Ever After: A Cinderella Story | Full Movie
Ever After: A Cinderella Story
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A "modern" young woman of the 16th century, Danielle (Barrymore) is as independent and wise as she is beautiful and kind. Against remarkable odds, she stands up to her scheming stepmother (Huston) and works miracles on the lives of everyone around her, including the crown prince of France (Dougray Scott)!Now you can relive this captivating, contemporary retelling of the classic fairytale.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Ever After is a sweet, frothy twist on the ancient fable, led by a solid turn from star Barrymore.
The script by Susannah Grant, Rick Parks and director Andy Tennant successfully maintains the stor...
June 21, 2017
Given that this is adolescent romance, never straying far from traditional stereotypes, its 'progr...
June 21, 2017
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June 17, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Charming take on Cinderella tale has strong heroine.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Ever After is a version of the Cinderella story that's darker than Disney's. It doesn't shy away from the nastiness that pervades the relationship between the stepmother and Cinderella (here known as Danielle). But it's also far more inspiring and empowering. Though Danielle is in dire straits, she isn't in desperate need of rescuing and is actually the one who stands up for others' rights. Younger kids may be disturbed by some characters' excessive, non-cartoonish meanness, but much of that is mitigated by the great storytelling and sweet romance, which tweens and older will enjoy. Expect some fistfights and swordplay, a sad on-screen death, plus some language ("horses--t" and some muttered, hard-to-hear "f--k"s, which were edited out of the PG-rated version that was released on VHS but remain in the PG-13 version that was released theatrically and on DVD).
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- Genre:Drama, Romance, Comedy, Chick Flick
- Release Date:August 7, 1998
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD