Stifled by her overprotective entourage, the famous daughter of a high-ranking government official ditches her watchers and goes sight-seeing, meeting a handsome man with an ulterior motive in the process. Sound familiar? It would if you'd seen ROMAN HOLIDAY (1953), but if you've seen ROMAN HOLIDAY you're not the target audience for this slight, light romp, which tells a similar tale without crediting its predecessor. Replacing runaway princess Audrey Hepburn with 18-year-old Anna Foster (pop singer-turned-actress Mandy Moore), rebellious daughter of the president of the United States, it starts with the first family taking a trip to the Czech Republic. Anna (code na...