The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
Mia Thermopolis is now a college graduate and on her way to Genovia to take up her duties as princess. Her best friend Lilly also joins her for the summer. Mia continues her 'princess lessons'- riding horses side-saddle, archery, and other royal. But her complicated life is turned upside down once again when she not only learns that she is to take the crown as queen earlier than expected...
- Category:Thriller, Romance, Comedy, Family
- Stars:Anne Hathaway, Julie Andrews, Hector Elizondo, John Rhys-Davies, Heather Matarazzo, Chris Pine, Callum Blue, Kathleen Marshall, Tom Poston, Joel McCrary, Kim Thomson, Raven-Symoné, Larry Miller, Caroline Goodall, Sean O'Bryan,
- Director:Garry Marshall,
- Writer:Meg Cabot (characters), Gina Wendkos (story), Shonda Rhimes (story), Shonda Rhimes (screenplay)
Crown Princess of Genovia Amelia "Mia" Thermopolis has just graduated from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School and is returning to Genovia with her bodyguard Joe. There Mia faces a new revelation: she is being primed for an arranged marriage to an English suitor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement torrent reviews
(it) wrote: This is one of the only movies I have seen in recent years that shows real people and places. If you are tired of reality being cast aside and flawless actors and individuals in hollywood trying to depict real life, this is the flick for you. Awesome soundtrack as well.
(kr) wrote: The Heat 2013I liked the music choices and the writing because writing is pretty well done. I liked the opening introduction for both characters. I was surprised to see the actor who played Biff, Griff, from Back to the Future Trilogy and also seeing a regular guest star from the Big Bang Theory in this film.I think this film has a lot of hilarious moments I just wish that it had less swearing and inappropriate sexual content. Some of the interrogation scenes I enjoyed. I liked the first interrogation with Sandra Bulluack's character with Millisa MaCarthy which I found hilarious. There were a few scenes I did not enjoy or did not get because I think there were missing something in order to better understand the scene. Like the club scene at first I was not exactly sure what was going on as far as why or what Sandra Ballack was doing dressed the way she was or what she doing till very late in the scene. Another one was my Mellisa MaCathy's father had Jesus doing sports activities like baseball, basketball and hockey and what the significance was of that.
(kr) wrote: Undercooked domestic thriller that smells of a vanity project for Joshua Close, a crappy actor who takes the lead role, and as co-writer manages to include a demeaning nude scene for Selma Blair with him. I watched this because the underrated Rachel Miner has a co-starring role, and she's quite good as an oddball country wife.
(ru) wrote: A decent follow-up to the bringer of a new genre.
(au) wrote: Unionizing strippers in San Francisco are a fascinating subject for a documentary. Best of all, the Lusty Ladies succeeded and remain the only card-carrying stripper union members in the world. But perhaps the most intriguing parts of the film involve the director Julia Query and her mother, anti-prostitution advocate Joyce Wallace. Their disagreements illuminate nicely the divisions between Second Wave and post-feminists.
(jp) wrote: After the passing of Peter O'Toole, and seeing various clips of his acting and interviews I decided to dive into his filmography and see what tickled my fancy. So when I saw an 80's comedy that was a tribute to the golden age of TV/Movies where he plays a character based one of my favorite actors of all time, I was sold. I Loved this thing. The sharp wit of the script made me glow. The characters from the major ones such as as Alan Swann, to very minor ones like Lil the costume lady, i latched on to all of them. I really dug Mark Linn-Baker as an up and coming writer given the task baby sitting O'Toole. He is the heart of this film. He has a speech towards the end that is so perfect. This guy LOVES films, LOVES the roles that Swann played and it ozzes out of him without it ever being hero worship or keeping him from telling the guy when he's being lame . And if he is the heart then O'Toole is the soul. You are hooked on his every line,glued to his every action. This role is fantastic, funny and tragic, charming and pitiful, and he NAILS it. It's romantic and cynical all at the same time. This is easily going on 'one of my favorite movies ever' list.
(gb) wrote: laurel and hardy like usual, are at their funniest