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Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, The
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Reviewed on 2004-08-18
RatedG
Received[3]  out of 4 stars
GenreComedy / Family / Romance
Websitehttp://disney.go.com/disneypictures/diaries2/
Five years have passed since the popular hit "The Princess Diaries" ended, now we find Mia (Anne Hathaway) has grown into a stunning, young woman and is asked to assume her role as princess of Genovia. Julie Andrews reprises her role as the wise grandmother Queen Clarisse. No sooner has Mia arrived in Genovia, than she finds pressure to marry or lose her right to the throne.

Most of the cast is back including Hector Elizondo as the chief of security, and Heather Matarazzo who plays Mia's best friend Lilly. The new additions include two of Mia's suitors: Chris Pine (Lord Nicholas Devereaux) and Callum Blue (Lord Andrew Jacoby). John Rhys-Davies is Viscount Mabrey who tries to disrupt Mia's rise to the Throne and give it instead to his nephew Lord Nicholas.

Follow the fun in this excellent sequel that I liked better than the original. Mia is much more confident in this outing. She has graduated from college and has grown to embrace her Genovian heritage. When the chips are down, she rises to the occasion and proves she is fit to rule. Director Gary Marshall has a real winner in this fun "G" rated film from Disney the whole family can enjoy.







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