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I thought that the first one was great. But the second wasn't that good at all. It was too played out. Not very much plot. There was no story line. Exactly a duplicate of Cinderella, like they don't have enough of those.The good qualities were that they kept the same actors and anded some more. I think that children would enjoy this better, but from my perspective it wasn't at all as it turned out to be.
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