Mary lives with her evil stepmom/sisters and slaves for them. At the high school masquerade ball, she gets to dance with her pop idol, Joey. Running home before midnight, she drops her Zune. Joey tries to find the girl who fits the Zune.
This is the story of Tessa, an aspiring young talented singer and dancer who works at her late father's garage and is a personal assistant to her cruel, overbearing, fame thirsty, and controlling stepmother. When her wicked and abusive stepsisters receive a chance to audition for a live recorded musical production of the classic Cinderella at Royal Lagoon Resort directed by and starring Pop Star Reed West; the female lead of Cinderella who impresses Reed's agents will receive a contract with his record label. With a fairy Godmother like make-up artist convincing and helping Tessa disguise her self as Bella Snow a British pop star persona to win the role. Tessa will have to play both her self, Bella, and Cinderella.
The soundtrack album for the film is considered to be Sofia Carson's first studio album as she appears in most of the songs and re-recorded the majority of the songs sololy. The soundtrack is made for all digital download platforms and in stores as well as the film itself. See more »
There you are!
Oh I know what you where doing
These eyes see everything
Oh I know you have your own little fantasies about being up on stage but lurking around the V.I.P. area "Cinderella" is just sad and frankly a little creepy
Right yeah, of course um yeah I'm so sorry uh no more creeping, understood
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A music video consisting of behind-the-scenes footage is shown during the end credits. See more »
Why Don't I
Written by Sofia Carson
Performed by Sofia Carson See more »
I'm not going to be that rough on this movie unlike some others, it's OK!
I loved the fact that Tessa/Bella was a woman mechanic and a pretty one too! I wish I had gotten some 'grease' education as well because then I might be able to troubleshoot and fix lots of my family's deadbeat cars. Maybe it's not too late to learn, but then I wonder how my nails would ever survive their femininity. I did help change the breaks on my very first car, but that was years ago and I doubt I could do it again all by myself. A woman can imagine though! So, back to the movie, I thought it was good. I would watch it again because the ending was a bit distracted when my family came home. It's a plain, cute, family film with not a lot of depth to it. I thought it was a Disney made-for-TV movie, but I looked and it was Warner Brothers and I watched it on the Freeform channel. I'd rather watch this than a low-budget B-rated movie that just makes no sense why it was put on film. At least it's a fantasy. Solid 6 star rating from me!
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