Wednesday, April 1, 2015

A Review of Kenneth Branagh's "Cinderella."

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There is one moment towards the end where the evil stepmother (Cate Blanchett) is confronted by Cinderella (Lily James, who is pretty and bland) about why she is evil. This is a really great moment, where Blanchett shows a hard edge and some more sinister undertones come to light. One realizes how there could have been a lot that was explored in this movie, and much potential was wasted. Except for this moment, the movie is primarily pretty and bland.

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Mr. Branagh, why do you do the things that you do?

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Did you see the film? Do you agree? Disagree? Think there's something I missed. Leave a comment below!

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