A Cinderella Story (2004)



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Titolo originale: A Cinderella Story–>
Genere: Commedia, Family, Romantico–>
Durata: 95–>
Nazione: USA, Canada–>
Regia:
  • Mark Rosman

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Scritto da:

  • Leigh Dunlap

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Produzione:

  • Susan Duff (co-produttore esecutivo)
  • Keith Giglio (produttore esecutivo)
  • Ilyssa Goodman (regista)
  • Peter Greene (produttore esecutivo)
  • Hunt Lowry (regista)
  • Michael I. Rachmil (produttore esecutivo – nel ruolo di Michael Rachmil)
  • Troy Rowland (produttore associato)
  • Dylan Sellers (regista)
  • Clifford Werber (regista)

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Musiche:

  • Christophe Beck

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Trama del film:

Routinely exploited by her wicked stepmother, the downtrodden Sam Montgomery is excited about the prospect of meeting her Internet beau at the school's Halloween dance. Written by breakdown services 6/11/03

At 8 years old, the blonde Samantha Montgomery lost her father to an earthquake, leaving her to live in an attic, while her stepmother Fiona, and stepsisters, Gabriella and Brianna take over her life. With popular kids Austin Ames, Shleby Cummings, and their crew, then her house family, the only escapes she has are the Diner Staff, her best friend Carter, and an online buddy-Nomad. They both go to North Valley High and dream of going to Princeton. They have a relationship that goes on through text messages and emails. He finally asks her to the Halloween dance, where they meet, and she finds out Austin is Nomad. Not knowing who his 'Cinderella' is, he goes on one of the toughest quests ever, as Sam's friends convince her to tell him. He finds out at a more than humiliating pep rally that Cincerella is 'Diner Girl'. She finally tells off her steps, and she manages to tell off Austin. At the end, they supposedly end up dating, going to Princeton, and she finds her dad's will, stating it leaves EVERYTHING to Sam. Happy Ever After? Who knows. Written by Kaylynn

Sam Montgomery is a tomboyish, unpopular girl at school. She has been text messaging a somebody named Nomad for a few months and he asks her to meet him at the Halloween dance at 11:00 in the middle of the dance floor. The only problem is, she must get back to the diner, ran by her wicked Stepmom Fiona by 12 sharp because she is not supposed to be there. Before Nomad can found out who she is, she must leave with her best friend, Carter driving her back to the diner. After that night, everything in Sam's life goes wacko! Written by Anonymous

A Cinderella story is about a girl Sam Montgomery who is not so popular at her high school. After her fathers death and not having a will left to her, her evil step mum gets everything that her father left behind and makes Sam do everything at her dad's diner. At her school she is shunned by the popular stuck up girls, the main one being Shelby Cummings, a very wealthy, spoiled person. Austin Ames and Sam interact with each other through emails and text messages not knowing who each other is. They decide to meet at the school dance on the dance floor at 11 o'clock but their time together is cut short when Sam has to race back to the diner. As she is running out she leaves her mobile phone behind with Austin finding it. to this Austin tries to find out who Cinderella is and Sam is afraid that if he finds out who she really is he may not want anything to do with her. and may even forget about their on going relationship. Written by [email protected] (corrected by Anonymous)

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1 Comment

  1.  

    Brandt Sponseller said

    February 24 2012 @ 17:20

    I haven't looked at other reviews of A Cinderella Story yet, but
    especially because it's a Hilary Duff film, I'd expect there to be a
    lot of scathing comments. That's because Hilary Duff is, or was, at
    least, popular with tweens and teens, and lots of slightly older folks
    have a tendency to hate commercial or popular stuff just because it's
    commercial or popular. Of course, they find other ways to justify their
    effectively institutional hatred of this stuff, and I'd guess that the
    main complaint would be the clichéd and predictable nature of the
    material here.

    And that's true. A Cinderella Story is clichéd and predictable, but
    that's not a great reason to dislike it. It is a Cinderella story,
    after all–it tells you right there in the title–retooled as a
    contemporary Los Angeles-area high school romance-comedy. We all know
    the Cinderella story fairly well. And any film fan at least old enough
    to almost be through with high school is surely familiar with the
    clichés of rom-coms and high school films. Most of us could write the
    basics of A Cinderella Story's plot without even seeing the film's
    trailer. So for adults, at least, A Cinderella Story is going to be
    successful or not dependent on how well it hikes its well-trodden path.

    For me, the best material was the more traditional Cinderella-based
    stuff. Jennifer Coolidge (voluptuously) fills the role of the wicked
    stepmother. I like Coolidge a lot. She has tremendous charisma and
    performs her infamous, quirky sarcastic act here with verve. I also
    like Duff. The two actresses playing Duff's stepsisters were new to me,
    but just as charismatic as Coolidge. Director Mark Rosman quotes some
    of the cartoonish visual gags of Disney's Cinderella (1950) more than I
    expected, and it works amazingly well. It's one element that pushes the
    film into a welcomed, absurd-surreal territory.

    What didn't work as well for me was the material when Rosman and
    credited writer Leigh Dunlap forgot about doing a pumped up remake of
    Cinderella. Too much of A Cinderella Story deals with Sam's (Duff)
    budding cyber-romance, her typical high school problems and the
    caricatured, stereotypical high school cliques. It's not that these
    other segments are bad, exactly, but they just don't have the spark or
    humor that the Cinderella material has, and especially for something
    like the cliques, we've seen this tens of times before. These scenes
    would be right at home if we edited them into any of those other films
    or television shows–sometimes I had to remind myself that I wasn't
    watching, say, a Cordelia scene from the first season of "Buffy the
    Vampire Slayer" (1997).

    So A Cinderella Story has a bit of a split personality–as a funny and
    wacky remake of Cinderella and as a far less humorous, pretty generic
    "getting through adolescence and finding yourself" message film. That
    After-School-Special-styled message may be a worthy one, but intercut
    with a great version of Cinderella, it doesn't quite fit, even though
    Rosman does finally start to find a unique and admirable groove while
    still alternating modes towards the end of the film.

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