King Edvard and Queen Paige fly to fictional Sangyoon for the arranged wedding of Princess Myra, who loves instead an humble boy. Eddie and Paige help, but they encounter problems and a royal elephant; still, though, true love prevails.
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Just after the first anniversary of King Edvard and Queen Paige, they fly to the fictional kingdom of Sangyoon, in Southeast Asia, for the wedding of Princess Myra, the daughter of King Saryu. Paige realizes that Myra feels displeased and unhappy with her arranged engagement (economically motivated) to Kah, an unkind, unethical, and vicious businessman; Paige learns that Myra is secretly in love instead with Alu, an humble stable boy. Eddie and Paige seek a way to help, and they soon find themselves in an international incident. A royal elephant, Kayla, disappears, so Eddie, Paige, Soren, and Rayen go after her, and, predictably, then encounter a series of problems; however, they get help, and they find Kayla and return her to King Saryu. True love prevails, and even Soren gets a girlfriend. Written by
Why they are dragging this through its fourth version I will never know. but the new Asian twist is refreshing. All the main actors are decent but some of the bit part actors are awful.
The prince - Chris Geere does a great job as always, and the sidekick - John Firth is really hilarious. The princess - Kam Heskin is looking hot as ever, but the new character Rayen - Selina Lo is soooo hot that she steals the show I am officially now a fan of Rayen and will sit thru the next version just to see her kick some more ass.
The story is generic but the action and fighting and Asian twist make it cool. It has almost nothing to do with the original Prince And Me, but maybe that's a good thing?. Don't expect anything too deep here, but great for kids and lots of eye candy and spinning kicks.
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