This was terrible, despite a really good beginning.
Anna Foster is the 18 year old daughter of the US President, and after having her few dates ruined by the constant presence of the Secret Service, she gets her parents to promise that while in France on a state visit, she will be allowed to attend a concert with her friend, the French President's daughter, and only 2 Secret Service agents.
Of course Daddy lied, and a fiasco ensues, and Anna goes on the run.
That's when the whole thing took a terrible turn.
Despite being filmed in Paris, Prague, Venice and Berlin, the movie only offered the most cartoonish American stereotypes of the people and places. There's a sentimental gondolier, a hunky giant blond German, a goofball Aussie pickpocket, the French girl is hot and loose, and so on. It was awful.
The love story was such nonsense I can't even say anything beyond that- except that it was offensively misogynistic.
Oh, Mandy Moore, don't do this to me! You and Toni Colette should run off and make a really great movie. You deserve it after this garbage.