The Prince & Me Reviews

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April 2, 2004
It is really two movies in one, and both are sub-par.
April 2, 2004
The primary plot strands in the screenplay were well-worn when Sigmund Romberg composed his operetta 'The Student Prince' 80 years ago...
April 2, 2004
Romeo and Juliet, this ain't.
April 2, 2004
Nothing is new about the movie's premise, but it is entertaining all the same.
April 2, 2004
Bland and immediately disposable.
April 2, 2004
Even its pre-teen audience could use a bit more quirkiness and a little less formula.
April 2, 2004
Even the teens at whom this plodding and predictable romantic comedy is clearly aimed are unlikely to be swept away by its contrivances.
April 2, 2004
The sound you hear is the death rattle of the women's movement.
April 2, 2004
It's yet another well-meaning story about following both your heart and your dream, occasionally sweet yet overly familiar and overlong.
April 2, 2004
As pleasant to watch as a fairy tale, but it's smarter than a fairy tale.
April 2, 2004
I guess the 'real' part is that the heroine here isn't a simp as she was in, say, Cinderella, and the handsome prince is no longer that handsome and no longer behaves in a princely manner.
April 2, 2004
There's not one moment that's even vaguely fresh or original in the screenplay, which blithely dispenses with anything resembling logic or plausibility, not to mention wit and heart.
April 2, 2004
The script puts the two characters through their paces. Blandly.
April 2, 2004
The realism clashes with the princess-fantasy story.
April 2, 2004
Dimwitted.
April 2, 2004
Sappily-ever-after fairy tale.
April 2, 2004
April 2, 2004
Sweet, amiable and often unexpectedly funny.
April 2, 2004
April 2, 2004
Interminable and hackneyed fairy tale.
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