A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song (2011)

Guarda il film in streaming HD (Versione italiana)     Scarica gratis (Download ad alta velocità)

Guarda gratis A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song (ita) in Streaming HD oppure scarica il film via Torrent!

Titolo originale: A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song–>
Genere: Commedia, Family, Romantico–>
Durata: 88–>
Nazione: USA–>

  • Damon Santostefano

Scritto da:

  • Erik Patterson
  • Jessica Scott


  • Ilyssa Goodman (produttore esecutivo)
  • Michelle Johnston (produttore esecutivo)
  • Tom Keniston (produttore tecnico)
  • Dylan Sellers (produttore esecutivo)
  • Clifford Werber (produttore esecutivo)


  • Braden Kimball

Trama del film:

Cyrano De Bergerac meets Cinderella. Over-worked, harried and terrified of being put back in foster care, 17 year old Katie (Lucy Hale) does her stepmother and step-siblings' bidding without complaining. Vocally gifted, Katie feels particularly upset when forced to lay down singing tracks so that her untalented stepsister, Bev Van Ravensway, can hopefully win a recording contract from Massive Records – who's company President, Harvey Morgan, is scouting for new spectacular talent at a talent showcase for the Performing Arts Department at a prestigious private school. Written by ABC Family



1 Comment


    xanxei said

    February 23 2012 @ 10:54

    I saw this on a whim, expecting it to be cliché ridden and annoying,
    the way most things are which are aimed at a young audience, but
    Cinderella Story winked, stuck its tongue out, and then thoroughly
    entertained me for ninety minutes.

    There's no substance here and that's a good thing. Cinderella Story
    knows what it's trying to be, and wisely maintains its light, laid back
    tone for the duration, avoiding the common comedy mistake of trying for
    some ham-fisted poignancy in the third act.

    There is a fair amount of clichés, but most melt seamlessly into the
    deliberate borrowing from Cinderella, Cyrano de Bergerac and Bollywood,
    and are nicely smoothed over by the movie's easy charm. The humour is
    surprisingly subtle at times and the rest of the time not so much, but
    though it does beat the audience over the head with stupidity for cheap
    laughs on occasion, it doesn't overdo it to the point where it becomes
    offensive to one's intelligence. The silliness is quite easy to
    forgive, actually, as almost every character is likable, including the
    villains, and the heroine is considerate enough to skip the
    self-pitying woe-is-me emo nonsense we've come to expect, and be
    someone a person can actually root for.

    The acting is okay on most fronts, with the hero being a bland and
    boring exception.

    The script, direction and editing are likewise solid, though there is a
    missed opportunity towards the end to better resolve the arc of a
    supporting character who was given a redeeming moment earlier,
    indicating there would be some kind of reconciliation. It's a minor
    annoyance, but it bugged this reviewer when that reconciliation never
    came. Perhaps due to this, the pacing seemed to falter slightly at the
    very end, making the appearance of the credits feel a little abrupt.

    The soundtrack is like the movie itself; bright bubblegum pink but fun
    and produced nearly to perfection, with a crisp studio sound, upbeat
    rhythms and catchy melodies.

    On the whole, this is a solid little comedy/musical. It won't be the
    most memorable movie experience of your life, but if you're in the mood
    for a little light entertainment, it's hard to see how Cinderella Story
    could disappoint.

Comment RSS