I thought "First Daughter" was beautifully acted; the wonderful soundtrack also did much to enhance the movie. I totally fell in love with Katie Holmes and Michael Keaton's characters; both acted their roles so convincingly. Holmes is adorable and sweet as the First Daughter; Keaton is a mix of the cool and adoring (and funny!) father who's also fiercely protective of his only child. Their scenes together are very charming - I loved when they shared midnight chocolate cake and when they danced at the Inaugural Ball in one of the last scenes. Keaton's President character makes you wish that he actually was the President. The soundtrack is fantastic too and leaves me wondering why it was never released as an audio CD. I especially loved the songs they played when Sam and her parents were being driven to her school and when Sam, Mia, and the group were frolicking on the water slide. Also, if you are a fan of Sinatra's "The Way You Look Tonight", there are two dancing scenes set to two different arrangements of the song - magical! I didn't want this movie to end and kept re-playing my favorite scenes, with the volume turned all the way up of course!