Starring: Mandy Moore, Matthew Goode, Jeremy Piven, Annabella Sciorra, Carroline Goodall and Mark Harmon.
European grand tour with the stars
Recalling their fun during the shoot and offering travel tips
Director: Any Cadiff
Rated: PG 13
Running Time: 101 mins
There are lots of guys in Anna's life. And they all wear earpieces and carry guns. They are secret service agents assigned to protect the First Daughter. And they are really dogging Anna's hope of a normal teen life.
She is the President's daughter. But she just wants to be herself. Multitalented Mandy Moore makes her romantic comedy debut as Anna, who finally gets Dad (Mark Harmon) to reduce the number of agents while she goes to a music club. But when Anna arrives at the club and realizes her father has backed out of the deal, she ditches the agents and goes on the run with Ben, a handsome photographer she meets. Anna does not tell Ben who she is. But Ben (newcomer Matthew Goode) has a secret of his own.
Entire concert performance of 'The Seed' - by The Roots
Commentary by Mandy Moore & Matthew Goode
Passport to Europe:
This was a good movie; Mandy Moore did well in her transition from singer to actor and makes her character come alive on the screen. The movie takes place over four different countries and it provides a good tour for the budding traveler. Set over Prague, Vienna , Venice & Germany she sure does travel. A well rounded movie with some great comedy. A good family movie and a must for any Mandy Moore fan.