The Swan Princess: A Royal Wedding

The Swan Princess: A Royal Wedding
The Swan Princess: A Royal Wedding
The Swan Princess: A Royal Wedding
  • G
  • 1h 22m
  • 2020
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Join Princess Odette, Prince Derek and their royal friends as they set sail for another magical adventure in the enchanted land of Cathay! Princess Odette has been called by the beautiful Princess Mei Li who is planning to marry her one true love, Chen. Upon Odette’s arrival she quickly discovers that everything is not as it should be. And not everyone is WHO they should be! The evil sorceress Fang has once again cast an evil spell, launching a plan to marry Chen herself. With the wedding quickly approaching it is up to Princess Odette and friends to break the curse and ensure Princess Mei Li and Chen can live happily ever after.
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Common Sense Says
Chinese-inspired tale has positive messages, mild scares.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that The Swan Princess: A Royal Wedding continues the franchise with a sweet tale full of adventure in an attractive setting. The small kingdom of "Cathay," a name historically used by Europeans for China, draws from ancient real-life Chinese customs to make the fictional culture feel as magical as the Swan Princess herself. Kids will get a kick out of the humor, which is used to soften scarier moments. An evil sorceress, for instance, gives herself laughable pep talks and props after each nasty deed. Among her scarier actions are when she uses her powers and laser-beam eyes to turn a young princess into an old woman on the verge of death, transform herself into a fire-breathing snake, and destroy a bridge two characters are about to run across. Another fright comes when a spider spits webs around two characters in order to trap (and presumably kill) them, but the scene is resolved quickly, and the characters are saved. Two characters who are engaged to be married share several kisses. The princesses are drawn in a way that could be seen as promoting an unrealistic body type/image.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Fantasy
  • Release Date:August 3, 2020
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
  • Screen Pass Eligible:No
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