The kingdom of Atlantica where music is forbidden, the youngest daughter of King Triton, named Ariel, discovers her love to an underground music club and sets off to a daring adventure to bring restoration of music back to Atlantica.
Samuel E. Wright,
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
After the dance when the Duke was trying to fix the Prince's shirt the button that keeps the shoulder in place appears after the third attempt to replace it. The button was also pulled off the shirt during the dance and never was retrieved. See more »
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 »
Very impressive, especially for a seemingly unnecessary SECOND Disney sequel...
I usually try to watch all of the Disney sequels I can, and have certainly been disappointed a few times, but this movie is proof to me that, sometimes, they do a great job! My friend and I (who are in college and still watch our favorite Disney movies all the time) just finished watching this movie, and we both loved it. I certainly don't think that all Disney movies NEED sequels, but from time to time they can be quite enjoyable. And even though I really wanted to see it when I found out about it, I certainly didn't expect it to be great (especially not for a SECOND sequel that didn't seem at all necessary), but we thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, and laughed quite a few times! I have never liked the prince in the original Cinderella; he had pretty much zero character development (understandable), and I actually thought he was a bit too girly, even for a Disney prince, but this movie has completely changed my opinion about him! He was really engaging, and funny, and even quite attractive for an animated character (as many of the other Disney princes are)! And yes, the voices were different, and the animation wasn't exactly the same, but it was still beautifully done (with amazing scenery), and Cinderella looked gorgeous in every scene! It's true that the songs weren't amazing or anything, but the story was really interesting, and I will probably watch it again before I return it, and maybe even buy it. Either way, my (future) children are definitely watching it someday... So if anyone still feels skeptical, I would say to just please at least give it a chance. If you hate it, that's certainly your right, but honestly, I don't see how you could. :-)
Also--This line had my friend and I laughing for about ten minutes. I'm not entirely sure why it's funny; it just sounded very absurdly amusing: "Hold the trumpet!"
If you see it, maybe you'll agree, or, um, think I'm crazy... :-)
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