See more » The best part of the movie for me was some of the witty dialogue between the two leads. Angie- "I feel like I don't fit in here" Nicholas- "That is precisely what makes you stand out" These moments were thought provoking and provided depth to the characters. Another nice feature was a Christmas stocking where the characters would put things that were only of value to them.
Great stuff that really helped to identify with the characters in the story. A cool friend with cool language to give some humor to what Nicholas was feeling.
(Which still seems like a nightmare to wear.)The "cinder" element essentially came from Perrault, too.
Since our heroine awoke every morning covered in ash from the fire, she was given the nickname by her terrible family. ), and Cinderella's DIY dress being ripped apart by her stepsisters — who, in Perrault's world, go on to marry lords after apologizing for being the worst.
Said royal also has a flair for finding and fitting footwear, and to meet him in the first place, Cinderella relies on magic. (Including the version in which Cinderella is forced to eat her own toe.)Of course, there are reportedly 345 to 1500 versions of in rotation, so we've only had the chance to explore a small part of the fairy tale's legacy.
That being said, we stepped out of our pumpkin-coach confines to bring you some of the most famous versions that you might not be familiar with.
has come a long way from its origins as a tale about persecution and the dangers of systemic oppression.
Dating back to the first century, what was once a story about a Greek slave girl becoming an Egyptian queen has evolved into something much more magical, romantic, and ultimately supernatural.
Oh yes- Lesley-Anne Down with an English accent (we saw her 30 years ago as Madelaine on North and South mini-series)With all this good- why not a ten?
The cousin Candace part did not add to the story- it may have been good for a few laughs.
she has extra ones because she tends to lose them so often!