Cinderella

2015

Action / Drama / Family / Fantasy / Romance

598
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 6.9 10 126770

Synopsis


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Cast

Cate Blanchett as Stepmother
Lily James as Cinderella
Hayley Atwell as Ella's Mother
Stellan Skarsgård as Grand Duke
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1hr 45 min
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1hr 45 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Mihai Toma 10 / 10

A superb live-action remake

After a young, kind and beautiful girl remains without both her parents, she is left in the care of her merciless and greedy stepmother who transforms her into a servant. Although forced to live a harsh life, Cinderella always remained kind and courageous, in hope of a magical act which might turn her life around. This said, a charming apprentice she meets by accident in the woods might just be what she deserves.

This real action remake of the original Disney animation is a wonderful demonstration that it can be done if you keep the story, present it seriously, hire a couple of good actors who know what is to be done and get a bit of help from a very talented animation team. Add to this mix a good soundtrack and you end up with a very good movie by itself. Yes it is a very good remake and yes, it is a very good movie without having to mention the Disney animation with the same title. Do I recommend it? Without any doubt!

Reviewed by mwestra 9 / 10

Depends on your personality as to whether you will enjoy or not

It has many similarities to the original DISNEY version, with some variable changes that I felt enhanced the film. I am not surprised at the poor reviews, as these days there are too many platforms for opinions to please everybody. I LOVED this movie and found myself buying it a week after watching it on cable. I loved the CGI, the cast, and felt it enhanced the magic of the 1950s Disney film version. I enjoyed Ever After (Cinderella film), but it did not feel as magical as this version. Cinderella was a favorite movie of mine, but not my favorite. This is my favorite live adaptation of a cartoon (and yes, I quite enjoyed Malificent - Sleeping Beauty remake). I loved it and it's possible you will too. If you are hoping for a new plot twist, or it being based on ideals that resemble (or should) reality, then maybe this isn't for you. If you are picky about things, like Cinderella having a small waist or other superficial things, maybe you should stick to a different type film. Nobody I knew who has seen it was bored once during this film, but I can see why it could be for people with different interests or ideals. If you really can't spare a couple hours to check out the film for yourself, but you have an hour or two to spend reading reviews, then perhaps you really aren't interested in seeing it after all. Nobody can tell you whether it it is good, but you....or maybe someone exactly like you. Hope you enjoy the film too if you do watch it! I loved it!

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 4 / 10

Missed opportunity

CINDERELLA is another in a recent series of live-action versions of Disney's animated classics. The unknown Lily James plays the protagonist here, the put-upon stepsister at the mercy of her cruel stepmother who catches the eye of a handsome prince and utilises the magic of a fairy godmother in order to win his hand. The weird thing about this film is how unenjoyable it is. The main thrust of the story is skimmed over in haste while added-in sub-plots involving Stellan Skarsgaard's random bad guy character are given way too much screen time. James is a simpering and uninspiring protagonist - it takes more than adversity for a viewer to warm to a character, and the scriptwriter should know that - while Kenneth Branagh contributes zero style to his direction. Even worse is a one-dimensional stereotype turn from Cate Blanchett and the actresses playing her daughters. Richard Maddern's prince is all teeth and eyes and no personality, while the less said about Helena Bonham Carter's cameo the better. Add in some unimpressive CGI effects and surprisingly 20th century-looking costumes and you have a generally poor attempt at a classic fairy tale.

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