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Grimm's Snow White (2012)

PG-13 | | Adventure, Fantasy | Video 13 March 2012
When the King is killed by ferocious reptile beasts, his Queen takes control of the kingdom. She tries to kill her beautiful stepdaughter Snow, but she escapes into the enchanted forest.

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Queen Gwendolyn
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Hugh the Advisor
Ben Maddox ...
Huntsman Beasley
Sebastian Wimmer ...
Runt
Alan Burgon ...
Orlando
Frauke Steiner ...
Mara
Sabine Kranzelbinder ...
Isabella
Eric Lomas ...
Cyrus
Klara Steinhauser ...
Allura
Eberhard Wagner ...
Bernhard Rusch ...
Wally the Stable Boy (as Bernhard Georg Rusch)
Lukas Johne ...
Dungeon Master
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Captain (as Mac Salamon)
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When the King is killed by ferocious reptile beasts, his Queen takes control of the kingdom. She tries to kill her beautiful stepdaughter Snow, but she escapes into the enchanted forest.

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Rated PG-13 for some violence | See all certifications »

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Released to capitalize on Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) and Mirror Mirror (2012). See more »

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When three monster dogs attack Snow White near the bridge, the prince kills one of them, ripping of its head. Then he faces two other dogs. They flee and we see three dogs escaping. See more »

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Queen Gwendolyn: Thee I invoke by moonlit sea of the standing stone and the twisted tree. Mirror, mirror on the wall... who is fairest of them all?
[the face of the mirror materializes]
The Mirror: My queen, you are full faired tis true, but there is one in the kingdom who is more fairer then you. Snow White.
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To be honest, it's an improvement
16 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

Let's have a look back on the past Asylum films that they invented. 666: The Beast, 666: The Child and also, Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus. THOSE films were terrible with a capital T. I saw another film produced by The Asylum not long ago with Ving Rhames 'Zombie Apocalypse' compare all those films to their latest ones now, they're improving just very slowly. They're not cheesy as much any more, their films are not in low quality, also they're hiring actors who are known to the community. I'm waiting for some of their new films that are going to be released soon Golden Winter, Super Cyclone, Nazis at the centre of the earth and also Alien Origin. Sure, Grimm's snow white wasn't as exciting but it's definitely an improvement from The Asylum. -Trent Browning


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