History YMMV / Cinderella

21st Jul '16 10:20:17 PM Ninplanet123
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* UglyCute: Drizella and Anastasia, especially the latter.

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Drizella and Anastasia, especially the latter. latter.
** Also Lucifer. It helps that people tend to love animated cats and his expressions are so goofy it's hard not to find them cute.
12th Jul '16 1:00:12 PM wuggles
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* CriticalDissonance: Although the movie got mixed reviews from critics, it was one of the highest rated TV musicals in years and also is fondly remembered by young girls of color for starring a black Cinderella.

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* CriticalDissonance: Although the 1997 movie got mixed reviews from critics, it was one of the highest rated TV musicals in years and also is fondly remembered by young girls of color for starring a black Cinderella.
9th Jul '16 7:41:51 PM Anddrix
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1st Jun '16 2:05:50 PM Julia1984
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%%* EvilIsSexy: Bernadette Peters as the 1997 version's stepmother.

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%%* * EvilIsSexy: Bernadette Peters as the 1997 version's stepmother.


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* HilariousInHindsight: In the 1997 remake, during the opening pan through the streets of the village, someone almost runs into a cabbage cart; the driver just barely manages to stop it from overturning, but some of his produce still rolls into the street. A highly enjoyable and highly familiar sight for ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' fans eight years later.
25th May '16 1:51:08 PM theredsquirrel
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***Doubles as a happy BSOD.
24th May '16 7:58:23 AM dsneybuf
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** Cinderella has received criticism for acting subservient to her stepfamily, and depending on others to help her achieve her dreams, as well as praise for maintaining faith in the face of abuse, and taking more steps towards achieving those dreams than Disney/{{Snow White| and the Seven Dwarfs}} and [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Aurora]] did.

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** Cinderella has received criticism for acting subservient to her stepfamily, and depending on others to help her achieve her dreams, as well as praise for maintaining faith in the face of abuse, and taking more steps towards achieving those her dreams than Disney/{{Snow White| and the Seven Dwarfs}} and [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Aurora]] did.
24th May '16 7:57:59 AM dsneybuf
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** Cinderella has received both criticism for depending on others to help her achieve her dreams, and praise for taking more steps towards achieving those dreams than Disney/{{Snow White| and the Seven Dwarfs}} and [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Aurora]] did.

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** Cinderella has received both criticism for acting subservient to her stepfamily, and depending on others to help her achieve her dreams, and as well as praise for maintaining faith in the face of abuse, and taking more steps towards achieving those dreams than Disney/{{Snow White| and the Seven Dwarfs}} and [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Aurora]] did.



* EndingFatigue: Cinderella being locked in her room and the mice having to rescue her...ironically it is partially a reference to the Grimm's version (with the animals having to expose the stepmother's tricks)..though it is undeniably just an excuse to give the mice even more screen-time. According to Literature/TheMouseUnderGlass, to make the scene even weirder, it actually came from an attempt to make Cinderella more proactive. Walt actually hired a writer named Maurice Rapf in order to help the film come off as "progressive." He suggested a scene in which one day, "they're ordering her around and she throws the stuff back at them. She revolts, so they lock her up in the attic." This idea was clearly used for the ending.

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* EndingFatigue: Cinderella being locked in her room and the mice having to rescue her...ironically it is partially a reference to the Grimm's version (with the animals having to expose the stepmother's tricks)..though it is undeniably just an excuse to give the mice even more screen-time. According to Literature/TheMouseUnderGlass, ''The Mouse Under Glass'', to make the scene even weirder, it actually came from an attempt to make Cinderella more proactive. Walt actually hired a writer named Maurice Rapf in order to help the film come off as "progressive." He suggested a scene in which one day, "they're ordering her around and she throws the stuff back at them. She revolts, so they lock her up in the attic." This idea was clearly used for the ending.
24th May '16 7:49:50 AM dsneybuf
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* BaseBreaker: The mice. Viewers will either find them annoying or adorable.

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** Cinderella has received both criticism for depending on others to help her achieve her dreams, and praise for taking more steps towards achieving those dreams than Disney/{{Snow White| and the Seven Dwarfs}} and [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Aurora]] did.
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The mice. Viewers will either find them annoying or adorable.
19th May '16 5:17:07 AM alnair20aug93
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--> '''Christian Dior''': Now that Cinderella’s fairy godmother no longer exists, the couturier ''must'' be the magician.
13th May '16 10:23:52 AM dsneybuf
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* GirlShowGhetto: The Franchise/DisneyPrincess franchise pushed several Disney movies into this, but ''Cinderella'' might have fallen the most deeply. The Platinum Edition DVD has a girlier set of games than any other movie in the collection, and the ''Cinderella'' Trilogy Blu-Ray/DVD Boxset comes packaged in a jewelry box. In the UK, ''Cinderella'' [=DVDs=] actually got pulled out of the Disney Vault for a few weeks of 2011, so families anticipating the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton could share them with their daughters.

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* GirlShowGhetto: The Franchise/DisneyPrincess franchise pushed several Disney movies into this, but ''Cinderella'' might have fallen the most deeply. The [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyPlatinumEditions Platinum Edition Edition]] DVD has a girlier set of games than any other movie in the collection, and the ''Cinderella'' Trilogy Blu-Ray/DVD Boxset released in conjunction with the movies' [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyDiamondEditions Blu-Ray/Digital HD debuts]] comes packaged in a jewelry box. In the UK, ''Cinderella'' [=DVDs=] actually got pulled out of the Disney Vault for a few weeks of 2011, so families anticipating the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton could share them with their daughters.
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