Lady Tremaine gets her hands on the Fairy Godmother's wand, then turns back time to the day Cinderella tried on the glass slipper. She enlarges the slipper to fit one of the stepsisters, Anastasia, then erases Prince Charming's memories of meeting Cinderella. Now, Cinderella must foil Lady Tremaine's scheme and win back her prince.Written by
This was Disney Australia's final feature. The studio was closed and equipment auctioned off once Cinderella 3: A Twist in Time (2007) production completed in July 2006. Unlike the previous sequel, Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True (2001), which was mostly made in Japan (that studio also closed shortly after completion of the second film), the third film's animators were given meticulous model sheets and extensive live-action sequences for animation reference. See more »
After Anastasia admires the engagement ring, it disappears and doesn't reappear on her finger throughout the movie. See more »
Keep in mind I'm an old man and my heart can only take so much. Please, please, please, tell me that this is the girl you intend to marry.
All the stars are shining brighter, Dad, just like you said.
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In the first part of the credits, a series of wall-hung portraits of the movie's characters are shown. One is a (deliberately anachronistc) photo-reel of Cinderella and the prince "mugging" for pictures like people do in photo booths at Walt Disney theme parks. At least two of the portraits spoof iconic paintings: the Grand Duke poses as Edvard Munch's Skrik (aka Der Schrei der Natur/The Scream/The Cry), and Gus-Gus poses as Thomas Gainsborough's Blue Boy. See more »
The one sequel that comes close to being as good as the first film.
Cinderella III is the story of our beloved Disney Princess celebrating her one year anniversary married to the prince. The Fairy Godmother is there as well, and carelessly flings her wand in the bushes while singing. The wand lands in the hands of Anastasia, one of Cinderella's stepsisters. And soon, the wicked stepmother takes matters into her own hands by reversing time to when the duke arrived to try the slipper on the feet of the stepsisters. BUT, this time- the wand is used to make it fit Anastaia's foot. From there, a suspenseful series of events follow Cinderella as she tries to set things right.
This film is amazing. It is the best Disney sequel I've seen to date. The animation isn't the quality of a theatrical release, but it much better than most direct-to-video films are.
The story is very suspenseful and creative. It is slightly predictable, but aside from that, it keeps your attention and not once will you be bored.
The acting is wonderful. The voices are obviously not that of the original film, but the actors do their best to bring feeling to the characters, and that is what matters. (In my opinion, the actress who voices Anastasia did a wonderful job.) The film contains some new songs. No song is as great as anything you'd find in a golden Disney film, but again- these songs are ones you want to listen to again. Along with the songs, the score to the film is wonderful especially in climactic scenes. And yes- there are "action" scenes in this film, and they are wonderful.
This film wasn't made for money. It was made to please all the fans who were disappointed in "Cinderella 2." And let me tell you, Disney did something right with a sequel for once.
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