"I can't live in dreams if my dreams are to come true."
A 2007 Direct-to-Video sequel to the Disney Animated Canon hit Cinderella and Cinderella II Dreams Come True. It bears a resemblance to Twice Charmed, and was made after it.Cinderella is living her happily ever after with her friends and her prince, while her despicable stepfamily have fallen on hard times. But then Lady Tremaine gets ahold of the Fairy Godmother's magic wand. She uses it to turn back time to the day the Grand Duke arrives with the slipper and have it pan out perfectly.Suddenly - Cinderella doesn't escape the tower in time, the shoe fits her stepsister Anastasia, and Prince Charming is brainwashed to think she's the one he danced with. Now Cinderella has to fight for her happy ending, or she might lose it forever. Not to mention, Anastasia finds herself swept in her mother's plans and that soon becomes a wake-up call...
The film provides examples of the following tropes:
Abusive Mom: Lady Tremaine. Not only with her stepdaughter but her own biological daughters as well - she's the one to blame for Drizella and Anastasia being jerks, and she emotionally/mentally abuses Anastasia when she begins to question her.
Ascended Extra: Prince Charming. In the first film, he's onscreen for less than ten minutes, and his only dialogue is with Cinderella. He wasn't even the one who went around getting girls to try on the slipper. In this he plays a major role and gets an actual personality, which is actually quite... well, charming.
Holding Hands: It's a plot point; this is how you tell you love each other.
Humiliation Conga: Lady Tremaine and Drizella. The only punishment they get, but considering it ends with them both getting turned into frogs due to a magical backfire, and then maids, it's good enough.
I Broke a Nail: Drizella sings a line about this when cleaning dishes.
I Just Want to Be Loved: Anastasia. At first she thinks she'll be happy with the prince's love, but then she realizes that she wants someone who loves her for who she really is, not because they're under a spell. She also craves for her mother's approval and love, which explains a lot about how she went with Tremaine's plan anyway
My God, What Have I Done?: Minor example. After Anastasia accidentally petrifies the fairy godmother, she is shocked that it happened and starts apologizing.
Plucky Girl: Cinderella. Now that magic is being used against her, she decides to fight back...
Our Time Travel Is Different: The time-reversing sequence actually combines two of the kinds listed on that page. It starts with Lady Tremaine, Anastasia, and Drizella standing in their garden while the sun and the moon set and rise in reverse a few times. Next, they get surrounded by green smoke, and visions of Cinderella going through her marriage to Prince Charming backwards. Anastasia and Drizella also see their magic pull Cinderella and Prince Charming away from each other, until she gets locked back up in the chateau tower, followed by themselves curtsying backwards for the Grand Duke. When Lady Tremaine and her daughters finally end up back on the day the Grand Duke came to try the slipper on Cinderella, they find themselves inside their foyer instead of in their garden.
Rebel Prince: Once Charming decides to do something, there's absolutely nothing his father can do to stop him.
Recycled Premise: Years before A Twist in Time, a play called Twice Charmed performed to passengers of the Disney Magic cruise ship, featured Cinderella's stepfamily using time travel to try and take Prince Charming away from her. The two stories don't have much else in common, though. (eg, Lady Tremaine in Twice Charmed has a Fairy Godfather to help her perform evil.)
Ripple-Effect-Proof Memory: Lady Tremaine, Drizella, Anastasia and the Fairy Godmother are the only ones who remember what happened in the original timeline.
Sickly Green Glow: The Fairy Godmother's wand normally emits white sparkles when used, but here, its magic changes to this color when under the control of Lady Tremaine and Drizella.
Strange Minds Think Alike: When the Prince walks in and finds Anastasia instead of Cinderella, he asks if he's in the right room. Later when the King enters the dining room with the Prince and sees the mess Anastasia and Drizella made, he asks if they're in the right room.
Take a Third Option: Parodied. When the King tries to keep the Prince from leaving the castle without authorization, the Prince either has to push his dad aside or stay put. What he chooses is... jumping off a balcony and escaping. The scene has reached Memetic Mutation levels on Tumblr.
Taken for Granite: Anastasia accidentally does this to the Fairy Godmother when they fight over the wand. Surprisingly, reversing time doesn't turn the Godmother back to normal. After Cinderella with help from Anastasia undoes this spell following Tremaine's defeat, the Godmother exclaims that she feels stiff, and takes time to loosen up her joints.
Tremaine spent decades as one of the few Disney villains not to not wield any kind of evil sorcery, curses, poisons, etc. So the movie gave her the nigh-omnipotent power of the Fairy Godmother. And she gives it a very good use.
Walt Disney: Cinderella... believed in dreams, all right, but she also believed in doing something about them. When Prince Charming didn't come along, she went right over to the palace and got him!source An episode of The Fred Waring Show that aired on March 18, 1951, and later became included with various home video releases of Alice in Wonderland (in excerpted form)