Well enough

Kyle 2022-04-20 09:01:38

How should I put it... The emotion of the whole process is that it is worthy of being produced by Disney, very Disney! There are a lot of little details in the movie. I just scrolled through the comments and saw someone saying "I don't understand why I'm so repulsive when I know I'm a princess?" It's actually not that hard to understand. For a high school girl who was used to being careless since she was a child, she would be very nervous and scared when she gave a speech, and even wanted to vomit. You suddenly tell her "Oh, you are a princess, a dignified princess who rules the people of the whole country." How can this be so worrying and scary? Another particularly good thing about this film is that when our Princess's best friend gets along with her, it's actually not completely selfless like in fairy tales. She would also be jealous and quarrel with her, even if her friend was a noble princess. Will also be afraid of losing this friend due to the change of the other party's identity. This is really very true!

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  • Osbaldo 2022-03-25 09:01:07

    Anne Hathaway's face value is my appetite, it's really good-looking. The plot may not have depth, but who does not have a princess dream?

  • Chelsea 2021-11-16 08:01:28

    If I watched this movie when I was 15 years old, I would definitely find it very good-looking.

The Princess Diaries quotes

  • Nelson Davenport: Mia Thermopolis is the daughter of local eclectic artist, Helen Thermopolis. They currently live in a refurbished firehouse south of Market Street. Mia is also the only grandchild of Queen Clarisse Renaldi, whose husband, King Rupert, passed away last year. This is Nelson Davenport, KRLH.

  • Mia: And then I realized how many stupid times a day I used the word "I". In fact, probably all I ever do is think about myself. And how lame is that when there's, like, 7 billion other people out there on the planet and when -

    [Grandmother clears throat]