Alan Menken wrote on Twitter that he's involved in the upcoming movie Mirror Mirror without saying what his involvement is exactly. I think he's probably composing the score or writing an end-credits song.
I think it's that song that opens the trailer, that goes "I believe I believe I believe in love." A song I liked, in a moment where it the film was looking pretty exciting...till the trailer went to all hell!
Dr Frankenollie wrote:
Ugh, I particularly detest "Snow way!"
The most saddening thing is that the jokes in a modern comedy trailer are usually the best jokes, which means the dreadful piece of shit known as Mirror Mirror
has few better "funny" lines than "Agree to disagree."
Yes, those are the worst and best lines respectively! We agree to agree! lol
Too bad Cannon Movie Tales didn't do a Cinderella movie.
True that! And The Slipper & the Rose is great! And I also wish Tim Burton made his Alice movie of the original story like the flashback scene, too.
1. What's wrong with the girl saving the guy?
Nothing! It's the fact that she acknowledges the only reason she's saving the guy is because she heard it in previous fairy stories. It's like she's saying to the audience "Hey, I know I'm in a fairy story, too! *wink*" And it's also against her character. Snow White was always a rather harmless and domestic girl. Unless it is known/intended she herself commanded the hot shoes to be put on the queen to kill her, but even then she had her guards and servants do it, she didn't get her hands dirty herself.
4. There are anachronisms in Disney's Cinderella as well.
Wait...what are they? But anyway, Disney's Cinderella didn't try to be as realistic such as to be set with real historical people. No one in Disney's movie had accents but Drew's version had some with accents, others not, what's up with that? lol And saying stuff like the painting Da Vinci made was for Danielle and he knew her...I dunno it feels like lying about real people. Maybe it's okay...but I just don't know...it's unsettling. I admit the movie's still good