REVIEW: Disney’s Live-Action Cinderella Rekindles Old Studio Magic


The Cinderella story, codified by Charles Perrault as Cendrillon in 1697, has been a movie staple since the beginning of the medium.

While most movie versions of Cinderella’s story are produced for children, you should probably exercise slightly more caution when deciding whether to reveal the original version to your kids.

In Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella remake, Cate Blanchett charitably offers up her two-time Oscar-winning talents to a children’s film, as the title character’s evil stepmother.

Cinderella is the new live action Disney film inspired by the fairy tale Cinderella by Charles Perrault.

The Cinderella 2015 reboot opens on theaters everywhere on Friday, March 13.

The studio’s dream is that “Cinderella” sweeps the box office just like the live-action “Alice” and “Maleficent” did before her.

– Cinderella is the new live action Disney film inspired by the fairy tale Cinderella by Charles Perrault.

Ever since the cast was announced, I’ve been wishing hard on Disney’s new live action adaptation of Cinderella.

While most movie versions of Cinderella’s story are produced for children, you should probably exercise slightly more caution when deciding whether to reveal the original version to your kids.

Yeah, before Cinderella gets underway, you’ll see a short film that’s a sequel to the animated film we all watched a bazillion times until it became the fifth highest-grossing movie in the history of ever.

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