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The Princess Switch (2018)

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One week before Christmas, Margaret, the gorgeous Duchess of Montenaro, switches places with Stacy, a "commoner" from Chicago, who looks exactly like her. With the assistance of a magical ... See full summary »

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Mike Rohl
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Alexa Adeosun Alexa Adeosun ... Olivia
Suanne Braun ... Mrs. Donatelli
Jo Cameron Brown ... Mrs. MacBride
Mark Fleischmann ... Frank De Luca
Adi Gheo Adi Gheo ... Brianna's Sous Chef (as Adrian Gheorge)
Vanessa Hudgens ... Stacy
Sam Palladio ... Prince Edward
Nick Sagar ... Kevin Richards
Sara Stewart ... Queen Caroline
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One week before Christmas, Margaret, the gorgeous Duchess of Montenaro, switches places with Stacy, a "commoner" from Chicago, who looks exactly like her. With the assistance of a magical Santa's helper, Margaret falls in love with Stacy's handsome co-worker, while Stacy falls in love with Margaret's fiance, the dashing Prince. Written by Netflix

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16 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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A Princesa e a Plebeia See more »

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Generic princess and the pauper movie
16 November 2018 | by hjalsayeghSee all my reviews

A movie that belongs on the hallmark channel. As generic as can be without anything that'll offend.

The princess here is actually a Duchess and the pauper is a baker and they run into each other on Christmas while the later is preparing for a baking competition.

I feel like I read a studio exec. checklist just now... Well the rest of the movie actually goes like a checklist too. Girls meet, switch places, go through the motions of the Prince and the Pauper but with a princess diary peppered in as well as a Christmas miracle for good measures and true love because why not. Everyone is happy all the time and you can just play this in the background and miss nothing.

It's a piece of fluff so if that's your thing go ahead, just keep in mind that the first 15 minutes is a painfully awkward exposition that was both badly written and poorly acted. Get past that and you get to... every hallmark movie ever.


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