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Mirror Mirror, a review by Dragonfire


Mirror Mirror



I wanted to see Mirror Mirror from the first time I saw a preview of the movie. 

The movie is a version of Snow White.  It tells the same basic story of Snow White growing up with a stepmother after her father disappears.  The stepmother keeps Snow confined to the castle before trying to do away with her.  There are a few new elements, like the Queen having money problems and deciding to marry the young Prince Alcott who shows up and the dwarves being bandits.  Some of what happens is a bit predictable since the basic story is so well known, but that doesn't keep the movie from being fun and entertaining.  There are even a few small surprises thanks to the changes to the story.  There is a decent amount of humor added that I think works.  Some people might think that the movie is too silly.  Some parts are a little silly, but that works for the movie, helping to make it fun and entertaining.  The characters are all tweaked in ways that are interesting and the cast is great.  I really enjoyed the movie and I'm sure I'll add it to my collection eventually.



I did post a longer review of the movie at Epinions.

Mirror Mirror

(From Mirror Mirror on June 11th, 2012)

Member's Reviews

Pocahontas, a review by Critter


Pocahontas (Musical Masterpiece Edition)



Year: 1995

Director(s): Mike Gabriel, Eric Goldberg

Run Time: 81 minutes

Plot: The daughter of a Native American tribe chief and English soldier share a romance when English colonists invade 17th century Virginia.

Cast:
Irene Bedard - Pocahontas (voice)
Judy Kuhn - Pocahontas (singing voice)
Mel Gibson - John Smith
David Ogden Stiers - Governor Ratcliffe / Wiggins
John Kassir - Meeko
Russell Means - Powhatan
Christian Bale - Thomas
Linda Hunt - Grandmother Willow



DVD Extras:My ThoughtsMy Rating



(From Critter's Animated Film/Anime Marathon on December 8th, 2009)

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Tom's Random TV Episodes Reviews, a review by Tom


South Park
2.13 Elementary School Musical

After watching the High School Musical trilogy over the last few days, I thought I would conclude it with the South Park parody. It's fun to watch. It makes fun of the hype around the trilogy and of the movies themselves.

Rating:

(From Tom's Random TV Episodes Reviews on June 10th, 2011)