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Hallie has a curse, she's the daughter of the American President. And to make matters worse, it's an election year. But all she wants to do is go out on a date. Fortunately, geeky Duncan has the same goal When they finally get to the date however, a series of incidents could seriously damage the relationship...and national security. Written by
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Both of the leads, Will Friedle and Elisabeth Harnois, have appeared in Boy Meets World. Friedle as Cory's brother Eric and Harnois as Missy Robinson, the girl that kisses Cory while Topanga is sick in season 3 episode 9. See more »
At the end of the movie, when they are driving off to go on their date, right before the secret service turns the corner. At the four way stop, drivers are supposed to stop, but Duncan didn't stop at the stop sign. See more »
I'm not trying to keep her locked up, Carol. Just we have some special... circumstances here. It's not as if she's just some ordinary girl.
See? You see? That's just it. She *is* an ordinary girl. Face it George, we are the parents of a real-live, full-fledged teenager! And instance like this are going to happen more often if we try to keep her locked up in an ivory tower.
What about security?
That's what the Secret Service are for.
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Normally I'd avoid any movie with a title like this, in fact any movie with 'president' in it. However, it only took the sight of Jay Thomas (memorable from Cheers and many other appearances) to hook me and eventually keep my attention until the final rap.
Overall I thought this was an extremely fine movie both in content and performances. It was well-directed and good to watch and in fact offered a pretty believable portrait of life in the white house, unlike most bigger budget movies which tend to gloss over the chinks in the armor.
Unusually, this is a movie from the 1990s which can actually be recommended as solid family viewing.
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