CINDERELLA movie review (plus Frozen Fever)

I enjoyed watching Disney's Cinderella last Saturday. The world-famous fairy tale of rags to glamour and making dreams come true has made us remember our childhood in this wonderfully made live-action movie.
In this re-imagination, we further understand how Cinderella is during her happy days with her mother. Just like how the bond was delivered in Into The Woods. We also get to know why her stepmother and step sisters were so mean to her, a back story that helped establish her cruelty against Cinderella. At some point we've got to pity her and that's one factor that we have to know each other's sides.

We are also presented with more additions to the story to clarify the issues going on with the characters. Then we discover the stories on different ends and that may have contributed to our protagonist's life.

A little touch of Disney's "movie magic" and we gave a glamorous and enthralling experience. Though this is not the same treatment as the original musical animated film, Cinderella did not compromise the magical story. There are still familiar elements but transformations unfold before your eyes and they are amazing. "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo!" did not fall out of context; Cinderella talks to mice and lizards, her glass slippers and her blue ballgown, thank you to the Fairy Godmother, all these were made possible.
With its primer "Frozen Fever," it established the magical wonders that are in store for us in Cinderella. Elsa's sneeze created cute little snowmen that almost tore Anna's birthday party apart. You'd better get to the theaters earlier to see this cute treat.

Now showing in theaters nationwide, Cinderella is played Lily James with Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, Stellan Skarsgaard. Directed by Kenneth Branagh under Walt Disney Pictures and distributed by Columbia Pictures Philippines.

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