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Cate Blanchett as Stepmother
Lily James as Cinderella
Hayley Atwell as Ella's Mother
Stellan Skarsgård as Grand Duke
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by michaelarrens 1 / 10

Cinderella Is A Rubbish Movie Even For Kids.

Cinderella 2015 is a rubbish movie even for kids.

This is not a new creative movie, but rather a dull copy of Cinderella's fairytale.

Once again Disney tries to warp the minds of children into believing that fictional creatures can create the impossible. (The scene when the lizard used his tail to close the gate was one of these scenes which delude kids that Lizards could perform miracles.

Disney has been exposed of using hidden sexual images in their drawings in order to corrupt and pervert kids. Search for hidden sexual images in Disney's animation.

Honestly, I don't have anything personal against Disney,but I have found out that they had already lost the glamour.

The acting was poor in general and the cinematography was too ordinary.No innovation whatsoever in this remake.

I advise you to save your money and time and to avoid this film.

Disney's massive advertisement of Cinderella simply aims at deluding you and tempting you to see a worthless movie and to make profits at the expense of naive children who always believe the manipulatory media.

Reviewed by Clayton Holloway (Darkhorse_Knight) 1 / 10

DHKR: Cinderella- "Girls Deserve Far Better"

Spoiler Alert: The Prince finds the glass slipper and puts it on the foot of an incompetent, cry-baby, stick of a woman. They live together happily ever after. Roll Credits. The End.

Well, I can honestly say that the new Cinderella movie wasn't as bad as I initially thought. No. It was far FAR worse. And it's still bloody successful!? Why!? There's nothing hear that makes it stand out from the crowd. There isn't any spin on the story, or even anything remotely original in it's body other than a clichéd dead parent plot-point and a cheap attempt at a moral.

But I stayed optimistic. Maybe the film was gonna put a new spin on the story. Maybe that troll-looking girl named Lily James would at least put a good enough performance. Maybe the songs will be nice enough to listen to on a soundtrack like with Frozen. Maybe the set and costumes would be at least nice to look at. I tried and tried to find a silver lining......

And I couldn't.

Yes, this live-action revision is nothing but a copy-paste of the 1950s Classic. There is virtually no vision in this revision. Nothing original in it's body or even anything NEW done with it like in Run All Night or in Maleficent. From the choice of the lead actress, the nauseating design of it's set and costume, and fairly weak moral make this film one similar to one of those death traps in the SAW movies. I just felt sick through and through, praying the film to just take a left turn and do something, ANYTHING remotely different. I never felt more deprived of intelligence, sanity, everything!

Now, what kick started this hateful broil deep inside was the introduction, showing us Cinderella- oh sorry, "Ella", ugh-and her oh-so perfect life with her oh-so perfect mother and her oh-so perfect advice. Her advise is simple; "Have Courage and Be Kind", a moral that will be Cinderella's creed until the day she dies.

And this moral is why I despise the film as much as I do.

Throughout the film, well the OTHER film since the two are more or less the same, Cindere....sorry, "Ella". Ugh...was forced to stay on the ground and take each hit like a boxing training dummy, unable to show any kind of anger or resentment. Sleeping near a fireplace, in the cold attic, having her mum's dress torn off, NONE of this gets her showing a little bit of anger. You know, the most normal reaction to copious amounts of stress and building rage? Nah, just "Have Courage and Be Kind", which apparently means "Take the Hit and be a Bloody Doormat you Worthless Waste of a Uterus".

Only when the CGI portions begin with the Fairy Godmother building the carriage from a pumpkin, only THEN do we see the story finally take place that brings bland Ella-got it right finally-to Prince Kit, who's just as bland and void of character as his animated counterpart and the perfect match for our ugly looking leading lady.(though, Word of God says that giving him a name makes him oh-so much more interesting).

Then, you know the rest, only filler has been put in that cranks the annoying step-sisters Up to Eleven actually divides up the sections that would otherwise be void and empty. Cinderella goes home, and is forcibly locked up by the Eeeeeeeeeeeeevil Step-Mother, who now is given a reveal of her wickedness. It turns out, being widowed made her eeeeeeevil. And thinking more about finance and power is just but a sad way for her to fill up that little hole in her heart where only a good man could fill. The movie assumes that she and the step-sisters(who here come off more as annoying rather than wicked) along with the Grand Duke are banished. Never to be heard of again.

Yup, the film doesn't give them any kind of redemption. Just throw away the tomboys and the Amazon-Chaser and the whole kingdom is good forevermore. Tomboys are ALL evil or ugly girls! That's the real moral of the story! If you don't like someone,wait until you get a rich and powerful husband who can just kick those pesky and disgusting people out.

