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Cinderella II: Dreams Come True

Cinderella II: Dreams Come True

John Kafka (2002)

70min
U Certificate
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Review

Our Score
Disney's made-for-video sequel to the 1950 classic takes over where its predecessor finished, with Cinders finding it hard adjusting to her new life as a princess. The main pleasure, as before, comes from lovable mice Gus and Jaq, who write a storybook that creates the film's three short segments. The first and best sees Cinderella adding the common touch to her royal status, but the other two (Jaq gaining human form, a romance for one of Cinders' ugly sisters) possess little charm or imagination. Ultimately, despite a couple of cute moments, the ordinary animation and terrible tunes suggest that Disney should have quit at the original fairy tale ending.

Summary

Animated fairytale anthology, featuring three stories following the princess in the early days of her marriage. Cinderella struggles to fit in with the aristocracy and tries to teach one of her step-sisters to smile. Meanwhile, her mouse friend Jaq wishes he could be human. With the voices of Jennifer Hale and Christopher Daniel Barnes.

Cast & Crew

Cinderella Jennifer Hale
Prince Charming Christopher Daniel Barnes
Jaq/Various characters Rob Paulsen
Anastasia Tress MacNeille
Gus/Various characters Corey Burton
Prudence Holland Taylor
Lady Tremaine Susanne Blakeslee
The King Andre Stojka
Director John Kafka
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Available on: Available on video and DVD

Childrens Drama

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