The Prince & Me Reviews

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April 11, 2004
April 9, 2004
To wed or not to wed, that is the royal question. You won't need to know Shakespeare to guess the answer, only Hollywood.
April 8, 2004
Director Martha Coolidge brings us a wonderful romantic comedy.
April 8, 2004
Cinderella for households where Mom and Dad both work.
April 8, 2004
Their romance has the delightful walking-in-another-person's-shoes ambience of the 1953 Gregory Peck-Audrey Hepburn classic Roman Holiday
April 7, 2004
Note to American screenwriters: The whole world isn't as mammary mad as the U.S. Some people have actually seen breasts -- and not just on half-time shows with Janet Jackson.
April 7, 2004
Julia Stiles is adorable, and she's very easy to empathize with
April 7, 2004
...a dry and brittle comedy...
April 6, 2004
This isn't a royal treatment of the Cinderella story - it's just average.
April 6, 2004
Excruciatingly predictable.
April 6, 2004
Paige eventually comes to a self-affirming decision, but the Danish interlude succeeds too well in making us feel her boredom.
April 6, 2004
Something's rotten in Denmark: this movie.
April 5, 2004
... thumbs down for me ...
April 5, 2004
Contrived, unconvincing, and formulaic. Shame.
April 5, 2004
The Prince & Me proves that the "opposites attract" genre of romantic comedy is an all but dead convention.
April 5, 2004
. . . feels more practical than whimsical, more politically correct than sweep-you-off-your-feet romantic.
April 3, 2004
The ending, plain and simple, cheapens all that has come before.
April 3, 2004
The characters lack consistency; they are manipulated like puppets merely to serve the whims of the writers.
April 3, 2004
Stiles is a smart, beautiful, mature actress who has demonstrated a keen taste in projects in the past--note her much-admired rather minor role in the smart thriller The Bourne Identity. She's better than this.
April 3, 2004
...and the obvious takes it's inevitable course. Yadda yadda yadda.
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