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Plot: Jacques and Gus tell the story of how Cinderella becomes a princess but loses touch with herself. Runtime: 73 mins Release Date: 25 Feb 2002
Great for your kids - family friendly, nothing scary - what I like in a kids' film (by dannimom)
Many people have commented that this movie was nowhere near as good as the first. Well, maybe it isn't - to you. However, how does your child react to it? Well, mine loved it more than the first.Disney movies of the past can sometimes be a little harsh for little kids. For example - Bambi's mother getting shot. This movie was really great for my sensitive little girl who likes humor and happy endings.If you want to be snobby about what should be Disney's standards based on the past - skip this movie. If you have a sweet little girl or soft-hearted little boy you really want to <more>
please, buy this movie and treat your small children. This film is great as a bedtime movie for happy dreams instead of nightmares. I'm happy with a movie that pleases my kid & doesn't need to impress the parents all the time.
A very cute and funny sequel for everyone to enjoy (by ja_kitty_71)
I was shocked and surprised by the negative reviews I saw on the web. I thought Cinderella 2 as well as 3 is a very cute and funny sequel for everyone to enjoy: kids and adults like me; I am 22 years old.I also found it a very informative film, it shows lessons on being true to yourself and following your heart. I thought it has great animation. And I thought the voice casting was very good; the songs performed by Brooke Allison too. Since this film has been divided into three flashbacks/stories, my favorite out of the three, is the story of when Jaq the mouse, became a human for a day - <more>
I know that a lot of people dislike this film, but i LOVED it. I know that you'll disagree, but let me tell you why I like it:I have fond memories of this film as a younger kid and I loved watching it every time. And I like the morals of each story:Cinderella's Story: Be who YOU are, not someone else. Don't let others tell you you cannot be yourself.Jaq's story: You should be proud of who you are, not what you are. You're helpful in your own way.Anastasia's story: People can change for the better. Some will, some won't. Say what you say, but I still love it. What I <more>
liked: -Mary Mouse. I found it nice how they added a main FEMALE mouse. And I ship Jaq and Mary so much. -Jaq stopping the elephant. Jaq's bravest hour. And the elephant flinging the king into the air and onto the Ferris Wheel still has me laughing every time. Disagree if you want, but his response after the whole ordeal is priceless. The guy was on a wild ride on a rampaging elephant and all he can say is how he can see his castle. -Jaq/Sir Hugh accidentally scaring Gus, Mary, and the mice. That still has me howling every time. -Jaq and Mary's kiss es . So cute. -Grand Duke and Prudence scaring the king from his nap. The way he falls over in reaction is good for a chuckle. Anastasia and the baker. It's nice how Anastasia decides to be with someone who isn't rich, but does have a nice heart.What I disliked: -Not enough screen time for Prince Charming. It just would've been nice, that's all.That's all I can pretty much say. I know a bunch of you may dislike it, but I love it. It gives me lots of sweet, laughable, and touching memories, and good sequel in my heart. Hate me if you will, but like the last one, I give this a 10/10.
As an adult I really did enjoy this one. I watched it with my 2 granddaughters and the 3 1/2 year old was fascinated and the 15 month old giggled at the mice.The music is fun and the animation is wonderful. This sequel does what Return to Neverland didn't accomplish. A good follow-up to the Cinderella story; but what becomes of Drusilla? Another sequel? I hope so!