Yeah, the film personally paints women who are tomboys or at the very least tomboyish in design the same way that Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter paints the Confederates as blood-sucking monsters. And it's weird that the film, in which preaches the idea of of "Being Kind" has them given a horrible possible sentence imaginable. But it's OK, they were mean, ugly tomboys, so they deserve it.

But at this point, who bloody cares. The film already made $500 Million and giving a message of some kind of crusade urging women to be bloody doormats and punish those who so much has a little less curves in their hips or a mouth on their breast at age 14.

And why should you? This isn't made for me, a guy who was spoilt by Galavant and Game of Thrones, believing that film and TV can have actual narrative that feels engaging and thought provoking as well as entertaining and profitable. It's for little girls, so who cares how it is? Girls will watch anything with a pretty princess,so who cares?"

Yeah, well girls deserve far better than this. Just because girls are easily as entertained as boys doesn't mean their just as stupid. Making film for a certain demographic isn't exactly a way to go, it just limits one to a certain group rather than the whole pie. It's better to try and fail then never to try at all. Besides, if girls are dumb enough to live by this standard given to us in the film, will they care for anything else?

Final Result: 1 Half Star- E-Ranking

Reviewed by Bryan Kluger 2 / 10

'Cinderella', just find the original classic cartoon and enjoy that version, because this live-action one is not worth the time or money.

I'm not sure why Disney is hell-bent on remaking all of their classic animated films into live-action reboots, but that seems to be the case nowadays. With 'Snow White and The Huntsman' to 'Maleficent' and now with 'Cinderella', Disney is banking on popular movie stars to re-energize their classic titles. The problem is that these are not any good. While there is probably a built in audience already and new generations are now getting to see these old tales, it might be financially viable to think about rebooting these franchises. But in order to do that, you must make something that is quality, which none of these are.

In fact, I thought Disney was the leader in re-releasing movies as they were over time. Why haven't they just re-released the originals for the younger generations to see and enjoy instead of making terrible live-action films that people forget in less time it takes to make a peanut butter and chocolate cake sandwich. Cinderella is just as bad if not worse than the prior two films that came before it and I'll tell you why. Before that unfortunate business, there were a couple of decent aspects to this film that was directed by Kenneth Branagh himself and written by Chris Weitz (the guy who directed 'American Pie').

Besides the visual style of the film, which is gorgeous, colorful, and fun, and of course the immaculate costumes that went in to the final film (which will win some kind of award in the future, I'm sure), it's the tone of the film that's different here. If you saw 'Maleficent' or 'Snow White and the Huntsman', there was a darker and much sinister tone to those classic tales of Disney. It's a trend nowadays that we see everywhere from the Marvel universe to the 'Star Trek' films. Everything is in darkness or supposed to be brooding like an angry a hipster who found out too late that their Starbuck's coffee has been sabotaged.

Branagh flipped the tone on its ear and pretty much stuck to the animated classic film's tone with really no ounce of darkness or brooding to be seen. It was a nice treat. That being said, seeing the 'Cinderella' story in live-action mode, made me think that there really was no interesting story in 'Cinderella' to begin with. Literally nothing happens besides a young girl going to dance at some fancy house, leaving her clothes on the front lawn, and some dude returning those clothes, then marrying her. That really sums up the 'Cinderella' story.

Sure, there is a stepmother and her two daughters who can be a trio of jerks to 'Cinderella', but it's nothing that that a few cheese-eating mice can't take care of. It really is a boring film, where I found myself trying to find anything decent about the movie. One of the better scenes in the classic animated film was when the fairy god mother came down upon Cinderella with her magic wand and turned normal household rodents and objects into fun things that were useful, like a giant pumpkin car. Well, here in this live action version, Helena Bonham Carter (Tim Burton's former beard and Johnny Depp look-a-like), played the fairy god mother. Carter completely ripped off Johnny Depp's Willy Wonka character and input that into the fairy god mother. So instead of some hip grandma who grant wishes, we get a dimwitted angel like creature who got lost on the way to heaven with the IQ of a door knob. Just terrible. How could Kenneth Branagh, the guy who made 'Hamlet' awesome allow something like this?

Then you have Lily James playing the iconic character who does a decent enough job, but is no where near memorable. And Richard Madden plays the prince, which just makes you angry that he's no longer in 'Game of Thrones' anymore and probably owed someone a favor for this. The only real spotlight is solely for Cate Blanchett, who plays a great evil stepmother. Everything from her body language, emotions, and dialogue completely sells her character to a tee. I wanted to like this movie, but just couldn't. If you find yourself looking to watch 'Cinderella', just find the original classic cartoon and enjoy that version, because this live-action one is not worth the time or money.

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