A Cinderella Story
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Cinderella Story, A (DVD) (FS)
Deep in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, Sam (Hilary Duff) a modern-day Cinderella, finds her Prince Charming (Chad Michale Murray) on the Internet. Despite the comically malevolent efforts of her stepmother and stepsisters to keep her at work in their diner, Sam dreams of meeting her online soul mate at the high school Halloween dance. Now, Sam discovers that outward appearances can be deceiving--and that even in the San Fernando Valley stories can have a happy ending in A Cinderella Story.]]>
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but also delivers several good messages within a cute and clean story line! Chad Michael Murray is not my favorite person, but Hilary Duff's
pleasant "likeability" keeps the story moving smoothly. Dan Byrd who plays her odd thespian best friend shines and cracks me up! :)
This Cinderella movie with a modern take is a fun film, and is definitely enjoyable by more than just tween and teen girls!
I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to relax and have a fun time.
I especially enjoyed the gazebo dance scene---a handsome young man (Chad Michael Murray), a beautiful young woman (Hillary Duff) and a minstrel group playing and singing a beautiful song just for the two of them. A girl would feel very special.
Imagine you are a girl who has known nothing in life but hard work and servitude. Your only solace is an anonymous internet soulmate. You agree to meet this soulmate in costume at the school Halloween dance. You meet and discover you are the object of affection of the most popular boy in the whole school---if he only knew who you really were!
Of course, with the evil stepmother and stepsisters and the prince's ex-girlfriend all conspiring against her, things do not go smoothly. There are ups and lots of downs and, just when you think all is lost, she gets her prince and they live happily ever after. Yea!!
It's a good movie that is safe for the whole family. It gives young people this good advise, 'Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game'.