What A Girl Wants

What A Girl Wants (2003)

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Daphne decides she doesn't want any part in the royal social cutthroat life her father lives when she sees him dancing with her future step sister (she had waited her whole life for a father daughter dance) and goes back to America with her mom. Her dad decides that she is more important to him than politics and says so during a press conference. He withdraws from the election and goes to find his daughter and his true love, her mother and he brings Daphne's boyfriend with him. He tries to recite a speech to his daughter but she cuts him off and says "I love you dad" and gives him a big hug.He remarries Daphne's mom and they all live happily ever after without all the royal fuss.

Michelle A.

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When Daphne and Ian are shopping in London on their first date, they go into a shop with sari's. Daphne is wearing a black blazer jacket when she goes into the change room but when she comes out with a sari on over her jeans, she does not have it on. Then Daphne and Ian leave the shop without it and Daphne does not wear it for the rest of the date, nor carry it about.

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Trivia

When the film was released during the war with Iraq, the poster of the film was edited by airbrushing the peace sign that Amanda Bynes made. This was done by Warner Bros. so no one will think that the poster is a war protest, or make it seem that the studio is against the war.

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