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The story of Cinderella has been reproduced on screen time and again. The hype surrounding the fairy tale doesn’t seem to die down just yet. Ever since Walt Disney released the animated ‘Cinderella’ in 1950, we’ve had 1997’s ‘Cinderella’ (with Brandy), ‘Ever After’ (with Drew Barrymore), ‘Ella Enchanted’ (Anne Hathaway), ‘ A Cinderella Story” (Hillary). Duff), “Another Cinderella Story” (Selena Gomez) and 2015’s “Cinderella” with Lily James, and more.
- Director: Kay Cannon
- Cast: Camila Cabello, Idina Menzel, Nicholas Galitzine, Minnie Driver, Pierce
- Brosnan, Billy Porter, James Corden, James Acaster, Romesh Ragannathan
- Genre: Fantasy musical
- Country/Language: USA,UK / English
- Duration: 1 hr 53 min
- Release date: September 3, 2021
And now, Amazon Prime has jumped on the bandwagon with the number umpteenth ‘Cinderella’. The lead singer is Camila Cabello, best known for her hits “Havana” and “Senorita”, and a former member of Fifth Harmony. Director and screenwriter’s canon (of comedy ‘blockers’).
A Gen Z- take on the classic story by incorporating re-recorded versions of “Cinderella” pop songs, Tik-Tok-style dances, a self-deprecatingly conscious humour, and a chronological setting la “A Night’s Tale” (2001). Puts a friendly spin. and ‘Ella Enchanted’ (2004).
The songs included in the film are classics such as Madonna’s “Material Girl” and Queen’s “Somebody to Love”, and modern chart hits such as Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect”. Except for “Seven Nation Army” by The White Stripes, all the cover songs sung by the cast are, at best, sleepy and, at worst, jarring. The dance choreography is also not memorable but can be fun for some TikTok users.
On a brighter note, the stepmother and half-sisters (played by Idina Menzel, Maddie Ballio and Charlotte Spencer), who are often given the two-pronged treatment in the ‘Cinderella’ adaptation, are treated with more nuance in Ko’s version of the canon. is done. Half-sisters are mean but not malicious. Their motive for getting married is not bad but misunderstood and is the result of a patriarchal society.
Sure, stepmother Vivian takes Cinderella away from home like every other version, but at the hands of Idina Menzel (“Frozen”), Vivian is simply an overwhelmed and misguided widow. Menzel is probably the best thing about this filthy project. When she sings passionately and then breaks down on her piano (which she hasn’t touched in years), she begins to play it terribly. His fingers work wonders on their own, but as the music progresses, the former pianist becomes frustrated until he suddenly stops and cries. Menzel almost single-handedly makes this annoying music watchable only for this scene. This is a rare moment of sadness and depth in an otherwise superficial film.
Nicholas Galitzin portrays the handsome prince Robert as a hebo. Naive and not-so-bright, Shahi is also kind and Galitzine sings well.
The CGI Rats, who are Cinderella’s friends from her basement, are adorable and funny. British comedians James Ekster, Romesh Ragnathan and James Corden (also producers) make some funny jokes as rats, but they are ultimately not used. His best view is nothing more than waiting for Cinderella outside the palace, which lasts only a few minutes. It’s a shame as Ekster and Ragnathan are seasoned comedians who have a history of making their audiences hysterical with laughter.
There has been some contempt on social media about the unethical practices of Amazon and its CEO Jeff Bezos, and how ironic that ‘Cinderella’ delivers the message of “girlboss entrepreneurship” with such positivity. Additionally, we see the characters in the village happily work on the song “Rhythm Nation” when, in reality, Amazon employees have suffered overwork and poor health for the miserable minimum wage. So, to enjoy this film, one has to give up his moral judgment.
Besides, let’s be real. Cinderella prioritizes her dreams of becoming a “girlboss” dressmaker in order to marry the prince and find love, not necessarily a “capitalist” agenda. No matter how superficial the execution may seem, it still rings the truth. The truth is that women are becoming increasingly independent while also facing pressure to be involved in other relationships. So a woman needs a reminder from time to time that she needs to focus on being financially independent so as not to depend on others, and to prioritize herself over a partner. ‘Cinderella’ speaks facts in that department.
In the end, “Cinderella” is a clumsy mess of a movie that only kids will love because it is visually cluttered with amazing costume pieces. There are some interesting ideas here and there, but they are essentially a vehicle for a popstar and a burgeoning streaming platform to be tangled up in yet another threadlike addition.