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A girl named Ella (Cinderella) has the purest heart living in a cruel world filled with evil stepsisters and an evil stepmother out to ruin Ella's life. Ella comes one with her pure heart when she meets the prince and dances her way to a better life with glass shoes, and a little help from her fairy godmother, of course.
When the pumpkin starts to grow inside the greenhouse Cinderella and the fairy godmother are pushed against the glass while they're scooting together; however when they leave the greenhouse, they exit from opposite sides of the door, meaning one of them would have had to walk around the whole circumference of the greenhouse to exit. See more »
After the Fairy Godmother sings "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song)" in the last part of the end credits, she asks "Oh, where did everybody go?" right before the closing Disney logo appears. See more »
Cate Blanchett is the mean stepmother in this new "Cinderella." In fact, she is the best thing. I thought just about everything Disney touched turned to gold, but this was a major disappointment in all departments. The leads for Cinderella and particularly Prince Charming were perfectly dreadful with no screen presence or chemistry together and their characters were extremely dull. You never are brought to care about them, despite the fact Cinderella's father and mother are gone soon after the movie begins. I was very disappointed in this and I am surprised to see it so popular on here. Or am I? I do see that some people have trashed it. I usually don't read other reviews, but, when I don't like a movie, I look to see if others feel the same. Some say that even their children didn't like it very discerning and wise people they will be. If you want to see Cinderella, there are several versions to pick from, the original animated one, the Julie Andrews film, the Lesley Ann Warren film, and "The Slipper and the Rose." There are probably more, but none can top those four EVER. Don't watch this one! You've been warned. (2/10 for Cate, though.)
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