Common Sense Note
Parents need to know this straight-to-DVD fluffy fairy tale has some very long kisses in very public places that feel more prescriptive than romantic. Girls who are prone to believe in fairy tale endings might be swayed by the gallant young king, but Queen Paige is not played as the smart young woman she's supposed to be.
Long kisses in public places and insinuation of more on their honeymoon. Nothing shown, but they are excited to be in their honeymoon suite.
Sword fighting and snowmobile chases. Nothing graphic, except a punch in the nose when Eddie gets mad at Scott for making a pass at his wife.
Polonious and Laertes (get the Hamlet reference?) are plotting to destroy Belavia's nature preserve, which makes them traitors to the king. For some viewers, the portrayal of Laertes as the political villain might seem like ethnic stereotyping. Scott tries to use slander about his former relationship with Queen Paige as tabloid fodder. Queen Paige tries very hard to be smart, but she is the only female in the movie, which makes it even more of an uphill battle.
The kingly life has kingly trappings. Private jets, lovely china, a palace. Funny then that Queen Paige's outfits look cheap compared to Eddie's cashmere coat.
Drugs / Tobacco /
After having a fight, Eddie exclaims that he needs a drink. He goes to the bar, has a beer (which Laertes has drugged), begins slurring his words, and falls face-down on the floor, as if drunk. The couple shares champagne.