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|The Prince Me 2 - The Royal Wedding|
Actors: Luke Mably, Kam Heskin, Maryam d'Abo, Clemency Burton-Hill, Jonathan Firth
Director: Catherine Cyran
Genres: Comedy, Drama
Paige & edvards relationship & the danish monarchy is in trouble when an old law is brought into light. To make matters worse edvards fat playmate from his younger years shows up & is now beautiful and ready to marry edvar... more »
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Mary F. from DULUTH, GA
Reviewed on 9/27/2010...
Great movie. Love this movie
0 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Phil S. (moxieman) from RALEIGH, NC
Reviewed on 6/27/2010...
My daughter enjoyed this movie.
0 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Krista C. from REFORM, AL
Reviewed on 6/17/2009...
I thought this movie was great. It had comedy and romance. It also had the wonderful rivalry between two women fighting to be with one man who just happens to be the Prince of Denmark.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Alice H. (singlegalkansas) from TOPEKA, KS
Reviewed on 1/27/2009...
Not at all as good as first one!! Luke is still yummy but other than that it was crappy.
3 of 6 member(s) found this review helpful.
J. Whitney | New York | 02/22/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"As a fan of the original Prince & Me this sequel has to be one of the worst ever made. Aside from the talented Luke Mably (who clearly looks uncomfortable in his reprised role as Prince Edvard of Denmark) the rest of the cast and the whole plot of the film is hideous. The actress portraying Paige (Kam Hesketh)lacks any depth and refinement that Julia Stiles brought to the role in the first film. In this sequel some ancient law prohibits Edvard from marrying Paige. Enter some poor Norwegian royal and his ditzy daughter Princess Kirsten who wants to marry Edvard and become Queen of Denmark. In the role of Zoren (The Prince's assistant) Jonathan Firth manages to retain some of the dignity that Ben Miller created, but Maryam D'Abo's Queen Rosalind looks more like a well worn socialite from the Cape and the King has suddenly transformed into a bald and bearded old man. There is no Arabella (Edvard's sister)and Paige's parents are totally miscast. I cannot understand why this follow-up was ever made since Luke Mably is the only returning cast member. This film went straight to DVD so the studio will never recoupe their losses for this turkey."
Why Did They Bother To Make It???
Daphne Doodleberry | East Coast, USA | 03/19/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The only original cast member present is the Prince (Luke Mably) and while he is enjoyable to watch, the chemistry isn't there with this "Kam" person. Julia Stiles brought a down to earth quality to the role, which was what it was meant to be. This new girl is a terrible actress and on top of that, she has this prissy looking curly do throughout the film. Paige is supposed to be a down to earth, no nonsense girl, who is a med student and would never wear such a prissy hairstyle. The Prince's sister is completely absent in the family. The mother doesn't have the same regalness about her as the original actress and the father is looking in top shape when supposedly he stepped down due to health reasons, so Edvard could take the throne. This is just awful. Don't waste your money."
Run, Don't Walk Away From this One
M. B. RENTZLER | Brooklyn, NY USA | 06/05/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"You just saw the Prince and Me, and with magic in your eyes you want more, well, you are not going to find it here in this straight to video horror.
The scene where the Prince's future wife walks into a room of the worst computer animated butterflies should have been hint enough but there is more...
First you wonder where the rest of the cast has gone, not even the minor, minor characters have returned for a reprise (except the poor Prince).
The plot is not worthy of a movie of the week. It is the typical "We must prevent a commoner from ascending to throne."
Trust me, put the first one back in the DVD player and lets pretend it just did not happen. Watch it and you will be royally sore."