Triple bill of teen-oriented, romance-tinged fun. 'New York Minute' (2004) is an action comedy starring the Olsen twins. Uptight overachiever Jane (Ashley Olsen), up for a scholarship at Oxford University, has a major speech to give - while laid-back rock rebel Roxy (Mary-Kate Olsen), a friend of Jack Osbourne, hopes to get backstage at a video shoot and slip her demo tape to the band. Their plans go wildly awry when a mix-up involving Jane's all-important day planner lands them in the middle of a black market music piracy scheme. 'The Prince And Me' (2005) stars Julia Stiles as Paige, a student from the Midwest who meets and falls for Eddie (Luke Mably), a Danish foreign-exchange student. What Paige doesn't know is that Eddie is the son of Danish royalty and has come to America hoping to find a non-stop keg party complete with buxom American babes. What he and his butler (Ben Miller) don't count on is squalid dorm life, final exams, and the possibility that Eddie might actually find his true soul mate in the sensible Paige. 'A Cinderella Story' (2004) is a modern-day re-telling of the classic fairy tale. Hilary Duff stars as a sweet but awkward high-school girl struggling with the death of her father. The diner he owned now belongs to his thoroughly wicked widow, a former waitress who now makes Sam do all the hard work, mopping floors and washing dishes. School is no picnic for Sam, either: the most popular girl makes her life a misery. Things take a turn for the better when Sam loses her mobile phone and a mystery guy finds it. The pair embark on a romance conducted entirely by text message and email.