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Happily N'Ever After (2007)

Happily N'Ever After

Overview


Genre

Animation, Comedy, Family

Release Date

January 05, 2007

Studio

Lions Gate Films

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  3 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Paul J. Bolger

Producer

John H. Williams

Screenwriter

Robert Moreland

Starring

Story


From John H. Williams (Oscar winning producer of both the billion dollar box office hit "Shrek" and "Valiant"), BAF Berlin Animation Film and BFC Berliner Film Companie comes an exciting new animated feature for the whole family.

Inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers Fairy Tales (the second best-selling book in the world, after the Bible), this feature CGI comedy explores what would happen if the balance of good and evil were set out of whack in Fairy Tale Land.

Tired of the status quo, an unholy alliance of bad guys led by Frieda, Cinderella's evil stepmother, takes on the good guys. Cinderella (aka Ella) starts out as a damsel in distress (your typical Prince dreamer), but when her own fairy tale takes a radical left turn she is forced to form and eventually lead a resistance group without her Prince Charming.

Set against a backdrop of fractured fairy tales spinning wildly out of control, Ella and her unknown true love Rick, the palace dishwasher, ultimately must choose their own destinies in a world of happy endings gone wrong.

The race for control of the kingdom is on, and the power mad Frieda, fuelled by a total disdain for goodness, is set to change the age-old storyline to "Happily N'Ever After"!

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..pushes some really obnoxious viewpoints in the absence of song-and-dance numbers and belligerent pop references...”
by Ed Gonzalez [Slant Magazine]
“..a pale, B-movie variation of the far-superior Shrek films..”
by Jack Garner [The Arizona Republic]
“..the romance between Ella and Rick never quite gets off the ground..”
by Alex Chun [Los Angeles Times]