Royally Ever After (2018)

Royally Ever After (2018)

Fiona GubelmannTorrance CoombsBarry McGovernCarmen Du Sautoy
Lee Friedlander


Royally Ever After (2018) is a English movie. Lee Friedlander has directed this movie. Fiona Gubelmann,Torrance Coombs,Barry McGovern,Carmen Du Sautoy are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Royally Ever After (2018) is considered one of the best Comedy movie in India and around the world.

After dating for one year, Sara Dimarco, a second grade New Jersey schoolteacher from a working class background, is pretty sure her boyfriend Danny, a struggling non-fiction writer from Britain, is the person she wants to spend the rest of her life with despite his obsessiveness in not having an online footprint, which makes her and her best friend and teacher colleague Caitlin believe he's hiding something. When on their first anniversary date he proposes having already secretly received the consent of her loving parents, Marie and Bert Dimarco, a waitress and construction worker respectively, and she accepts does he divulge the reason for not having an online presence: he, really Daniel Christopher Seamus Horatio Hughes (and not just plain Danny) is the crown prince and first in line to the throne of St. Ives, a small monarchy off the coast of Britain. While Marie and Bert welcome the news of the engagement and of his true identity, Daniel must now convince his parents, King Edmond...


Royally Ever After (2018) Reviews

  • I really wanted to love this movie


    I love Hallmark movies! But this movie could have been better with another lead actress. I lost interest after 33 mins.

  • Unbelievable!


    This has to be one of the worst - if not THE worst - of the 'royalty meets commoner falls in love and has to meet the parents' genre to which Hallmark is addicted. Americans are, as usual, stupid rubes, the royals are stuffy and calculating and the end result is an insulting, over acted silly waste of time. "Every one is going to love you" - this standard line is delivered with a straight face by the ever-so-earnest Prince; and we now that by the end of the movie, the parent will indeed have seen the error of their ways, will relax and accept this breath of fresh air in their midst. I'll label this review as containing spoilers, but honestly, it's only been on for 30 minute and my remarks are purely speculative. I know Hallmark though, so I'm sure I'm right on the money.

  • Royal Mediocrity or worse


    Hallmark really disappointed me with this one. It had no emotion, no "magic", no "fireworks" and no appeal. The actors were OK but they had nothing with which to work. The script was horrendous, and direction even worse. The story showed the writer had no imagination at all. I only gave it 2 stars because of the actors. Not worth watching.

  • Not up to your standard


    Not up to your standard. Made lead actress appear foolish. In this day and age women should not be portrayed this way.

  • Insipid Writing, Annoying Dialogue and Overacting


    Hallmark movies are usually a lovely balance of sweet and cheesy, as well as good writing. This was not the case with Royally Ever After. Truly insipid writing, which resulted in annoying and terrible dialogue... and at times, awful overacting by the lead actress. Bottom line: Disappointing.

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