Monte Carlo

2011

Monte Carlo

Critics Consensus

Although it has its charming moments, Monte Carlo is mostly silly, predictable stuff that never pushes beyond the boundaries of formula.

39%

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Reviews Counted: 92

49%
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User Ratings: 25,844

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Reviews Count: 0
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49%
Average Rating: 3.3/5

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Three graduates fulfill their dreams of vacationing in Paris. They accidentally find themselves in a lavish world, where they live like royalty and experience romance. But at the end of their journey, they discover the true magic of friendship. -- 20th Century Fox

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Cast

Selena Gomez
as Grace/Cordelia Winthrop Scott
Joe Camp III
as Carl at Diner
Valérie Lemercier
as Madame Valerie
Franck de la Personne
as Manager at Grand Belle
Máté Haumann
as Concierge at Grand Belle
Istvan Goz
as Doorman at Grand Belle
Attila Arpa
as Security at Grand Belle
Joël le François
as Manager at Le Petite Sommeil
Joël Lefrançois
as Manager at Le Petite Sommeil
Virág Bárány
as Maid at Le Petite Someille
Shay Cunliffe
as Cashier at Eiffel Tower
Barna Illyés
as Paparazzi 1
Gábor Nagypál
as Paparazzi 3
Dániel Mogács
as Paparazzi 2
Matt Devere
as Steward on Jet
Mark Phelan
as Man in Bathtub
Christophe Malavoy
as Bernard Marchand
Catherine Tate
as Alicia Winthrop Scott
Giulio Berruti
as Prince Domenico da Silvano
Bruno Abraham-Kremer
as Police Captain
Romain Cottard
as Desk Clerk at Hotel de Paris
Arnaud Aldigé
as Bellhop at Hotel de Paris
Antal Leisen
as Room Service at Hotel to Paris
Richard B. Rifkin
as Auction Bidder 1
Sophie Care Thompson
as Auction Bidder 2
George Mendel
as Auction Announcer
Severine Vasseline
as Waitress on Yacht
Vilma Szesci
as Flower Market Woman
Ben O'Brien
as Strolling Policeman
Vilma Szecsi
as Flower Market Woman
Bernadett Kis
as Touring Architect (Romania)
Eva Magyar
as School Director (Romania)
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Critic Reviews for Monte Carlo

All Critics (92) | Top Critics (31)

Audience Reviews for Monte Carlo

½

Pretty cute lighthearted teenager filled rom-com...

Cynthia S.
Cynthia S.

Super Reviewer

Okay movie for tween girls to watch. (I can't imagine it's appeal would go too much further than that). Young cast are all good here in a far fetched little story about mistaken identity. Not something I would watch again, or was anxious to see in the first place, but pleasant enough use of an hour and a half. I think the scenery around Paris was actually more interesting than the thin little plot, but for what it is, it's okay. It's extremely Disney (I have no idea if it is Disney or not, or it just comes across like it). Happy ending for all.

Nicki Marie
Nicki Marie

Super Reviewer

Three young women vacationing in Paris find themselves whisked away to Monte Carlo after one of the girls is mistaken for a British heiress. Good movie. I enjoyed it pretty nice, although the main idea of the story was not original in a way nevertheless the story plays out well and spot on. Great young cast with potential. A young woman, her uptight step sister and her best friend use their savings for a long anticipated dream trip to Paris, which turns out to be a big disappointment. When they decide to take a break from their lousy tour and duck into the lobby of a luxury hotel, one of them is mistaken for a spoiled British heiress. Before they get the chance to reveal their true identities they are wrapped up in misadventures during a vacation to Monte Carlo instead.

Manu Gino
Manu Gino

Super Reviewer

½

I saw this film by chance. It wasn't really geared for my demographic; so if I had been a 12 y.o. girl I would have rated this much higher. The film ran like a Disney teen sitcom. The main character has problems at home and she's graduating high school. Looking forward to a trip to Paris where things don't go as planned. Then theres a love interest for each of the leading ladies, and because they each found a man there's a happy ending. Very typical, but your teenage daughter will eat it right up.

Gregory Dark
Gregory Dark

Super Reviewer

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