Once Upon a Prince (2018) is a English movie. Alex Wright has directed this movie. Megan Park,Jonathan Keltz,Kayla Wallace,Charles Jarman are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Once Upon a Prince (2018) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.
Susanna (Megan Park) gladly accepts help one day from handsome stranger Nate (Jonathan Keltz) at her parents' garden store in small-town Georgia. Sparks between them fly, but when a photo of them gets leaked to the press, Susanna is in for the shock of her life, when Nate is called back home by his mother...for his coronation as King Nathaniel of Cambria.
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I don't know if i'm still overwhelmed by Harry & Meghan's wedding (which is totally the reason I watched this) or because I haven't seen a Hallmark movie in a month (the longest I haven't seen one in two years, don't judge) but this was amazing. I like royalty movies, but I haven't seen any of the ones that premiere in April/May 2018 because I didn't need any more of them. Turns out I did. This plot, unfortunately, it' the same as the rest. Prince whose father died and is about to take the throne meets an American, commoner girl and they fall in love. But I still enjoyed it, very much! The last scene almosts has me crying. The chemistry between the leads was amazing, the actor who played Nate was so charming and it was SO refreshing to see new faces, I'm glad I watched it. Probably one of the best.
Professional gardener Susanna (Megan Park) skills are limited while she is working at her Truett Family Garden Supply in small-town Georgia. While driving Susanna has a flat tire; charming European Nate (Jonathan Keltz) stops to assist. Soon Nate is working at Truett's and is encourging Susanna to begin her own business. Megan Park is realistic and beautiful as always, and the chemistry with Jonathan Keltz is believable and has you cheering that they will one day be together. This has been one of my favorite HM movies of 2018. I will enjoy this movie many more times in the future.
Another prince movie! So many of the plot points seem similar to the last prince movie I saw, right down to the queen doing everything she could to embarrass the usurper American. And once again the climax is a royal ball. And several other similarities. Are these movies written using a template? The positives of this movie are Megan Park and Jonathan Keltz. They make an extremely cute couple. Megan Park does an excellent job as sweet and humble girl. She struggles with the insecurities of her relatively humble position in the world of royalty, yet somehow she doesn't lose her inner confidence and identity. Jonathan Keltz is commanding and confident. I can totally believe him as prince and king. He refuses to cave in to pressure. Sara Botsford as the Queen is intimidating but not cruel, nor is the rival Ginny. All in all, despite the fact that the story is cookie cutter, I found it to be executed in much better fashion. Perhaps the last scene stands out as well.
Yes I cried. A must for a Hallmark film. Yes the formulas are basically the same but nonetheless some of my favorite actors do these movies. I was entertained
For me this movie was kind of flat, but I can't say i did not enjoy it, I also cannot say I plan to watch it again. Its nowhere in the class of a 'princess for christmas' or 'Once upon a Holiday', but it is better than one or two others royal Christmas style movies Hallmark has put out. Nothing about this movie stood out for me, and nothing about it brought it down. While I went and bought the two I afore mentioned, I would not buy this one. As in most hallmark movies, this one is very clean- PG. It does have humorous moments and a few serious ones. If U are looking for an escape from the modern movie body counts, foul language, cigarettes and drugs that often dominate movies today, U will be relieved to watch this and will enjoy it to some extent.