Prince Derek and Princess Odette adopt a little girl named Alise. Then, Alise gets captured by a group of flying squirrels, who believe that the Swan Princess is evil, according to a ... See full summary »

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Richard Rich

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Brian Nissen (characters), Brian Nissen (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
James Arrington James Arrington ... Chamberlain (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Odette (voice) (as Elle Deets)
Joel Bishop ... Speed (singing voice)
Joel Bishop Joel Bishop ... Speed (singing voice)
Jan Broberg ... Uberta (singing voice)
Carly Fogelson Carly Fogelson ... Alise (voice)
Julia Fogelson Julia Fogelson ... Little Girl Scullion (voice)
Darrel Guilbeau ... Father (voice)
Kathryn Hill Kathryn Hill ... Odette (singing voice)
Gardner Jaas Gardner Jaas ... Puffin (voice)
Clayton James Clayton James ... Jean-Bob (voice)
Catherine Lavin Catherine Lavin ... Narrator / Bridget (voice)
David Lodge ... The Forbidden Arts (voice)
Yuri Lowenthal ... Derek (voice)
Julia Max ... Live-action Reference (voice)
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Prince Derek and Princess Odette adopt a little girl named Alise. Then, Alise gets captured by a group of flying squirrels, who believe that the Swan Princess is evil, according to a prophecy. Now, it's up to Derek and Odette to save Alise, convince the flying squirrels Odette isn't evil and defeat the evil Forbidden Arts. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for mild peril. | See all certifications »

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Was made on a budget of $30 million. See more »

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Odette's necklace disappears and reappears in a lot of shots throughout the movie. See more »

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Follows The Swan Princess (1994) See more »

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As Long as You Love Me
Written by Justin Bieber and Nasi Atweh
Performed by Justin Bieber featuring Big Sean
Produced by Rodney Jerkins
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Doesn't have the same charm as the original trilogy.
1 January 2015 | by Shopaholic35See all my reviews

The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale just doesn't have the same charm as the original Swan Princess trilogy. It all went downhill when they upgraded to CGI animation. Sometimes modern animation techniques can hurt a movie if it looks like the animators weren't even trying which is what happened here. Aside from the animation the story is not bad. I would describe it as cute but there isn't too much substance or emotion. There were a few moments when the characters seemed to behave a little insensitively which seemed unnatural but it wasn't a big issue.

I also found it rather odd that they would break out in song at the weirdest moments. Sometimes you wouldn't have a song for ages and then all of a sudden you would have 3 in a row. Everything screamed lack of passion and laziness. It's a shame because The Swan Princess has such a legacy and the new instalments have lost what made them special.


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Release Date:

25 February 2014 (USA) See more »

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$30,000,000 (estimated)
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