Princess Protection Program (2009) 720p YIFY Movie

Princess Protection Program (2009)

A princess whose country has been invaded goes into hiding in Louisiana, where she has to learn to act like an ordinary teenager.

IMDB: 5.62 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 792.34M
  • Resolution: 720x400 / 23.976 (24000/1001) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 89
  • IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 4

The Synopsis for Princess Protection Program (2009) 720p

When a tiny country is invaded by a dictator, a young Princess (later known as Rosie) is taken into custody by the Princess Protection Program. She is whisked away to rural Louisiana where she must learn the ins and outs of behaving like a normal American teenager. In the process of adapting to her new life, Rosie gives her new friend and roommate, Carter, a few lessons in how to act with royal aplomb.

The Director and Players for Princess Protection Program (2009) 720p

[Director]Allison Liddi-Brown
[Role:]Demi Lovato
[Role:]Nicholas Braun
[Role:]Selena Gomez

The Reviews for Princess Protection Program (2009) 720p

Reviewed bybkoganbingVote: 3/10/10

With all the hype that the Magic Kingdom has been giving this film overthe past several months, I expected something a lot better from thePrincess Protection Program. I think most kids even those who look atstars Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez as role models and they're not badones either, would find this film just too much.

Selena is the daughter of widower Tom Verica who is the owner of a baitshop in the bayous of Louisiana and also works for the CIA. He justfinished a mission where he rescued a princess from a small Caribbeanisland nation which just had a military coup. Now he's depositedPrincess Demi Lovato with his daughter and drawn her into his otherlife.

Selena's mission and she's got no choice but to accept it is to makeLovato blend in like a normal teen, at least a normal teen in theDisney view. From the politics of Lovato's nation to the politics ofGomez's high school, the two girls get off to a rocky start, but in theend become great pals.

In the pattern of what they do at Disney Studios when they havesuccessful stars from successful shows they always try to mix and matchand team these stars in film projects. This was one case where the filmidea was so preposterous no matter how appealing these two young womenare, they simply couldn't put it over. They're both far better at theirDisney shows than in this film.

I mean really, CIA dad gets daughter to help out on one of hismissions? I don't think Princess Protection Program would have everbeen made if Disney himself was around, though perhaps for differentreasons than I didn't like it.

Reviewed byNick AVote: 5/10/10

Adults be warned: if you don't have kids, or if you don't enjoyyourself when they do, then you need not watch this movie. If you wantto feel young again, go watch Star Trek or something.

This is Disney in its lightest form, without pain, just some bullyingat most. This goes for the school environment as well as for theinternational political environment. Sure, Mr. Evil himself is about asscary as the lion Alex in Madagascar. He did a good job though,learning from cartoon characters, which I'm sure is a Disney trademark.

Also, don't focus on the international part. I speak both French andSpanish, and it hurts me to see them massacred so much. On the otherhand, it makes me think I'd make excellent royalty. Apart from thecaring part, that is.

The acting is not as bad as described by others. Actually, everybodyseems to be having a good time, hoping it wears off to the audience. Itworks, sometimes. I liked the camera-work, the attention paid todressing details, the displays of dignity and style. Also, when I saidthat it was a light movie, I also meant that there's no scenes atnight. Vampires abstain.

Nah, it's not like this movie is advisory entertainment, but when theythrow all these kid musicals on your plate, it's nice to have somethingelse for dinner. But, again, be in the right mood, or with the right(very young) people.

Reviewed byichocolatVote: /10

Witness Protection Program is the first Disney film I watched for 2009.Like many other Disney films, this is educational, entertaining, albeithighly predictable. No points in figuring out the ending, but it'sstill nice to watch the entire film, to see how the film progress.

I am not giving any plots away, because doing that, then you wouldn'thave to watch the film altogether.

The film is educational. It deals about father-daughter relationship,about growing up, and about how perception makes people treat othersdifferently.

Teens, especially are quick to judge a person simply based on how, say,a person dresses, or how a person talks. Wear a thick glasses peoplemay think that he/she is geeky/nerd. Have a stud in the nose, and onequickly judge that he/she is a cousin/niece of the cow family.

But it is not that simple. It is not clear cut, black-and-white thing,after all. No one can judge a person without knowing the other personfirst.

And this film deals with exactly just that. About how a princess isimmediately perceived as being shallow, and does not know how to dochores. It teaches us that it doesn't matter who we are, what color ourskin are, what language we speak, what matters is what's inside.

Enough typing. Bring your pre-teens to watch this film, and impart ontothem that they should not judge quickly their friends, to take the timeto know others better before making their judgment.

Should have given this film an 8, but I think it deserves only a 7because of the highly predictable ending.

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