The kingdom of Atlantica where music is forbidden, the youngest daughter of King Triton, named Ariel, discovers her love to an underground music club and sets off to a daring adventure to bring restoration of music back to Atlantica.
Samuel E. Wright,
Lady Tremaine gets her hands on the Fairy Godmother's wand, then turns back time to the day Cinderella tried on the glass slipper. She enlarges the slipper to fit one of the stepsisters, Anastasia, then erases Prince Charming's memories of meeting Cinderella. Now, Cinderella must foil Lady Tremaine's scheme and win back her prince. Written by
This was Disney Australia's final feature. The studio was closed and equipment auctioned off once Cinderella III: A Twist in Time (2007) production completed in July 2006. Unlike the previous sequel, Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (2002), which was mostly made in Japan (that studio also closed shortly after completion of the second film), the third film's animators were given meticulous model sheets and extensive live-action sequences for animation reference. See more »
After Anastasia admires the engagement ring, it disappears and doesn't reappear on her finger throughout the movie. See more »
In the first part of the credits, a series of wall-hung portraits of the movie's characters are shown. One is a (deliberately anachronistc) photo-reel of Cinderella and the prince "mugging" for pictures like people do in photo booths at Walt Disney theme parks. At least two of the portraits spoof iconic paintings: the Grand Duke poses as Edvard Munch's Skrik (aka Der Schrei der Natur/The Scream/The Cry), and Gus-Gus poses as Thomas Gainsborough's Blue Boy. See more »
'Cinderella 3: A Twist In Time' Reminds Us How Good 'Disney' Can Be!
When it comes to Disney sequels, most people say that they're not happy with them. Either the characters are too different, the animation isn't good, or basically some feel that the originals shouldn't have a continuation. See, I'm one of those Disney fans that seems to enjoy all Disney movies, classic or sequel. However, I believe all the originals are better than the sequels when it comes to Disney classics- EXCEPT for when it comes to Cinderella.
Don't get me wrong, I loved the original- I mean, it IS a classic. And I'm not saying it isn't good. But in my opinion, this sequel is simply better.
'Cinderella 3: A Twist In Time'is a heartwarming tale that teaches many lessons to both young and old. One main message that seems to stand out, is that not even magic can conquer true love. Another good thing about this film, is not only the stunning animation, but the development of certain characters- specifically Prince Charming, Anastasia, and even Cinderella herself. And instead of Cinderella simply getting everything without working for it, like it is in the original, she actually has to WORK for her dreams to come true in this sequel. Everything doesn't just 'fall into place', which is a strong point for the film. Plus, the story in general is original and clever. I mean, turning back time, and making everything go wrong for Cinderella using magic and more? Makes for a lot of fun, for both the young, and the young at heart.
Please, before you judge this movie, and say you refuse to watch it because it's another 'unnneccesary sequel', give it a chance and watch it. I can almost guarantee you will somewhat enjoy this movie, if not all-around love it as I do. This sequel is 100% better than the horror that was "Cinderella 2: Dreams Come True". This film is a story of love, determination, and the good in (almost) everyone. I HIGHLY recommend this movie, and I believe those who enjoy suspense and good fun in a Disney movie, will thoroughly enjoy the film.
'Cinderella 3: A Twist In Time" gets Two Huge Thumbs Up from me.
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