The story is confusing and is not engaging. There's some attempt at character development, but it isn't enough to make me care about any of the characters. Production is on a tight budget, and there are scenes you can see it's literally a cardboard background.
It appears to be a tale of self discovery, but I am not sure what exactly she discovered. She seems to act in a selfish, immature, and inconsiderate manner throughout the journey. I had high hopes for the film, but I was left disappointed.
I didn't find it entertaining, as I'm not the target demographic. I'm quite surprised by how not cute the characters are, which destroys chances of merchandising. Perhaps it's an adventure for some young boys.
This is a modern reimagining is Cinderella, with more than a touch of diversity and politically correctness. I think the modern update is a bit too much, and they try too hard to make it relevant to the modern day. The end result is a film that doesn't appeal to anyone.
The visuals are pretty impressive. Even though the colour palette is monotonous, the visuals are beautiful and captivating. The story is ending, albeit slow at times. I really like Timothee Chamalet's character. Overall, I liked it.
This is such a touching story, that it made my very many times. The dialogues are very strong. There are many occasions where a sentence can evoke many lasting emotions. Production is great as well. It really makes viewers feel a roller coaster of feelings throughout the film. I really enjoyed watching this film.