70

Movieline

By Michelle Orange
As in "Country Strong," Meester's crack timing and irresistible poignancy illuminate a part that would leave other actresses simpering themselves off the screen.
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63

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
Honestly, the whole movie is from 1960-something.
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63

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
The actresses are appealing, the settings photogenic (Budapest doubles for Monte Carlo), and the clothes ideal for a triple-Cinderella fantasy. It's not art, but it is entertaining.
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63

Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
Unlike a few other well-drilled young actress-singers we could name, such as the one whose name rhymes with "Riley Myrus," Gomez knows how to relax on camera.
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60

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
If you are a 12-year-old girl, you are the perfect audience for Monte Carlo.
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58

Entertainment Weekly

Undoubtedly a trifle, but it's still kind of nice for a summer movie to try charming us instead of just bludgeoning us into submission.
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50

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
It's chirpy, it's bright, there are pretty locations and lots happens. This is the kind of movie that can briefly hold the attention of a cat.
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50

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
Monte Carlo is a wish-fulfillment fantasy. (What luck! The heiress' clothes fit all three girls like a glove!)
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40

The Hollywood Reporter

By Todd McCarthy
Even as she is the center of attention here in a double role, the jury is still out on Gomez's bigscreen potential; she's not very appealing or magnetic here, nor does she display any particular comic gifts for this sort of broad fare.
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25

San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
It's unpleasant where it should be pleasant, convoluted where it should be streamlined, anxiety provoking where it should be easy, and long, long, long - at least 20 minutes longer than it has a right to be.
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43 out of 100
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