Enchanting and enthralling adaption of a classic fairy tale.
Walt Disney's CINDERELLA takes a story everybody's familiar with and
embellishes it with humor and suspense, while retaining the tale's
charm. Disney's artists provide the film with an appealing storybook look
that emanates delectable fairy tale atmosphere. It is beautifully, if
conventionally, animated; the highlight being the captivating scene where
the Fairy Godmother transforms a pumpkin into a majestic coach and
Cinderella's rags to a gorgeous gown. Mack David, Al Hoffman, and Jerry
Livingston provide lovely songs like "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes"
and "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" that enhance both the scenario and the
Even though CINDERELLA's story is predictable, it provides such thrilling
melodrama that one shares the concerns and anxieties of the titular
and her animal friends. Both the wicked stepmother and her dreadful cat
Lucifer present a formidable menace that threatens the dreams and
aspirations of Cinderella and the mice. It is this menace that provides
story with a strong conflict that holds the viewers' interest. The film's
suspense, however, is nicely balanced by a serene sweetness, especially in
the musical numbers. It is in these segments that reveal the appealing
personalities of Cinderella and her friends, moving the viewers to care
them. Overall, Walt Disney's CINDERELLA is wonderful family entertainment
that has held up remarkably well after half a century..
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Cindrella is a fairy tale which children love to hear and see. It educates the children in a playful manner.
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I guess Disney really, really, REALLY needs money.
We watched this on "The Wonderful World of Disney" on ABC last night, and I
came to the conclusion that things must be tighter there at "the Mouse" than
Since this movie only runs 74 minutes, and they had to pad it out to 2 hours
of broadcast television time, they had, and I'm not making this up,
commercial breaks that lasted 6 to 7 minutes. And during these commercial
breaks, they had another advertisement in the guise of a "TV show" hosted by
the oh-so-annoying Kelly Rippa that loudly proclaimed the magical wonders of
"Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True".
Again and again, break after break, Disney took time out of the real movie
to tell us, the loyal viewers, that we needed to get a copy of the sequel.
Thank you, Disney, for doing us the service of creating a sequel to your
beloved gem of a movie.
Anyway, all this commercialism and cash-register-ringing made it a difficult
task to get into the actual movie of "Cinderella", because by the time the
commercials were over, I had forgotten where the story had left
But of course, the original "Cinderella" still maintains its magic, and the
story is still a good one, though we've all seen it countless times. It's a
shame they had to cheapen it with all the marketing for what looks to be a