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(2020) (Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Niles Fitch) (Not Rated)

At-A-Glace Content Summary

Alcohol/Drugs Minor
Blood/Gross Stuff Minor
Disrespectful/Bad Attitude Extreme
Frightening/Tense Scenes Moderate
Gun/Weapons Moderate
Imitative Behavior Heavy
Jump Scenes Mild
Music (Scary/Tense) Heavy
Music (Inappropriate) None
Profanity Minor
Sex/Nudity Minor
Smoking None
Tense Family Scenes Heavy
Topics to Talk About Heavy
Violence Moderate

Action/Adventure: A rebellious 15-year-old princess learns she has superhero type powers and is invited to join a secret society of other second-born royals tasked with protecting monarchies around the world.

Sam (PEYTON ELIZABETH LEE) is the 15-year-old princess of Europe's smallest country, Illyria. Raised by her mother, Queen Catherine (ELODIE YUNG), since she was five when a plane crash killed her father, the king, and uncle, Sam has grown up to be a rebel. That's especially true now that her older sister, Eleanor (ASHLEY LIAO), is about to turn eighteen and become the new queen. After another round of misbehaving, Sam learns from her mom that she's going to be sent to summer school and thus won't be able to continue making music with her best friend, Mike (NOAH LOMAX), whose dad is the royal gardener.

Upset about that, Sam initially wants nothing to do with her small group of classmates. They include Princess January (ISABELLA BLAKE THOMAS) who's there for extra credit; Princess Roxana (OLIVIA DEEBLE), who only cares about her large social media following; Prince Tuma (NILES FITCH) who accidentally burned down a chemistry lab with his friends; and the wallflower Prince Matteo (FALY RAKOTOHAVANA) whose parents think might benefit from finally interacting with other students.

Their teacher is James Morrow (SKYLAR ASTIN) who shocks all of them with news that due to the supernatural powers they're only now starting to recognize they're eligible to join the "Secret Society of Second-Born Royals." It's an organization tasked with defending the various monarchies and related royals around the world from the likes of Inmate 34 (GREG BRYK), a dangerous telepath who's been locked away for a decade. They also learn -- and Sam is shocked by -- that Queen Catherine is the leader of the secret society, and that like this younger generation, she too is a second-born royal who possesses super abilities.

As the students begin their training to see which of them will be allowed to join the society, little do anything of them know that Inmate 34 has escaped and is planning to get revenge on the various royals who will be gathering for Princess Eleanor's upcoming coronation.

As it involves teen superheroes and royalty, those interested in either or both elements might be intrigued by the offering.
Not Rated but the equivalent of a PG rating due to action-based violence.

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