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Cinderella III - A Twist in Time
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What if the slipper didnt fit? Experience the wonder and the majesty of Cinderellas classic fairy tale with a spectacular twist in Disneys all-new motion picture CINDERELLA III: A TWIST IN TIME. When her evil stepmother gets hold of the Fairy Godmothers magic wand and turns back the hands of time, Cinderella must try to find Prince Charming and break through the evil spell. Gus, Jaq and all your favorite characters return in an exciting and hilarious new take on one of the most celebrated films of all time. Bursting with show-stopping music and more magic, wonder and suspense than the original, CINDERELLA III is enchanting entertainment for the entire family.
Cinderella and the Prince are destined to be together, but have you ever wondered what would have happened if the glass slipper that was left behind after the royal ball fit someone other than Cinderella? Cinderella's Stepmother and Stepsisters Anastasia and Drisella change history when Anastasia steals the Fairy Godmother's magic wand and her mother uses it to turn back time and then cast a spell on the glass slipper so that it will fit on Anastasia's foot. The Prince immediately realizes that something is amiss, but a quick zap from the magic wand convinces him that Anastasia is his rightful bride-to-be and it looks like nothing that Cinderella or her mouse friends Jaq and Gus can do will set things right. Two questions remain: what will become of Cinderella and can Anastasia ever find true happiness by marrying someone who will never love her for who she really is? This 74-minute animated tale follows the classic Cinderella and its sequel Cinderella II--Dreams Come True and features nice animation, new conflicts between familiar secondary characters like the evil cat Lucifer and mouse friends Jaq and Gus, lots of new songs, and a suspenseful story line. (Ages 3 to 9) --Tami HoriuchiSee all Editorial Reviews
- "Bibbidi Bobbidi Choose" DVD Game
- Cinderella's Ballroom (DVD ROM): Dance to the princess jukebox, choreograph your own ballroom dances, use your own photos to turn yourself into a princess
- "I Still Believe" Music Video Performed By Hayden Panettiere
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That said, I was amazed when the original "slipper" sequences were re-animated for this to include the changes! After having seen Cinderella nearly 100 times (not kidding!), it was odd seeing the sequence play out differently. I almost suspect that Disney did this story as an inside joke for all of us parents who have had to watch the original Cinderella countless times.
The animation is great -- the plot is enjoyable. They even add some depth to the characters of the Prince and King. Even Anastasia and Drizella become somewhat more real and likeable...if that's possible.
I'm not sure it has a lot of replay value -- surely not as much as the original Cinderalla. My daughter doesn't ask to watch it, but if prompted with this as a choice, she sometimes selects it. Overall, it's enjoyable -- watch it together!
Not only have Lady Tremaine and Lucifer managed to return to be as evil, if not more so, than in the first film, the animation was just as beautiful as the original with several new catchy songs that match the same themes that were in the beginning--Try comparing "It Was Only a Dream" with Cinderella's first song, "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes" and the mice's "At the Ball" with "Cinderelly".
Best of all, there is some real character development going on here rather than trite little moral tales like in the second installment. I actually like the Prince in this film because he doesn't just sit around waiting for someone else to bring him the girl that he fell in love with. He has more than just good dancing skills--he goes after the girl, he is kind, and he has quite a few good one-liners in this movie as well. I particularly loved his reaction to Cinderella's animal friends/side kicks. Even his father moves past the wish for grandchildren to have a bit more depth in this film.
Cinderella has also grown a spine (finally). She directly stands up to her step mother like never before, finally gives Lucifer what he so justly deserves, and instead of just wishing for a happily ever after, she chases her's down multiple times in this film. Cinderella has finally learned that perseverance doesn't just apply to faith and hope, but to actions as well, and I say Bravo to her for it.
A thoroughly good sequel that far outstrips Cinderella II in all aspects, this is definitely worth watching for any fan of the Disney animated classics.