"Monte Carlo" is a 2011 adventure-comedy film directed by Thomas Bezucha. The movie features Selena Gomez, Leighton Meester, Katie Cassidy, and Cory Monteith. It follows the journey of 3 young girls who discover themselves on a whirlwind adventure in Paris and Monte Carlo, the central theme revolving around identity switching.Plot Summary
Selena Gomez plays the role of Grace, a recent high school graduate from Texas. After graduation, she along with her buddy Emma (Katie Cassidy), a waitress and Megan (Leighton Meester), her uptight stepsister, prepare a trip to Paris. However, their dream holiday rapidly turns into a headache when they realize that the tour they've reserved isn't as luxurious as they had imagined.
The turning point in the film comes when Grace is misinterpreted for a spoiled British heiress, Cordelia Winthrop Scott, due to her exceptional similarity. Rather than correcting the error, Grace in addition to Emma and Meg seizes the chance for a more glamorous holiday experience. Therefore, they embark on a journey to Monte Carlo, wrapped in the glamour of great living, romance, and the glamour of Monte Carlo. They take part in high society events like charity auctions taking pleasure in Cordelia's wealth and luxury.Conflict & Resolution
The dispute brews when the ladies lose a priceless locket that was supposed to be auctioned for charity. The ladies must recover the pendant prior to the genuine Cordelia arrives. On the other hand, each woman satisfies and establishes sensation for somebody. Grace towards Theo (Pierre Boulanger), a French benefactor, Meg towards Riley (Luke Bracey), an Australian backpacker she meets in Paris and Emma towards her partner Owen (Cory Monteith) who unexpectedly shows up in Monte Carlo.
Eventually, the three women handle to recover the locket throughout a lavish ball occasion that ends in a mad, comical dash. Though their lie is exposed, all is forgiven due to their sincere apologies and them returning the locket, avoiding Cordelia from humiliating herself. The women likewise fix up with their particular romantic interests, resulting in a rewarding resolution.Conclusion
"Monte Carlo" is a romantic comedy that concentrates on experience, relationship, and self-discovery. In their unexpected holiday, the women find out a lot about themselves and each other. The movie ends on a delighted note with the characters realizing their mistakes, learning from them and each finding brand-new aspects of their character. They return home with fond memories and life-lessons, having actually experienced an experience they had never ever anticipated.