The Pincess Diaries

Deron 2022-04-22 07:01:12

I have to say that Mia is lucky, she has an easy-going and cheerful mother, a wise Queen's grandmother, a humorous and capable bodyguard, a father who gives her courage at critical moments, and a friend who encourages her , and a Michael who has always loved her whether she is an inconspicuous little transparent or a noble princess. At the beginning of the story, Mia is a disheveled girl with low self-esteem who is often ridiculed, but what impressed me most was the line of Eleanor Roosevelt that the guard Joe said after seeing Mia's lack of confidence: No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. Despite being deceived, malicious media reports, and countless self-denials, Mia finally regained her courage to be a princess. Her friends told her that as a princess she has the ability to influence the whole country and even the world, and she can play a huge role in making the world a better place. Her father told her: Courage is not the absense of fear but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear. The brave may not live forever but the cautious do not live at all. A judgment more important than fear. The brave do not live forever, but the cautious cannot survive at all.

At the end of the movie, Mia not only successfully delivered a speech, but also successfully gained love with Michael. Michael asked Mia why it was him, and she said, "Because you saw me when I was invisible." Being able to notice your own existence even when you didn't shine is perhaps the most important thing in Mia's eyes.

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The Princess Diaries quotes

  • [as his assistants pluck Mia's eyebrows]

    Paolo: I love your eyebrows. We'll call them Frieda and Kahlo. If Brooke Shields married Groucho Marx, their child would have your eyebrows!

  • Michael: Don't worry about me. I just consider myself royally flushed.

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