My 13 year old daughter and I sat down to watch. First, drinking beer and shots while one girl talked about having sex with a 45 year old man over the summer. Next, Girl's Gone Wild clips. I stopped the movie. The rest might have been cute or fun, but I was very disappointed with what I had just exposed my daughter to thinking it would be a cute movie. We did not watch the rest. Be careful. I would watch before showing to my teen.
Just seeing the commercial in the background of the movie showing censored versions of girls taking off their tops was enough for me to not let my daughters watch it. It may have turned out where the prince had a change of heart, but to wade through the visual and auditory things in the beginning was not worth the rest of the movie to me.
The Prince and Me was a cute movie. However, it should have been rated PG-13. My daughter and I both heard the "S" word in one of the scenes. Also, there was the scene in the library where Paige and Eddie were taking off their shirts that suggusts having sex (Luckily, the paparazzi came along.). That type of scene should not be in a PG movie at all.
The "PG" rating really surprised me. The kissing, "Girls Gone Wild," and a scene where a man asks a woman to take her top off were really inapropriate for younger kids. There was also more drinking than I expected. 12+ only.
Prince meets ordinary girl and falls in love. A sweet movie with a classic fairy tale theme. The college scenes and the raucous friends are a bit much but play a small role in the overall movie. Good entertainment but don't expect any amazing moral other than follow your heart.
Preteen Fairy Tale with Good Conversation Starters
I saw this at the theater with my 13 year old daughter and we enjoyed it. I don't expect it's the kind of thing that even gets considered for an academy award, but it was great to use as a discussion starting point about promiscuous behavior, responsibility, dating, drinking, stereotypes, etc.