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Sinderella Comes Again (2004)

Sinderella Comes Again sees Buttons, Sinderella and Baron Von Hard-on up to all their old tricks and naughty makeovers! It's a hilarious tale for adults that should know better. It'll definitely heat up your stockings this Christmas!

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Danny Blue ...
The Oddballs
Daniel Bullen ...
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Alan Calleney ...
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Mia Carla ...
Fairy Godmother
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Prince Charming
Jim Davidson ...
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Adrian Doughty ...
The Oddballs
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Mark Gale ...
The Oddballs
Becky Harris ...
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Annette Harry ...
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Roger Kitter ...
Ugly Sister - Viagra
Dave Kristian ...
Dandini
Dave Lee ...
Ugly Sister - Vagina
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Sinderella Comes Again sees Buttons, Sinderella and Baron Von Hard-on up to all their old tricks and naughty makeovers! It's a hilarious tale for adults that should know better. It'll definitely heat up your stockings this Christmas!

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8 November 2004 (UK)  »

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Literally the worst film I have ever seen
17 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is the worst film I have ever seen. Before watching it I thought that Failure to Launch was the worst movie I had witnessed, but Sinderella Comes Again makes that look like Schindler's List in comparative depth and meaning.

There aren't any jokes. There's just people saying penis, to thunderous laughter.

My friends and I only watched this as part of a game, where we were buying random DVDs. Had we not committed ourselves to watching it, we would have stopped within minutes of the start. We persevered. Afterwards we gathered in the garden, and burned the disc so that it couldn't hurt anyone anymore.

It's not even 'so bad it becomes ironically funny' like something from MST3K. It's just grindingly boring. It makes you question your own attachment to the rest of the human race.

Only buy this for people you genuinely hate, and who you want to demonstrate your contempt towards.


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