G | | Adventure, Comedy, Family
A little girl's imaginary friends come to life when she goes through her great-grandmother's antique mirror, a la Alice, after she sees it glowing.
Some ideas from the film were recycled from an unfilmed project called "Mirrorworlds", originally set to be made by producer Charles Band's previous studio, Empire Pictures, during the 1980s.
Bella and Donna go through the mirror, then somehow manage to reappear on our side to throw tea on Tuttle's wife. However, Tansy later states that one berry is good for one trip, which means that Mary-Margaret should have seven used berries (not three) as berries in the Mirror World are hard to obtain (and Bella and Donna would be making three trips).
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