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Princess Mia settles in Genovia, but is required to be wed before she can assume the crown of her country. Her grandmother urges her to go for an arranged marriage.
Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews bring charm and elegance to the movie, but there's not enough material for them to work with in this sequel.
Scenes end abruptly, laughs are as rare as yetis, and the overarching question seems to be: Can we turn this into a franchise?
There's not enough story in it to fill a shoebox.
Was there a point of a sequel to a movie that was just decent after all?
Sometimes charming, sometimes a tad too silly and all the time predictable, Princess Diaries 2 gives you what you'd expect and doesn't take many chances besides allowing for the possibility that a princess might be okay without a husband.
Too blandly insubstantial to expand its appeal beyond its target demographic.
The larger message -- that you should marry for the right reasons only when you're ready -- is one everyone can applaud.
Lumpish excuse for a contemporary fairy tale.
A fun romp for girls of all ages.
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement is unapologetically aimed towards young girls, making this review virtually moot.
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