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Cinderella II: Dreams Come True 2002

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Three royal tales, featuring Cinderella and her life in the palace.

Starring:
Jennifer Hale, Holland Taylor
Runtime:
1 hour, 13 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Musical, Kids & Family
Director John Kafka, Darrell Rooney
Starring Jennifer Hale, Holland Taylor
Supporting actors Christopher Daniel Barnes, Rob Paulsen, Andre Stojka, Russi Taylor, Corey Burton, Suzanne Blakeslee, Frank Welker, Tress MacNeille
Studio Walt Disney Pictures
MPAA rating G (General Audience)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Monty Moonlight VINE VOICE on February 27, 2002
Format: DVD
I've often said that Cinderella 2's biggest problem, when you get beyond the fact that it was clearly made purely for kids and is really just another form of princess "merchandise," is that it was falsely advertised to increase sales. Disney does that quite often with their direct-to-video releases, and it makes it difficult to distinguish the good ones from the bad before buying or renting. And, make no mistake, Disney DOES make some very good direct-to-video releases. Cinderella 3, for example, is an excellent film. Cinderella 2... not so much. It's the title that's the biggest problem for the consumer though. "Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True" implies some grand, feature-length sequel to the classic Disney film. In fact, that is nothing like what you actually get here. Again, for something like that, I recommend "Cinderella 3: A Twist In Time." Cinderella 2 would have been better titled "Mouse Mouse Tales" or "Tales From Cinderella's Castle." See, that's all it really is. It's three tales from the mice that were Cinderella's best friends since before she became a princess.

In truth, the stories really aren't that bad. Okay, the first one is kinda weak, and it's the one that is the most about Cindy herself, but the other two are pretty interesting. The stories are introduced by the mice and the Fairy Godmother as they work to make a gift for Cinderella, a book she can read to them about their first experiences after moving into the castle. Something I found a bit odd in these sequences was how these storybook-period characters had access to Crayolas and number-two pencils. The first tale is about Cinderella struggling to do things right in the castle in preparation for a ball and finally realizing she must do things "her" way.
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By A Customer on February 27, 2002
Format: DVD
Let's put it this way: My three year old has watched the original Cinderella about a thousand times. My three year old asked me to turn off Cinderella II half way through -- and told me to get my money back! Does no one at Disney have any imagination left at all?
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I love Disney and generally enjoy their sequel films - Toy Story 2, Rescuers Down Under, Scamp's Adventure, etc. but really dislike the lack of imagination and care shown in this feature.
The animation looks like cheap Cartoon Network tripe and the songs are the worst ever. I never thought I would dislike a film this much!
The extras are very weak and Cinderella has a voice of a teen cheerleader from a sickly 80's film.
Children will be insulted - adults will neither find anything to enjoy except for the trailer which shows the classic, true Disney, film Beauty and the Beast will be on DVD this year.
Considering it on your DVD shelf? Bibidy Bobity DON'T!
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Like one of the other reviewers, I rented this from the library for my daughter and I to view. No, it's not the original and it's does lack much of the creativity of the original, but my daughter and even her older brother find the mice telling a story enchanting and captivating.
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Which was a bigger crime against childhood: Making this movie at all, or deciding to charge $26 for it
The movie, if you can call it that, is actually a series of vignettes told by the mice of all people. Only one is specifically about Cinderella, one is mainly about Jaque the mouse, and one is about Anastasia the formerly evil stepsister.
The one about Cinderella is first and within the first 3 minutes, Prince Charming leaves on business, leaving Cinderella to the "domestic" task of planning some party with some crabby lady who's always done it before to teach her how things are done in the palace. Cinderella is completely unable to take on the "princess role" grows tired of this and decides to do it her own way, which is of course infinitely more fun than the royal way.
In the second the fairy godmother (who apparently grants wishes to mice now) turns Jaques into a human because he wants to be able to help her. He is, of course, still afraid of PomPom the castle cat. Turns out he likes being a mouse. Then there is this totally contrived situation where the king is clinging to a rampaging elephant that can only be stopped by, you guessed it, a mouse. Jaques is turned back into a mouse and saves the day.
The third short is about Anastasia who falls in love with the baker. Stepmother hates this of course, but with two or three words of encouragement Anastasia stands up to mom and invites the Baker to the ball.
I understand the desire to have Cinderella do something other than get rescued by falling in love with a prince, but geez, put an ounce of effort into it!
The "plot" in this "movie" is the only thing worse than the animation, which is not any better than the original Cinderella, and might in fact be worse.
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Ok, I love Disney movies. And the original Cinderella was a romantic, timeless classic. As a little girl, I secretly yearned for my own Prince Charming to live in a grand castle with. That is how absorbing and wonderful Cinderella was to me. So I figured while the sequel would not be excellence in film making, I thought it would at least be good. After all, the original was fantastic, and this is Disney! Boy, was I wrong!
As the other reviewers stated, this is actually 3 stories in one, rather than one long story. That said, the first two stories were awful, and the last was mediocre. The singing...UGHHHHHH!! What were they thinking. I have to say, in the first story, after Cinderella decides to do everything "her own way," the high notes sung in the subsequent scenes were enough to make little dogs cringe in pain. Sorry Disney.
I really expected much more out of this and was sorely disappointed. All other Disney sequels were not THIS bad and I hope Disney does not plan on releasing similiar bad sequels. As it is, I want my money back on this one! Now I am just looking forward to purchasing Beauty and the Beast sometime this November.
If Disney decides to produce any more sequels of this quality, I certainly will stop buying.
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