Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo

Romantic comedy with Selena Gomez (Wizards of Waverly Place), Katie Cassidy (Gossip Girl) and Leighton Meester (Gossip Girl) as three friends who use their life savings for a dream trip to Paris.

When they decide to take a break from their borefest tour ("the worst tour in all of Paris") and sneak into the lobby of a five-star hotel, one of them is mistaken for a British heiress. Before they can reveal their true identities the girls are wrapped up in a whirlwind of paparazzi, couture gowns, storybook romances, and living a glamorous life in Monte Carlo...

2011Rating: PG, contains low level offensive language109 minsUSA
AdventureRomantic Comedy

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Monte Carlo / Reviews

USA Today

USA Today

Monte Carlo is a wish-fulfillment fantasy. But the secrets and lies are hardly enchanting and send a questionable message to young audiences.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

It’s dependable entertainment for young girls.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Cheery, corny and perhaps calculatingly unoriginal, this is packaged entertainment so familiar it feels like a remake and so wholesome you could swear Sandra Dee starred in the 1959 original.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

The ingredients should have been there for a diverting bit of light escapism, but Monte Carlo gets it all wrong.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

This is the kind of movie that can briefly hold the attention of a cat.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Yet another banquet of materialist fantasies for aspiring American princesses cloaked in reminders to obey your conscience and not to forget your true self.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

It's all very silly and contrived, but it's also airy and agreeably laid-back, not unlike a decent vacation.

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E! Online

E! Online

The film's lessons on friendship and growing up are effective.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Monte Carlo finally resolves itself in a farcical climax that at least shows a little energy, but it isn’t enough to overcome the discomfiting tensions and indifferent formula filmmaking that plagues nearly every scene.

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