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Everyone in A Princess Switch does just fine: Hudgens has a lot of fun, particularly as Stacy (fake accent aside), Sagar and Palladio are charming in different ways, and they manage to bring the whole thing in for an appropriately silly ending.
Exactly what the hopeless romantic ordered for their Christmas viewing this season. This is likely one that will be in heavy rotation throughout December.
It's a mess, but it's a jolly fun mess.
The Princess Switch is a fun piece of nonsense to watch during the holidays when the classics feel tired.
Combines The Parent Trap with It Takes Two and Roman Holiday (and The Great British Baking Show?) to create even more mindless holiday viewing.
The Princess Switch is a delight. If you told me last year that I would thoroughly enjoy-nay, crave-another Parent Trap-like movie but starring Vanessa Hudgens,... I would have told you exactly what to do with your Christmas pastries.
I find these twin-switch type movies fascinating when one actress is doing all of the work. I'm not saying Hudgens in a Netflix movie full of tropes is Emmy worthy, but it takes a lot of work.
Put it this way: I wasn't always positive which character I was watching onscreen, but I always knew that whoever she was, I was rooting for her.
The Princess Switch is sure to check all the boxes for anyone looking for a simple and sweet Christmas romance flick.
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