Cinderella 3D

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  • PG
  • 2012
  • 1 hr 21 min
  • 3.8  (311)

Cinderella 3D is a French animated film released in 2012, based on the classic fairy tale of Cinderella. The movie was directed by Pascal Hérold, and the voice cast includes Alexandra Lamy, Antoine de Caunes, and Yolande Moreau. The story begins with a portrait of Cinderella, an orphan girl forced to work as a servant in her own house under the orders of her wicked stepmother and sisters. Despite her difficult situation, Cinderella exhibits a kind heart and a deep love for animals, which leads her to rescue a bird held captive by her stepfamily.

One day, a messenger announces a grand ball to be held in the palace, where the Prince will choose his bride among the women present. Cinderella, eager to attend, prepares herself with the help of her fairy godmother, who grants her a beautiful dress and a pair of glass slippers. However, her joy is cut short when her stepsisters tear her dress and leave her stranded in the forest.

Desperate, Cinderella encounters a strange man who turns out to be the Prince in disguise. They share a moment of tenderness, but the Prince is called away before he can reveal his identity. Meanwhile, Cinderella's stepmother discovers her intention to attend the ball and forbids her from doing so.

Determined to follow her heart's desire, Cinderella sneaks into the palace disguised as a mysterious princess from a foreign land. The Prince is immediately smitten with her and invites her to dance. As they twirl around the ballroom, however, Cinderella's disguise is revealed, and she must flee before she is caught.

Returning home, Cinderella overhears her stepmother and sisters plotting to ruin her chances with the Prince. They plan to lock her in the attic while they claim that the mysterious princess is none other than one of them. Fortunately, Cinderella's animal friends come to her aid and set her free.

In the final act, the Prince searches for the true identity of his beloved princess, while Cinderella and her animal friends make their way to the palace. Along the way, she encounters the strange man from the forest, who gives her a magical transformation that allows her to attend the ball in a new guise.

As the clock strikes midnight, the Prince finally discovers the truth about his mysterious princess and rushes to find her before she disappears. Will they be able to overcome the obstacles that stand in their way and live happily ever after?

Cinderella 3D is a visually stunning film that brings a fresh perspective to a beloved story. The animation is done in a unique style that combines 3D and traditional 2D techniques, creating a lush world that feels both modern and timeless.

The voice cast delivers strong performances, with Alexandra Lamy bringing depth and nuance to the role of Cinderella. Antoine de Caunes and Yolande Moreau are equally impressive as the Prince and the wicked stepmother, respectively.

One of the movie's greatest strengths is its treatment of the animal characters, who are given distinct personalities and play an integral role in the plot. From the loyal dog to the mischievous mouse, each creature adds a layer of charm and humor to the story.

Overall, Cinderella 3D is a delightful film that will appeal to both children and adults. Its themes of love, courage, and kindness are universal and timeless, making it a classic tale that will continue to charm audiences for generations to come.

Cinderella 3D is a 2012 animated movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 21 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.8.

Cinderella 3D
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  • Release Date
    2012
  • MPAA Rating
    PG
  • Runtime
    1 hr 21 min
  • IMDB Rating
    3.8  (311)