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Cinderella's Revenge

Cinderella's Revenge

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Cinderella wanted to cry, her face buried into the palms of her hands. Then, she glanced up from them.

Contains a funny story told through 33 cut-scenes. Experience Cinderella's story and find out what here connections to Snow White and Pinocchio are. Launching her career with her turn in the sci-fi thriller Species, Henstridge is also known for turns in films like The Whole Nine Yards, Ghosts of Mars and The Whole Ten Yards. Among her TV credits are Eli Stone, She Spies and Diggstown. Though, the dark expression lingering on Cinderella’s face was enough to intrigue him. From being terrified of him during their first encounter, well, she did have a few reasons to be fearful. One, he ate her fellow mice companion. At first, he thought he was doing her a favour by getting rid of those little pests. Instead, she cried for days and stayed in bed. Sure, her repugnant and evil stepmother, followed by her two stepsisters made her life a living hell and made her want to end her life on multiple occasions. But still, her stepmother did not need to be consumed by Sukuna. Therefore, it would be better to teach her a lesson or two. However, knowing Sukuna, the lessons taught would result in death and murder.

Kenneth Branagh’s live-action remake of Walt Disney’s Cinderella left little room for censure. It was enchanting, magical and completely traditional. Screenwriter Chris Weitz remained faithful to both Disney’s 1950 animated classic and Charles Perrualt’s version of Cendrillon; or The Little Glass Slipper. This new Cinderella was hugely popular with critics and fans alike. As such, there was a handful of critics who were clearly outraged by a traditional fairy tale being successful. While voicing the usual complaints about sexism, some critics, at a loss to find any real fault with the film, sniped that Cinderella was too ‘wimpy’. Ah, yes. Her fairy godmother happened to fall into the bottomless pit of whatever lay in Sukuna’s stomach. Cinderella did not know how she ended up there or how Sukuna found her, whichever came first did not change the course of the situation. But, she somehow found out about it unintentionally when she stumbled upon Sukuna hunched over. His hands rummaged through what looked like human flesh or what remained of the human. Her eyes widened when she saw the familiar indigo-blue robe tossed to the side, stained with dried-up patches of blood.

Naturally, this all seems absolutely ridiculous. But if the writers and directors have fun with either of these movies, there is some fun to be had with this concept. It really makes you wonder how they’re going to work Jaq, Gus, and Lucifer into this. Tatar, Maria (ed.) The Classic Fairy Tales, A Norton Critical Edition, W.W. Norton & Company, 1999, pp.108 ↩People wanted scenes where the stepmother was definitively stripped of her wealth and seen begging on the streets. It was interesting to see audiences split along lines on an ending that celebrated forgiveness or in punishment, retribution and revenge. The stepmother and the two haughty sisters were horrified and became pale, but the prince led Cinderella away. He helped her into the carriage, and as they drove off through the gate, the pigeons called out: Pullman, Philip, Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm: A New English Version, pp. 207, Viking Penguin 2012 ↩ Are you interested in seeing fairy tales turned into horror movies? Does Cinderella’s Revenge sound interesting to you? Share your thoughts on this one by leaving a comment below.



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