But all it takes is one mix up after
sheltering from the rain in a fancy hotel and suddenly Grace is being
mistaken for a snooty UK heiress – and with the planning to blow off
her charity work in Monte Carlo in favour of partying hard in Paris,
that leaves a private jet and a huge pile of luggage just waiting for
the trio to commandeer.
What follows is your standard
Cinderella story as the girls discover romance, big flowing ball gowns,
a make-up kit the size of a refrigerator and plenty of opportunities to
ogle the sights of Monte Carlo.
While it's utterly
predictable on every single level, some of the jokes and one-liners are
pretty good, and all three actresses are likable enough to keep you in
Fluff doesn't get much fluffier than this, but
what are you doing looking for depth and meaning in a film that mostly
seems to involve polo matches, riding around on scooters, and wearing
million dollar necklaces?
DVD Special Features
A pretty surprising amount of extras on offer here.
In fairness, they are all pretty stock standard and barely worth
watching... but it's all about value for money, right?
There are plenty of never-before-seen extras on the DVD and Blu Ray editions including:
Movie 60% Extras: 50%