Don't see anything wrong with it... (by joey-ponce5)
Well, as much of a movie watcher, I myself wouldn't say I'm much of a fan for prequels, midquels, and sequels, since most of them don't turn out well as the original. We all know Disney hit rock bottom when it came to making additions to some of their greatest films. A majority of them were either a hit or miss, and some were just pointless to begin with.However, when I came across this film, I found it as something still enjoyable. I really loved the concepts and ideas Disney implanted throughout the making of this movie. To me, it added a little more variety to the Cinderella <more>
franchise. I'll start off with the first story in this.Basically this is Cinderella's first time in a castle. The intendants and personnel try to teach her on how to be a princess and prepare a banquet they believe is the right way. Unfortunately, Cinderella's so acclimated to living the same lifestyle she did with her cruel stepmother and sisters that she's dissatisfied with the way the traditions are run. Rather than following the usual traditions around the palace, Cinderella decides to organize the upcoming party in her own way rather than intended. Not only does this display Cinderella's great responsibility, but this story also shows how diversifying things can benefit for the better.The second story possibly the most interesting for me, or the third for that case. This was probably the first time I've ever seen Disney focus on a minor character, let alone giving him more development. Jaq is fed up of living the life as a mouse in a castle that he wishes to be a human. The Fairy Godmother does of course grant his wish, but much to his dismay, Jaq isn't pleased with it. It doesn't stop Pom Pom from chasing Jaq around and none of his former mice friends even recognize him. He then wishes to return to his old life in the end. Taking something you really desire for granted might not always bring you happiness.Now, for the finale. This story's importance rivaled that of the second's, IMO, as it also gave more development to a minor character. Anastasia falling in love with a kind and common baker shows how little freedom she has to make her own choices in life when her mother Lady Tremaine and older sister Drizella disprove and berate her of this. Even with Anastasia's past hostility towards her, Cinderella's generous enough to help her stepsister overcome the barrier placed in front of her.I feel like a lot of viewers missed out on the importance these three segments of the movie served. This movie may not've been the best sequel Disney made during the time they went downhill for 10 years, but it's certainly not the worst. Some younger and even older audiences should find this still to be entertaining and enjoyable.9/10
Jaq & Gus are the true stars of this worthy sequel. (by Cylex)
Although Cinderella isn't the obvious choice for a sequel I love Jaq and Gus so I didn't hesitate. The format of the mice writing a book for Cinderella was an inspired one. I enjoy writing stories myself and hope children will be encouraged by this. The three stories are cute & amusing, although the songs were forgettable. Jaq and Gus were my favourite characters but I also enjoyed seeing Lucifer, Bruno, the Mice Chorus and all the rest. Pom Pom proved the perfect companion for Lucifer and I liked the Governess. A sequel done right for a change. My rating 8/10.
The return of the real magic (by insul)
Just after I saw the movie, the true magic feeling of the Walt Disney movies came up in me and I realized me that it was a long time ago that I saw the 'real' magic in a movie.The combination of the right music, speeches and magical effects brings the Disney feeling again into your body. Very special things I saw where the not-knowing effects in the movie, started with the disney logo transforming into the Cinderella castle and ended as an old-story telling fairytale with your grandparents.The magic has returned in me. I rate this movie 8 out of 10.
Not the best Cinderella film, but somewhat better than expected (by Stompgal_87)
I remember when this film originally came out on video and DVD way back in 2002 and I was sceptical about it since I found it somewhat unnecessary and thought it wouldn't be as good as the original. Upon re-discovering it , thanks to the Nostalgia Chick, I decided to give it a go when purchasing it along with the other two Cinderella films in a box set.The animation is as good as that in 'Return to Neverland' and the colours are bright, but some of the music is pretty forgettable compared to the memorable songs in the original apart from the re-workings of 'Bibbidy, Bobbidy <more>
Boo' and 'It's What's Inside That Counts' where its lyrics match the animation quite well, particularly, "You got me in a spin" that plays as Lucifer spins around. I also find the pace of this film more consistent than that in the original and I found it interesting to have three stories rolled into one. In the first one, Cinderella has to get used to being a princess and host a party with her own special touches. I found this segment decent. The second story where Jaq the mouse turns into a human is comical, but the fairground is somewhat anachronistic for the film's setting and the Fairy Godmother's suggestion of elephants being afraid of mice is clichéd because in reality, elephants are not afraid of mice and I've seen that cliché in previous works of animation, such as two of the 'Tom and Jerry' cartoons from the 1960s. The final story revolves around Anastasia who understandably gets less screen time in this film compared to the first and third ones as she falls for a common baker, much to the disapproval of Lady Tremaine and Drizella and this is personally my favourite story in the whole film. I also like the inter-cut antics of the mice making the book, especially the repeated gag of one of the female mice drawing on the paper when two male mice cut it with a pair of scissors in a similar manner to the gag in the dressmaking scene in the original and the paints, scissors etc going haywire. The other positive point of this film is that the Fairy Godmother gets more screen time and I am pleased with this because she's a gentle supporting character throughout the trilogy. Pom Pom is a beautiful and rather comedic side character as well who sadly only appears in this film. In addition, the voice acting is impeccable especially from the mice , although Cinderella in this film sounded almost like Ms Keane in 'The Powerpuff Girls' which is forgivable since Jennifer Hale voices them both .All in all, this isn't the best film in the 'Cinderella' franchise but it was watchable nonetheless. 8/10.