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Another Cinderella Story (2008)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Mary Santiago
... Joey Parker
... Dominique
... Bree
... Britt
... Tami
... Dustin
... Natalia
... British Director
Stuart Cowan ... Debate Team Dude
... Football Jock
... Amazonian Model Girl (as Maija Tailfeathers)
Donald Adams ... Teacher
Jagoda Janik ... Goth Girl
... Moon-eyed Cheerleader (as Laura Konechny)
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A guy who danced with what could be the girl of his dreams at a valentine mascarade ball only has one hint at her identity: the Zune she left behind as she rushed home in order to make her curfew. And with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in front of him, he sets out to find his masked beauty. Written by anonymous

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Rated PG for some mild sensuality and language | See all certifications »

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16 September 2008 (USA)  »

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A Cinderella Story Two  »

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$5,000,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Selena Gomez did four weeks of dance training prior to filming. See more »

Goofs

Mary goes to fetch a bottle of bubbly from the Esky and we clearly see all the contents in the cooler. After Brit wrenches it from your grasp she says, "Oh, my God. Thank you so much, Mary. That was the last bottle of bubbly." However, there were two there from the beginning, and Mary then reaches for the second one before saying to Bree, "we live in the 90211, genius." See more »

Quotes

Joey Parker: Dance with me.
Mary: Dance with you? No thanks.
Joey Parker: Well, maybe I'm wrong. But you're the most amazing dance partner I've ever had... Even though I taught her everything she knows.
Mary: That's funny because you said that you forgot why you even started dancing... until you met me.
Joey Parker: So why don't you bring yourself up here and show me why I remember.
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Follows A Cinderella Story (2004) See more »

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Hurry Up and Save Me
Written By Ralph Churchwell, Michael Nielsen, and Antonina Armato
Produced By Ralph Churchwell and Michael Nielsen
Mixed By Tal Herzberg
Performed By Tiffany Kathryn
Tiffany Giardina Appears Courtesy of 785 Records
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Not the greatest thing but definitely surpassed my expectations
27 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

I admit that an 8/10 might be a little too high for this movie but I thought that, compared to all other movies similar to this, it belonged in the upper level and thus deserved the 8/10. Overall it was a pretty good movie, a modern day Cinderella story. They replaced the Prince with a Celebrity (Drew Seeley), they replaced the servant with a maid (Selena Gomez) and replaced the slipper with an MP3 player.

At first I thought it would be like all other movies similar to this, the entire movie leads up to the buildup where the boy will find out who the girl is and they will fall in love, but this one is different. I thought it was a great idea that they finished that in the first half with him finding his girl and filled the second half with modern day drama. This movie was more than just a Cinderella story, it wasn't just the "prince" finding his "princess" and an endless love, it dealt with insecurity and different social rankings and everything. They had a premise built around dance and stuck with that premise throughout the movie which was another big positive.

Overall i thought it was a very enjoyable movie, compared to all movies it probably would not be higher than 6 because it wasn't anything close to the "best thing ever" but compared to many Disney Movies, I'd rank this as the 2nd best movie right behind High School Musical 1.

It is a good movie, very enjoyable, and very satisfying. The main concern many people have would be the romantic interest between a 26 year old guy and a 16 year old girl, but in the movie they sort of build off the same vibe with an older guy and a younger girl. It is said that they are not the same age in the movie, as she was admiring him and "loving him" when she was only 10. Disney did not ignore the age gap and i think that it just made the film more powerful as it was yet another obstacle that they had to overcome, in addition to everything else.


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