Spend off Saturday night watching a Disney movie, which I was actually forced where my little sister conquered the remote. It was frustrating at first somehow I found myself also into it. The storyline captured my attention.
It’s a story of two girls who are from different living styles, much more like different statuses. I was quite fascinated with the communication that creates huge distinction between the two girls. It’s about a princess who is forced to flee her country and hide out in a rural area. The prim and proper princess then has to pretend to be a normal girl while living with Carter Mason, a tomboy teenager who would rather be doing anything else than living with royalty. Carter works at a local bait shop after school and dreams of going to the school dance with her crush, Donny, the school hunk while the princess was quite fascinated with teenagers working. The princess quickly becomes popular in school due to her lovely personality which Carter must learn to accept; Carter isn’t a bubbly person. The two also form a close bond as Carter helps the princess transform into a normal teenager and the princess shows Carter how to find the princess within herself.
A few observations about the movie:
1. Princess Protection Program has a great message: “Never judge a book by its cover.”
2. Being a princess isn’t just about having a crown and pretty dresses. In fact, princesses are pretty on the inside, too! You don’t need to wear a crown to be a princess. It’s what inside that really counts.
So yea, it’s a wonderful story after all.