Three young women vacationing in Paris find themselves whisked away to Monte Carlo after one of the girls is mistaken for a British heiress.
Release Year: 2011
Rating: 5.3/10 (8,944 voted)
Critic's Score: 43/100
Stars: Selena Gomez, Leighton Meester, Katie Cassidy
A young woman, her uptight step sister and her best friend use their savings for a long anticipated dream trip to Paris, which turns out to be a big disappointment. When they decide to take a break from their lousy tour and duck into the lobby of a luxury hotel, one of them is mistaken for a spoiled British heiress. Before they get the chance to reveal their true identities they are wrapped up in misadventures during a vacation to Monte Carlo instead.
Writers: Thomas Bezucha, April Blair
Cordelia Winthrop Scott
Mary 'Meg' Kelly
Joe Camp III
Carl at Diner
Franck de la Personne
Manager at Grand Belle
Concierge at Grand Belle
Doorman at Grand Belle
Security at Grand Belle
Manager at Le Petite Sommeil
She's having the time of someone else's life.
Release Date: 1 July 2011
Filming Locations: Budapest, Hungary
Box Office Details
Opening Weekend: BHD 855
(3 July 2011)
(25 September 2011)
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Excellent tween and teen movie!
Monte Carlo is a charming movie for tweens and/or teens. Several other
reviewers disliked the movie calling it predictable and boring but I
have to vehemently disagree. If you are looking for a cute, adventurous
movie with NO SWEARING, NO NUDITY, NO SEXUAL SCENES or INNUENDOS, NO
SMOKING, and NO DRUGS then this is the movie for you (and us!)! This
movie reminds me of some of the 1960's Disney movies that were
plot-wise too old for little kids but still 'safe' for the not quite
This is a classic movie about mistaken identity and learning to get
along. The 3 main characters in the movies are all very different
personalities but they grow and learn to accept each other by the end
of the movie. They also have very different 'happy endings' but seeing
how different they are, the characters should end happily-ever-after
There are some funny moments, some thinking 'would I do that?' moments,
and some 'good for her' moments. You genuinely like each of these
characters (except the mean girl) by the end of the show whether you
liked them at the beginning or not.
This movie is perfect for its target audience of tweens/early teens and
I wish more movies like this were available with today's stars!