Reviews for The Princess Switch: Switched Again ( ) 720p

IMDB: 5.5 / 10

Dear GOD.

This is beyond a doubt the most mind-benumbing garbage my wife and daughter have ever paraded across my tv screen. It is geared toward 10-yr old girls who want to be princesses, who have no appreciation for whether acting is quality or neighborhood-theater amateur caliber, and who can't process or analyze the logic of a plot line... And the mothers who indulge them, who also want so desperately to be princesses, and are living vicariously through the hopes that their daughters will be one day.

I certainly hope Vanetta Huddie, or whatever her name is, fades even further into obscurity, beyond the hopes of a Hallmark career revival, by being blackballed after this pitiful piece of thespian refuse. Hideous. Wretched. Sorrowfully sensory-hebetating.

Cheese but so much fun

This is way cheesier than the first one but so worth the watch! The plot just gets more complicated and to pull off 3 characters at the same time it's not easy to pull off. So please watch it and put your critical reviews and expectations on the down low because this is an actual good movie! Just sit back and enjoy it for what it is :)


Calling this movie dumb is being nice. Awful accents to go with the awful acting. Vanessa Hudgens being one of the many producers explains why this was made. Time would be better spent watching paint dry.


Movie is too silly, bad way of presenting princess, the outfits and everything, Disney is the only one who should be making princess movies.

Worst Sequel

The Princess Switch: Switched Again sequel was not needed at all. The plot is good but the scenario and the acting is REALLY BAD this time!

Entertaining and light-hearted

Is this the best movie ever made ? No. Is it better than the first ? Again, probably not.But it's definitely entertaining if you get into it with an open mind and accept the fact that you're going to watch a light christmas movie.

If you liked the first one, you'll like this one too.

Annoying little rat

They should have leave that little girl out of the movie, for adoption or something.. I couldnt take it anymore she was so annoying and a very bad actress she better focus on her school or something. I LUV Vanessa, but that little rat ru?ned everhting for me in this movie.

So disappointed

I rarely give a bad score...but this is bad.The only good thing about it it's the cast. Yes, Vanessa it's bloody talented but the plot is so bad I can't even.Living proof that sometimes Netflix should stop milking money and invest in developing good content. (Aham, like the OA was. We didn't forget that,)Overall, without Vanessa this would be a certified fiasco and it's all on Netflix's greed. She played beautifully all 3 parts but honestly the plot is so forcefully twisted it doesn't give any actor much to work with.

Unnecessary sequel

Too mature for teenagers and too silly for an adult audience.It is about the coronation of a queen and how her twin is going to help her and a cousin also identical to wanting to take the throne from her for a few moments.An unnecessary sequel.It falls for all the clichés.We could not even accommodate it in a genre: it can be drama, adventure or youth film or failing that, none of them.A mix between the Disney greats "The Princess Diaries", "Princess Protection Program" and "Twin Game". Or among the top Mexican soap operas like "Lazos de amor" or "Trestimes Ana".Quality.At times parsimonious and at others too fast.With nonsense situations and things.Light performances and two or three moments without achieving.It does not try to prove anything or delve into something.Predictable like all of its kind.A movie for when you have nothing to do.

As cringy as the first movie but I also watched this one until the end!

Like with the first movie I couldn't stop cringing when Vanessa spoke the posh Montenaro wannabe british accent but I still managed to watch until the end. The story of Switched Again was as good as it can get for a part 2 I guess. I did miss the actress Alexa playing the little girl Olivia from the first movie. The girl in part 2 was less charismatic and fun in my opinion.

What did you expect?

If you had a negative feeling about this movie going in, you probably had a negative one going out. It's a light movie that builds off the first movie with even more ridiculousness and accents from Vanessa Hudgens. Yet, that's exactly the reason why I liked it. It's Netflix one upping Hallmark, sometimes you just need cozy.

Cute, Funny, and Entertaining...

Fans of the Princess Switch will not be disappointed in this second instalment of the movie series. Though the story was predictable and the premise behind the 're-switch' made little sense, the movie kept me engaged thru-out. Plus, there was a bit of a twist to the 'switch' this time around. Vanessa Hudgens's performance, in her multiple roles, was excellent. And the performances of the supporting cast, such as Nick Sagar (as Kevin) and Sam Palladio (Edward), were strong. The dialogue was cute and funny at times; I laughed a bit with the use of new words such as 'couzy' (aka cousin). And I do like the Balkan theme for the names of the kingdoms. I was trying to come up with some myself during the film...maybe 'Croatiannia' (for Croatia) or 'Ljubljanaro' (for Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia). The scenery, props and sets were beautiful. Well done. Overall, though a bit silly at times, I found myself taken in by this movie. It is a cute, funny, and entertaining film, a nice little edition to Netflix's original Christmas movies.

Loving the Christmas Netflix movies!

This one was just as good if not better than the first one. Great little family movie or just a good one to watch with friends. I love how it all came full circle. Only thing I didn't care for was the annoying cousin and the obvious actress recast of the daughter Olivia. Other than that this movie exceeded expectations and I look forward to the third installment next holiday season.

Bad Olivia

Easy movie to watch with yout family. But the only thing i concern is about Olivia's cast. Really bad to change the cast. The girl at season 1 was better. Better smile and act. Sorry to say but im this season 2, The energic girl is gone. Really like figurine. U shouldnt change the cast if the new one does not into the character

So many questions

This was a very confusing. Why couldnt Stasey tell her husband about the switch and make it easier for all parts? Why couldnt that cousin just sell some of her very big house? And did she really think she could get away with kidnapping Margaret and she would just stay quiet? So many questions to the very bad plot, but still 4/10 because i have a guilty pleasure for bad christmas movies.

Did not need to happen

The Princess Switch: Switched Again is the worst sequel. The acting isn't as stiff, but definitely just as awkward. The dialogue is terrible, the story isn't needed, and the song when Fiona comes in is awful. This movie did not need to happen and bored me to death. I ended up stopping it halfway through.

Nothing like the first movie

Second time around the sequel has lost the comedic touch and fun the first movie had. It's still a decent Christmas movie and thanks to Netflix we have some to enjoy this Christmas.

Three is a crowd

I'm disappointed in this movie, the first one was very cute, but with the addition of the 3rd look alike it becomes something less enjoyable and fun. In the first Princess Switch, the characters (both Vanessa Hudgens) had an enjoyable and funny dynamic and that seems to be missing here, and the third character is a little too over the top and out of place. There are rumors of a 3rd installment, I hope the writers do a better job with that one

Not original but cute

I saw similarities with "a Christmas Prince" so the story is not really original. But the characters are lovely and pretty cute. The storyline is just okay. I loved to see Queen Amber and King Richard with the baby. I was just excited about to see Rose McIver and Ben Lamb.

Cosy and predictable winter chick-flick

It's no Oscar winner, let's be clear....

But if you're after a cosy and predictable Christmas chick-flick curled up on the sofa with a mug of mulled wine, this is the film for you.