The Prince and Me 2: The Royal Wedding – Filtered

Theatrical Release: February 21, 2006
DVD Release: February 21, 2006
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Synopsis

The Prince and Me 2: The Royal Wedding continues the story of 2003’s fantasy romance The Prince and Me. In the earlier film, Paige (Julia Stiles) – a midwestern college co-ed – falls in love with Edvard (Luke Mably), sans realizing that he is actually the Prince of Denmark. In this sequel, Paige (now played by neophyte Kam Heskin) and Eddie must confront a centuries-old Danish edict declaring that if a Danish prince marries a commoner, he must abdicate his throne.

Dove Review

Danish King Edvard is stuck.. He needs to make a decision of leaving his throne tp marry his love, his fiance, commoner Paige Morgan, or marry the princess. Will the king’s love mean more than having the throne? This was a cute romantic comedy. The acting was not the greatest. There were a few funny moments in the movie like when the princess tries to win the king’s heart and does things to Paige like putting itching powder on her and acting like her friend to get closer to the king. It did seem to go a little slow at the beginning but then got better towards the middle. We recommend it for ages twelve and above.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Man and woman kiss a couple of times.
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: Some drinking.
Nudity: Cleavage
Other: Theme of romance so recommended for ages twelve and above.

Info

Company: DEJ Productions
Writer: Allison Robinson and Mark Amin
Director: Catherine Cyran
Producer: Mike Elliott
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 96 min.
Reviewer: Hannah Kortz