Unfortunately, Chasing Liberty flat lines because of its own script which does very little to spice up its premise. The film also suffers because there are too many montages and not enough character development (Sorry, you're not Rocky IV. You can't get away with a fuck-ton of montages with a story like this). I can see some people enjoying this, as it's an inoffensive romantic comedy. It's just a shame that it couldn't be better. Ultimately, it's just mediocre and forgettable.