At a Wisconsin university, local farmer's daughter Paige Morgan is intrigued by odd Danish exchange student Edvard 'Eddie', who is ignorant of many aspects of daily life, such as all ... See full summary »
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At a Wisconsin university, local farmer's daughter Paige Morgan is intrigued by odd Danish exchange student Edvard 'Eddie', who is ignorant of many aspects of daily life, such as all domestic chores (no wonder, he's the incognito heir to the royal throne of Denmark, his roommate Soren a court minder) but well versed in other matters, such as Shakespeare. They become friends; encouraged by her best friend to invite him to the Morgan family farm. He not only makes a good impression on her parents and brothers but triumphs in the rustic lawnmower race. Only after some paparazzi track Edvard down to film them kissing and he has returned home because the king is gravely ill does Paige realize he may be her true love, and flies to Copenhagen. Initially, the court, especially queen Rosalind, opposes a commoner bride, but Edvard sticks to his guns before accepting to succeed his abdicating father. Paige's public performance soon improves enough to win the royal family's blessing. However, she... Written by
My friend and I decided to rent both The Prince and Me and The Prince and Me 2, we'd watch them back to back, just for fun. We both like Julia Styles and this looked like a cute movie. Well, we're both in our 20's, so in some ways the film missed for us, I think it was more aimed at a teen audience, not to sound sexist(I'm a girl too), but more precisely, at teenage girls.
It's about a college girl, Paige, who is working so hard to get into med school and can't afford any distractions. Edvard is the Prince of Denmark and sees a commercial of "college girls gone wild in Wisconsin", he thinks that it's true and decides to take a trip to Wisconsin and meets Paige. They get off the wrong foot, since he tells her to take her top off. But they end up having a science class together and become partners, eventually, you know, they end up falling for each other. But since "Eddie" doesn't want anyone to know he's a prince, Paige finds out the hard way through the paparazzi, but she gets back with him in Denmark, where Eddie proposes and she is to be the future queen of the Denmark, but it may be too much to handle for a simple farm girl.
The Prince and Me is very predictable and very unrealistic, but I think that it was a sweet little comedy for teens. That's the crowd it was aimed for, which is cool, but for women who are older, I think that we got a few laughs and enjoyed it. The guys? Trust me, I don't think they're going to dig it.
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