Thursday, October 1, 2009

The Prince & Me: Holiday Honeymoon

MOVIE REVIEW

The Prince and Me: Holiday Honeymoon

Also Known As:

Prince and Me 3: A Royal Honeymoon

Network: ABC Family Movie


CAST:

Jonathan Firth ... Soren
Kam Heskin ... Paige
Chris Geere ... Edvard
Selina Lo ... Rayen
Ase Wang ... Myra
Frank DeMartini ... Drummer
Joe Cummings ... Violist
Prinya Intachai ... Kah
Leigh Barwell ... Nurse
Vithaya Pansringarm ... King Saryu
David Bueno ... Soldier #3
Amarin Cholvibul ... Alu
Felix John Fraser ... Secret Agent 2
David Allen Jones ... Guitar Player
Peter Mossman ... Secret Service Agent #1
Charlie Ruedpokanon ... Soldier #2
John Dang ... Singer - Closing Credits


PLOT:

from ABCfamily:

In this sequel to "The Prince & Me: The Royal Wedding," newlyweds Queen Paige (Kam Heskin) and King Edvard (Chris Geere) try to escape the spotlight by honeymooning in Belavia amidst ancient castles and glittering snowcapped mountains but instead end up uncovering a plot against the Danish monarchy.

Just as the royal couple are set to board their private plane to paradise, Prince Edvard, aka Eddie, comes up with a new game plan and diverts their destination to Belavia, a snowy underdeveloped country under the protection of the Denmark monarchy. When the two arrive ready to begin their honeymoon, their goal of romance and relaxation is crushed when the couple run into Paige's high school sweetheart, Scott (Adam Croasdell), at their inn, causing Eddie to instantly get jealous.

To make matters worse, they meet Oliver Laertes (Joshua Rubin), who is in Belavia to oversee the building of an oil pipeline for the Danish Prime Minister the construction of which Eddie never approved. Eddie quickly discovers that Prime Minister Pollonius (Todd Jensen) went behind his back to set it up and is attempting to take power from the throne. Before Eddie and Paige know it, the royal couple's relaxing holiday honeymoon turns into a wild race to get the Danish parliament to come to the couple's aid.



Movie Review:

This is a Christmas Holiday Honeymoon. The couple leaves for their Honeymoon and trouble follows. It's kind of a cheesy film, however, it does not have much objectionable content. One man does try to pretend that he is having an affair with the Princess, but of course this is not true.

I personally prefer The Princess Diaries movies, better, but those who thouroughly enjoy those, may like this, as well.



See or Skip:

See, if you like Prince & Princess Movies.

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