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A cinderella story

A cinderella story

A cinderella story

In this new story "A cinderella story" the girl's father is a lumberjack the girl cruelly made fun of. She doesn't understand this until she finds out that the lumberjack has given up his life to protect her village because he says she's so beautiful. They are now forced to work together in order to survive. They live in a village where it is always raining.A Cinderella Story is a 2004 American teen romantic comedy film directed by Mark Rosman, written by Leigh Dunlap and starring Hilary Duff, Chad Michael Murray, Jennifer Coolidge, and Regina King. A modernization of the classic Cinderella folklore, the film's plot revolves around two internet pen pals who plan to meet in person at their high school's Halloween dance. “A Cinderella Story” (2004) combines the timeless plot of the classic fairy tale with all of the drama of high school. Although there have been several other reboots since then, “A Cinderella Story” remains the most impressive because of its lasting relevance, fantastic take on the wholesome children’s story and superb soundtrack that is brimming with nostalgic tunes. It not only encapsulates the early 2000’s era of teen romantic comedies with ease — the performances and plot make it arguably one of the best representatives of the era.

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A Cinderella Story is a 2004 American teen romantic comedy film directed by Mark Rosman, written by Leigh Dunlap and starring Hilary Duff, Chad Michael Murray, Jennifer Coolidge, and Regina King. A modernization of the classic Cinderella folklore, the film's plot revolves around two internet pen pals who plan to meet in person at their high school's Halloween dance. Although A Cinderella Story is your typical "chick flick", it was not nearly as bad as it may seem. Hilary Duff makes a good attempt at acting. Although she is always portrayed as the victim of society, it is pretty much reality for a lot of teenagers today. The snotty cheerleader, the football team captain, and of course the evil stepmother and stepsisters, seem quite far from reality. However the movie is not completely far-fetched as one would think, every high school has the snotty cheerleader, the football captain, etc. no matter what part of the country you go to. Jennifer Coolidge was a great choice for the evil stepmother; she played the part really well, making the plot of the movie somewhat believable. Parents need to know that this story is set in motion when an earthquake kills the young heroine's father. The filmmakers keep it short, simple, and, off-camera except for some shaking in the little girl's bedroom. Though exaggerated, outlandish, and meant to be funny, Sam's evil stepmother and stepsisters are mean and insulting to her -- some very young or sensitive kids could be disturbed by their behavior. Cartoonish action includes lots of clumsy falls, a careening car, and some stepsister brawls. There's a bit of mild profanity ("hell," "damn," "fart," "butt"), some sexual innuendo, along with some low-cut stepmother and stepsister outfits, and a few big-breast and breast-implant jokes. A girl chats with a stranger online, shares personal information, and plans to meet this person; parents may want to remind kids why this is dangerous behavior.

Parents need to know that this story is set in motion when an earthquake kills the young heroine's father. The filmmakers keep it short, simple, and, off-camera except for some shaking in the little girl's bedroom. Though exaggerated, outlandish, and meant to be funny, Sam's evil stepmother and stepsisters are mean and insulting to her -- some very young or sensitive kids could be disturbed by their behavior. Cartoonish action includes lots of clumsy falls, a careening car, and some stepsister brawls. There's a bit of mild profanity ("hell," "damn," "fart," "butt"), some sexual innuendo, along with some low-cut stepmother and stepsister outfits, and a few big-breast and breast-implant jokes. A girl chats with a stranger online, shares personal information, and plans to meet this person; parents may want to remind kids why this is dangerous behavior. In this Cinderella update, high school senior Sam (Hilary Duff) lives in the San Fernando Valley with her mean stepmother, Fiona (Jennifer Coolidge) and stepsisters. After Sam's adored father was killed in an earthquake, Fiona made her sleep in the attic and work in the family business, a diner. Sam dreams of going to Princeton but needs Fiona to pay for it, so she follows orders and takes verbal abuse. Sam gets support from diner manager Rhonda (Regina King) and best friend Carter (Dan Byrd). And she has an online relationship with a boy she meets in a chatroom for Princeton hopefuls, unaware that he's Austin Ames, student body president and star quarterback. He does not know she is "Diner Girl" Sam, so unworthy of notice that she is all but invisible except when the cool kids make fun of her. Sam's secret email pal invites her to meet him on the dance floor at 11, at the Halloween dance. And so begins a magical story about Sam's magical encounter with the prince of her dreams in which she leaves behind ... her cell phone. (Source: www.commonsensemedia.org)

 

 

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