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No sooner has Princess Mia moved into the Royal Palace with her beautiful, wise grandmother Queen Clarisse than she learns her days as a princess are numbered. Mia's got to lose the tiara and immediately take the crown herself.
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Roger EbertFull Review Below Average ...to Garry Marshall, the often-talented director of the original "Princess Diaries" as well as this sequel, I say: Did you deliberately assemble this movie from off-the-shelf parts or did it just happen that way? The film is like a homage to the cliches and obligatory stereotypes of its genre. For someone like (director) Marshall, it must have been like playing the scales.
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OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
Watching" write-up for this movie.
We collected 198 moviegoer opinions. First let me point out how wrong the professional critics were. They all rated it below average, but MOVIEGOERS LOVED "PRINCESS DIARIES 2"! As could be expected, females rated it the highest. All female age groups gave it exceptional opinions (lots of "Fantastic's"). It's definitely a movie for the ladies.
Don't think this is just a chick flick because the male opinions also came in very high, especially considering what type of movie this is. With no male giving it an opinion lower than "Good," I would highly recommend "Princess Diaries 2" as a GREAT DATE MOVIE!
"Dear Diary, So much has been going on. I
finished college! I graduated from Princeton where I
studied Political Science. Now I'm off to Genovia!
This is just the latest, exciting change in my life, one
of a bunch I've gone through in the last few years.”
Five years have passed and now the fun
begins as Mia (ANNE HATHAWAY) has matured
into a stunning, young woman and is ready to
assume her role as princess of Genovia. But no
sooner has she moved into the Royal Palace with
her beautiful, wise grandmother Queen Clarisse,
(JULIE ANDREWS) than she learns her days as a
princess are numbered – Mia's got to lose the
tiara and immediately take the crown
herself. As if getting ready to rule wasn't
enough, the stakes for Mia have never
been higher – with Genovian law stating
that princesses must be married before
being crowned, Mia is in for a parade of
suitors who'd all like to be her king.