So it was typically what the movie wants to tell -to have Courage and be Kind, and a little bit of magic too! And everything went properly the way we expect it to be.
Though I kind of forgot how the usual Cinderelly Welly Story goes as it usually does, a princess to a father yet a peasant to her step-mother, who wants to be called Madame with not so witty definitely stupid two step sissies.
I actually laughed, cried, and unexpectedly amazed with how they incorporated every bit of what modernity we have to an old story classic movie. The actress brought charm, joy and both courage and kindness properly, though I was constantly bothered by how big the prince’s todger was and I kind of had my eyes locked unto it every time I see him wear those white fitted old European style chinos or pants. I won’t bother Googling how you call it, I mean what I want to say is the movie’s for kids, and young at hearts too like me, they didn’t really want to remind me that I’m suppose to get old and not enjoy the feeling of being young again, do they?
And Cinderella kept on biting her lower lip too. She didn’t do that when she was animated, did she? I believe those were some flaws they need to reconsider, I wanted to concentrate on the story that will usually bring out the young golden days of my life and that’s when I used to enjoy fairy tale movies. Every second will make you slow your breath down and you’ll be so into the movie that you’ll actually forget you have a life to live. Or should I be alarmed that society has inflicted the best Green Jokes I could ever think of?
The movie ended with a marriage and it was as it is, happily ever after. I know Disney’s producers are trying to relive the days of before, and they’re doing a very good job. I never really expected that much out of this movie but they were able to satisfy what you should expect of A Movie. It’s just a movie and that’s it, that’s all what I can say about it. But I can’t take it off my mind that they did the movie just like as if submitting a requirement to pass school.
Maybe I wasn’t just in the mood to watch a movie since I ate brunch while watching it. I hope I’m being kind in my contention since I do have enough courage to express it this time. I love it, or more like I like it. I didn’t hear the smiles of movie-goers once the credits were played, I smiled though since the Best Story for a princess in the world just ended right on in front of my face. It was a whole new experience, but I wasn’t able to reminisce anything from my childhood. Maybe I guess the director wanted to make a whole kind of different experience for the youth born from the 90’s. I never expected something, what I feel right now is that I want to have more. I wished they could have done more, it’s my greatest story ever told and it was just as that, no epilogue, no future someday or what, it was just Cinderella, simple, kind and innocently young.
But it was well enough for me not to forget what it wants to tell, don’t worry Cinderella, I’ll have both Kindness and Courage in life, no matter what it becomes of me.