Assumed identity. Paris after graduation. Living like royalty, experiencing romance. Haven't we seen this before? In one version or another? What makes this different, and do we care enough to find out? Maybe it's just where I am these days, but a whole movie built on an intentional deception by the protagonist just doesn't sound like something I'm willing to invest in - either my time or my money.
Three graduates fulfill their dreams of vacationing in Paris. They accidentally find themselves in a lavish world, where they live like royalty and experience romance. But at the end of their journey, they discover the true magic of friendship.
MONTE CARLO is rated PG for brief mild language.
 Words from  Critics:
AssociatedPress: All storylines lead to sappiness.
OrlandoSentinel: Leaden direction makes this fail.
RogerEbert: Briefly holds a cat's attention.
BrianOrndorf: Mellow display of wish fulfillment.
AVClub: Deception too large for fantasy.