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The Secret of Anastasia (1997)
very good soundtrack.
This movie has a great soundtrack. The songs are very good. The vocals are very good. The animation isn't that great. Some of the scenes are kind of corny but it's still a decent movie. It is funny and little girls will probably like it a lot.
It's a little different from the other "Anastasia" movies. In this version, Anastasia has musical instruments that come to life and talk to her. The instruments are so funny. They sing and dance, They even order room service and eat tons of food. They also keep Anastasia safe. They help her through the tough times and they are her friends.
This a delightful film for the young and the young at heart.
A Snow White Christmas (1980)
very delightful !!
I love this movie. It's very funny and heart-warming. This movie takes place after "Happily Ever After". Snow White has been married to "King Charming" for several years and they now have a daughter who has hair that is as white as snow. Snow White's daughter is also named Snow White and the evil wicked Queen returns and tries to get rid of Snow White and Snow White Jr.
This is a good family film especially for young children. It's much better than "Happily Ever After". It's more colorful and light-hearted.
This movie is part three in the Snow White trilogy that begins with Disney's "Snow White" and then "Happily Ever After".The seven friendly giants are hilarious. The Soundtrack has a 70's sound.
The Cheetah Girls (2003)
This is a delightful film about 4 girls who are in a singing group. It is a very colorful and fun-filled movie that young girls will surely enjoy. Raven did an excellent job at being a Diva and the songs were okay. Lynn Whitfield is excellent as Raven's mom.
Lonely in America (1990)
I love this movie...
This is an excellent movie. This movie has a witty dialogue and the cast is excellent. It's about a young Indian immigrant who comes to New York City to look for success, love, and money. However, when he gets to NYC, all he gets is a crappy job at his uncles magazine stand. Throughout the course of the movie, we follow Arun as he struggles with trying to balance his traditional Indian values with the ways of American pop culture. In the end he learns valuable lessons in life and in love.