After reading a bedtime story to her daughter, Alice Tremblay leaves her daughter's room and enters her own fairytale. After battling a sexy big, bad wolf and saving Red Riding Hood, she ...
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After reading a bedtime story to her daughter, Alice Tremblay leaves her daughter's room and enters her own fairytale. After battling a sexy big, bad wolf and saving Red Riding Hood, she encounters Prince Ludwig who helps Alice return to her world in exchange for her teaching him how to kiss so that he can pass his final exam to become Prince Charming. Along they way they meet every familiar fairytale character, though in a decidely different form or personality.
quite entertaining and humorous in a french Canadian way.
I saw this movie today on Bravo while switching channels. I only saw from the scene with Cinderella and her problem at the ball. It was in French with English subtitles and the title somewhat attracted my attention. Even thought I was disappointed that the main character's image was not created in the likes of Lewis Carroll's character, it was very interesting and funny to watch. The movie has a production atmosphere that kept me thinking of the Prince Charming video from Adam and the Ants. Overall it would seem that this film was made in the likes of Rock/Poppy Broadway musical kind of way. And yes, this film had a more of a PG content to it, especially since the original Cinderella was not a wannabe snob who went around bashing someone else's head just so she could make a her night at the ball run smoothly. However, the humorous plot definitely kept me tuned to the show. I couldn't stop laughing at every comical scene.
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