Once upon a time, a princess named Erin Almeda played the innocent heart of their school geek, Leonard Jamieson. Seven years later, they crossed paths. And it seemed like their roles have been reversed.
Once upon a time, there was a princess who could not live happily ever after - And in fairy tales, there's always a curse. A school princess named Erin Almeda needed to find the magic that will lift that curse. Or she will die of heartache soon from a man, Leonard Jamieson.Written by
I have watch the trailer and half of the movie itself but you know what this movie sucks! I don't get it why does this "Princess" be the victim of Domestic Abuse from a Prince Charming that isn't really a Prince Charming but a total abuser who wants this girl to be nice to him or what. Honestly this story line makes it very uncomfortable to watch yet unbearable to see due to the yelling, screaming and too much crying. It's absolutely negative, shallow, uneven and finally sick to see or watch it's not a must watch but a total don't watch it anymore for the rest of your life! See I mean look at that poor girl she deserves a better role and the character herself needs a better role model for audiences to look up to but no she cries, weeps and portrays victimization of women around the world.
The other characters from the movie are honestly unimportant to the movie such as the friend and co-worker I mean they need to be in as extras or better yet it needs more important characters that can support the girl characters to defend the abuser and make the character pay for his "Sins"
In conclusion I find this movie unacceptable to Female Audiences that may lead to so much dependence on men, abuse from men and finally mutual discords from couples as we need a better story line that could make the movie successful or the novel be re-written by someone else
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