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The Prince & Me 4: The Elephant Adventure

By Andrea Beach, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

More action, exotic adventure can't lift so-so sequel.

Movie PG 2010 93 minutes
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Fans of Paige and Edvard may enjoy their continuing adventures, but tweens looking for sigh-worthy romance mixed with excitement and adventure will find this movie falls short. In The Prince & Me 4: The Elephant Adventure, the acting's uneven and the characters seem more like types than real people we're getting to know. The exotic, although made-up, location is a refreshing change, and it's nice to see a more diverse cast, especially the savvy Rayen, who knows how to take care of the bad guys when the going gets tough. But there are some negative stereotypes about the locals and the white-savior implication that a Western country needs to come to their aid. If you're really hooked on this series, by all means give this one a shot, but if you're looking for a quality family popcorn movie, keep looking.

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