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Smooch

4.6 out of 5 stars 106 customer reviews

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Based on the classic fairytale The Frog Prince, this charming romantic comedy asks whether, in today s crazy world, a man and a woman can ever live happily ever after ...

Rakishly handsome English Royal Percy has just arrived in America for his long awaited arranged marriage. But, while strolling through San Francisco s Golden Gate Park later that night, he is mugged and wakes the next morning with amnesia. On that same morning, Zoe, a precocious 11-year-old, can t bring herself to dissect a frog in science class, so packs him safely into her lunchbox and sets off for the park instead.

Cue a serendipitous misunderstanding, as Zoe kisses the frog farewell at the water s edge and the Prince awakens nearby Zoe thinks she has turned the frog into a man! With no recollection as to who or where he is, Percy or Flynn as Zoe calls her Prince has no option but to be led back to Zoe s home. She soon realizes that the only way she can keep her Prince is to have Flynn impersonate a potential nanny and convince her beautiful widowed mother, Gwen, to hire him.

With the clock ticking and his Royal family searching for him, Flynn whose memory gradually returns finds himself falling for Gwen. When he is found by his family and his intended future wife, the truth comes out, leaving them all with decisions to make. Can Flynn, Gwen and Zoe make their Valentine s Day dreams come true?


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Product Details

  • Actors: Simon Kassianides, Kellie Martin, Kiernan Shipka
  • Directors: Ron Oliver
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Not Rated
  • Studio: Content Media Corp
  • DVD Release Date: December 18, 2012
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0099116S6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,837 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This movie is a great romantic comedy. It is good clean fun and movie that the entire family can watch and not have to worry about gratuitous sex or violence. Too much of that in both large screen and small screen today. It is nice when films like this are made! My husband and I would recommend this film to anyone!
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A fairytale, a romantic comedy, and a not perfect Hallmark film saved by the performances, especially, by the child actor.

A young girl(Kiernan Shipka, "Mad Men") saves a frog and imagines that the coincidental finding of an amnesiac "prince" or marquis(Simon Kassianidas) is in fact the frog incarnate. The girl hauls him off in a grocery cart taking him home to hide in her closet- yes, one must suspend reality quickly in this movie- with the plan to matchmake with her lonely, overly organized, widowed mother(Kellie Martin, still alive after "ER").

There's a lot to swallow here. The daughter convinces the mom to keep the man as a nanny- shades of "Family Affair". He is handsome and very properly polite. So, no big deal. Right. And the predictable romance ensues. The problem pops up with his past, and that he is already engaged and of nobility. Will love out?

Kiernan Shipka steals and carries the show; I found the chemistry somewhat lacking between the mom and the prince. Perhaps, the way Kellie Martin plays the mom with such severity dampened it for me. I don't know, maybe it's just me.

It's fun enough and does what's expected of it. I'd give it 3 stars, but for Shipka's energy and the fact, my young daughters like it-> OK, OK 4 stars. Family friendly with background theme of deceased father, a drunk experience with the prince, and frog kissing.

P.S.- Besides the recent Disney "Princess and the Frog", there was also a good musical, difficult to find, starring Aileen Quinn(Annie from "Annie"), Helen Hunt and John Paragon.
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My wife and I saw this movie on the Hallmark channel and at first were not going to watch it, thinking it would be too childish. We were pleasantly surprised as the story was cleverly adapted from "The Princess and the Frog" and the acting is great, especially the young girl who is the real star. Highly recommend!
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I like good clean movies (or as clean as you can get nowadays). Smooch was really quite clean. I really enjoyed the movie and will definitely watch it again. I originally saw this movie on Hallmark Channel and bought it as soon as it came to DVD. Most people would skip it because they think it is too predictable or "lame", but I like movies like that because I know I will be watching something that won't make me feel like I have just been "slimed".

Percy is a handsome (once he shaves) royal prince who is having an arranged marriage and is therefore engaged to a woman he doesn't love. After being beat up in the park by two men, he gets amnesia. Zoe, a young girl who loves romantic fairytales, comes across Percy and believes that she has turned a frog that she kissed into the prince (who has webbed toes) from the fairy tales in her books and promptly brings him home. Before her dad died he told her that he wanted her and her mom to someday have another someone special, so she helps Flynn (the frog-prince) by giving him a total makeover and trains him to become her male nanny (a difficult position when your employer is obsessed with detail, lists and organization) and hopefully allow the prince to rescue her mother. However, Zoe's Mom, Gwen, being a single Mom and owner of the family restaurant is too busy to think about anything other than providing for her and her daughter and also can't let go of the memory of her husband to allow herself to be happy again and have fun. Despite Gwen not believing in "magic" Flynn disarms Gwen. He is charming she sees the relationship that he has with her daughter, the love that he has for her and that makes Gwen feel so comfortable with letting him into their lives.
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"Smooch" is a wonderful feel-good family movie. With a standard Hollywood cast, it could have been an ordinary TV movie-of-the-week, but the casting is so brilliant here that it is raised well above that level.

Simon Kassianides, as the amnesiac British royal, whom young Zoe thinks she has transformed from a frog to a prince, is superb in his role. Kellie Martin, as Zoe's mother, gives her usual stellar performance. All the supporting players are equally brilliant.

The crucial role, however, is that of Zoe, the young girl, obsessed with a rather hackneyed and unconvincing version of the old fairy tale of "The Frog Prince". Successfully selling the unlikely plot of this movie to a cynical 21st Century audience hinges on the performance of its child star. It requires a unique combination of beauty, vulnerability, charm and acting talent. If any of these factors had been less than perfect, the movie might have failed miserably. Fortunately, Kiernan Shipka has all these qualities and more. Her performance is flawless, and she draws the viewer in, turning an otherwise silly story into a wonderfully moving experience.
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