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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.

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

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(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.


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