Cinderella II: Dreams Come True

2002
5| 1h14m| G| en
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As a newly crowned princess, Cinderella quickly learns that life at the Palace - and her royal responsibilities - are more challenging than she had imagined. In three heartwarming tales, Cinderella calls on her animal friends and her Fairy Godmother to help as she brings her own grace and charm to her regal role and discovers that being true to yourself is the best way to make your dreams come true.

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Platicsco Good story, Not enough for a whole film
KnotStronger This is a must-see and one of the best documentaries - and films - of this year.
Derrick Gibbons An old-fashioned movie made with new-fashioned finesse.
Nicole I enjoyed watching this film and would recommend other to give it a try , (as I am) but this movie, although enjoyable to watch due to the better than average acting fails to add anything new to its storyline that is all too familiar to these types of movies.
Eric Stevenson I knew I'd have to deal with the direct to video Disney sequels this month, but honestly they're probably no worse than most of the other direct to video movies here. This movie is divided into three parts and that probably makes it all the more pointless. The first part is probably the worst as it just has Cinderella adjust to life as a princess. It's boring and serves no purpose. Most of these stories make no sense at all. In the second one, Jaq is turned into a human. Jaq even flat out requests that the story not be told because of how boring it is. Even he hates this movie! He has to stop an elephant, so he's turned back into a mouse because elephants are afraid of mice.Uh...if elephants are afraid of mice, wouldn't that just make the elephant more agitated? In the final part, Cinderella tries to get Anastasia a boyfriend. There's this one scene where she thinks her boyfriend has found someone else and she leaves. Why is this confusion never brought up again? Also, the mice make two cats fall in love. The female cat gets covered in water which makes her reject the other cat for absolutely no reason. I do like the idea of Cinderella helping her stepsisters. The Cinderella films, whether they be animated or live-action have given us great entertainment and this is the worst of their kind. *1/2
flyingamon Cinderella II shows the life of Cinderella and the mice in the castle in three small stories. Although each story is certainly not bad it maybe had been better if they had made it into one big story. The second story where mouse Jaq becomes human because of the fairy godmother's spell seems a bit out of place not contributing to the characters' development. It would suit more as an episode of a Cinderella TV show. The best story is the last one where Anastasia (Cinderella's stepsister) falls in love with the town's baker. She also makes friendship with Cinderella meaning that she was not as mean as the original movie portrayed her. I think the score on this one is too low. It's entertaining but as a sequel it falls flat. Thank God they made a third movie where they got things right. The inclusion of the white cat Pon-Pon as the mice new nemesis was very nice nevertheless.
lilmufasa2 I'll just put it out here, that was the Worst sequel to a classic Disney film I've EVER seen. In 1950, Disney released what I hail as one of his greatest films of all time. Now Take away the great songs, add a poor plot that resembles that of a lost TV show. "Put it together and what do you get?" the biggest load of Crud I've ever seen. After i saw this, I thought it was all over for Disney. Cinderella should've ended with, "and they lived happily ever after." not this garbage. This film did not deserve a sequel like this. I thought it would be like "A twist in time" which was moderate but better than this. Also, What do we care of Anastasia? She switched sides like Iago did, but it didn't help anyone.
jonathanwr I've always thought that Cinderella II was the worst movie I've ever seen, (followed by Peter Pan 2, and some other sequels like The Lion King 2 and the Hunchback of Notre Dame 2). All these movies are made with the same idea; because the movie has no plot, they try to make up for that by filling it with jokes. I'm not saying the jokes are bad, but they make up most of the movie. The first time I saw the movie, I would have given it a 1/10. But now I think about it, most kids don't care how good the original movie was, they just care that the movie is entertaining. I still think the movie was a bad sequel, but that doesn't mean it's horrible. Now I think it deserves a 3/10.