The actors, especially Grace, fight hard against a schizoid script (the kids are rubes one sec, hipsters the next) and cotton-candy direction from Robert Luketic.
- Rolling Stone, 2004-01-29
It must be admitted that the final 10 minutes of Win A Date With Tad Hamilton! are likable: one cliche following another, but with charming restraint. Or it might just have been that the movie's simple-mindedness wore me down.
This was the first moive I ever took my grandson to see. It was a wonderful movie for his\nfirst experience at the actual movie theater. He thought it was awesome and so did I..buy\nfor your grandkids and let them experience the same joy! The Lion King!
This movie was absolutely DARLING! It has an \"Ella Enchanted\" feel to it. The humor is slap-stick and good for all ages. My husband and I both found this movie very entertaining. We watched it and are ready to run to the store to purchase a copy to own. Julia Roberts does not do an accent well at all in the movie, but she is great as the queen! Lily Collins is so likeable. No swearing, no promiscuity, no nudity-it is one of the cleanest movies I have seen in a long time! LOVE!