PG | | Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Ella is under a spell to be constantly obedient, a fact she must hide from her new step-family in order to protect the prince of the land, her friend for whom she's falling.
The woman who appears during the ending number carrying Edgar in a cart, is Anne Hathaway's cousin Meridith.
Fairy tales tell, as their labels imply / Stories of magic, of creatures that fly / With giants and dragons and ogres and elves / And inanimate objects that speak for themselves / There's romance and danger and plotting of schemes / There's good ...
"When Char takes Ella to the hall of mirrors, he holds both of her hands. Later, when the clock reaches 12, Ella has the dagger though there were no places in which she could have kept the dagger without Char seeing." Considering Ella had Slannen chain her to a tree in an attempt to keep her from killing Char, it's safe to assume she did away with the dagger, thus she didn't have it with her when Char took her to the Hall of Mirrors. However, Sir Edgar specifically ordered her to kill Char with that particular dagger. She couldn't go and find the dagger because she had also been ordered to kill him at the stroke of midnight, so the curse made it magically appear in her hand to allow her to obey her orders.
The cityscape of the Miramax logo dissolves into the cityscape of the medieval city in the movie.
$6,169,030 (USA) (11 April 2004)
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