Claire's a nurse with a supervisor who is intent on making her miserable. On a rare night off, she gets trapped in an elevator with a charming man. The next day she is introduced to him again but he does not recognize her.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2020
I thought it was cute until the "prince" turned out to be a spineless jerk who does absolutely nothing to deserve such a kind, giving "princess," and yet of course they end up together with a very weak apology (she even tried to take some of the blame) and done! The ending sucked. Reminiscent of the Disney Cinderella who was walked on all her life, and then swept up by a prince who only knew she was pretty.
Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2020
the movie was actually really cute until the ONE SCENE where when she gets "fired" by a nurse (which can never happen) the spineless jerk turns to her and says, "why are making a scene?" when it was the venomous wrath of the (stepmother) head nurse who was making the scene. Her girlfriend was right. She didn't stand up for herself when she was viciously attacked by that nurse. Or the scene where he disgustingly looks away from her after she's fired. No thank you...I would NEVER be with someone like that...I feel like the director or the script writer just gave up after awhile and just decided to end it. Even at the last scene when he kisses her, his hands are hanging limply hooked in his pockets like the narcissist he is. Terrible. She should have married the cute Indian Intern. And why was the only black character in the movie a JANITOR? Couldn't they have made him a doctor? Lame lame lame.
If you’re looking for a good Cinderella story movie, this ain’t it. Prince Charming is not charming in the least. Literally the worst Prince Charming I have ever seen. You’ll just leave disappointed. Don’t waste your time.
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2020
If you're looking for a romance movie that will leave you feeling satisfied when you get to the end of the movie, keep looking! The "prince charming" in this movie is horrible! He's nasty to her at the beginning when she goes in to introduce herself (ok, we were willing to overlook it as he was just stressed), then not only doesn't he stand up for her when the very over the top head nurse is screaming at her at a party, but he actually tells her to leave because she's making a scene (just by being there). If that's not bad enough, when she gets fired he totally has his back to her and lets her walk out without doing anything to ease her discomfort. I would agree that the "princess" never stands up for herself, but at the end of the movie when he is giving this "I want to be with you because you're the woman from the elevator" spiel to her, even his apology is weak. I kept wanting her to tell him to get lost, but she ends up entering into what appears to be a very toxic relationship with him. Ick! And let's not forget that after all the time in the elevator together that evening, he has no idea it's her when he sees her. Even the caterer knew right away when he saw her again. I definitely wouldn't waste my time with this one.
Reviewed in the United States on September 4, 2020
I was a bit skeptical at first because of some of the reviews but decided to give it a chance. I'm glad I did! The characters are not your typical versions of "Cinderella" or "Prince Charming" and that is kind of refreshing. There are a lot of girls like Claire, the main, who don't stand up for themselves. Watching her realize that she can still be nice, still be true to herself, and be assertive was nice. Luke, aka Prince Charming, admits that is he flawed. It is because of his flaws and the fact that he comes to realize he needs to change on his own that I find him a relatable character. Nobody is perfect and seeing a prince charming who isn't always charming was a refreshing change. The patients are fantastic though! They really brought the whole thing together.
Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2020
This was the sweetest movie I am so tired of these movie companies putting bad ratings and lies on sweet movies this is what’s wrong with this world today! There’s a huge thing that pops up every time you play the movie that says it’s PG-13 for drug use and foul language and sexuality and there was none of that in this movie at all!!!! However they play a bunch of movies that are horrible with absolutely no ratings whatsoever!
The movie was a twist on the story of Cinderella - a kind caring nurse caught in a bad situation between the acting Head nurse and her mean minions. Good way to pass the time. Movie moves a its own pace as the story unfolds.
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2020
These folks mean well, but the script is hackneyed and the lead actors are terrible, especially the guy who is a jock trying to play a medical doctor. And the actress playing the nurse: can't escape her sorority style. Doesn't work.