Now playing in theatres, the new Cinderella 2015 movie seems like it is another Disney’s successful fantasy drama. Critics are producing good reviews of the movie based on the still-popular story of “Cinderella” that continues to influence popular culture.

The plot follows the fortunes of young Ella whose merchant father remarries following the death of her mother. Eager to support her loving father, Ella welcomes her new Stepmother and her daughters Anastasia and Drisella into the family home only to find herself after his father passes away, at the mercy of a jealous and cruel new family. She is forced to become their servant, disrespected, covered in ashes and spitefully renamed Cinderella. But without despairing, she continues to remain positive, determined to honor her mother’s dying words “to have courage and be kind.”

The story goes on as we all know well – after having read this popular story, watched it in other movie versions before, or told our kids in bedtime story-telling moments – as Ella meets a dashing stranger in the woods, unaware that he is really the Prince at the palace, and she believes she has finally found a kindred soul. The King summoning all maidens in the kingdom to attend a royal ball at the palace so his Prince son can find the right one to marry; her Stepmother forbidding her to attend and callously destroying her dress; a calculating Grand Duke devising a plan to thwart the Prince’s hopes of reuniting with Ella and enlisting the support of the devious Stepmother, and so on.

But, as in all good fairy tales, help is at hand and finally, Cinderella finds it with a kindly beggar woman who changes Cinderella’s life forever with the assistance of a pumpkin, a few mice and a magic wand.

[quote_right]”This movie is a masterpiece of fully-realized characters in a visually dazzling spectacle for a whole new generation.”[/quote_right]

What could be the distinction of this new Cinderella movie? I think Walt Disney Pictures has played it safe in the cartoon-to-live-action transaction while still managing to make it very entertaining to all those within Disney’s movie-goers circle. A kid-friendly, live-action motion picture where you will end up appreciating the film’s colorful pallet and effortless humor.

Though, Cinderella is not actually anymore a story for this age, the movie is as stunning as it could have been expected. The movie regresses into a straightforward approach where, the prince and Cinderella’s only escape from a life of servitude, are able to bring forth the courage to face evil-minded people in order to get out from under their thumb.

This charming story of Cinderella has class and is well scripted, in contrast with an era under the glimpse of “50 Shades of Grey” fantasy-themed movies for grown women; a remake of a 1950 Disney cartoon that adds an acceptable approach appealing to young women to reconnect with an uncynical fairy-tale world.

Cinderella can prove to be Disney at all-time highs. As spring begins, the season that blossoms all things into life, this production is a good suggestion to continuing a tradition of attending movies on weekends.

Muvico Parisian 20 & IMAX is featuring this new movie at its location in CityPlace. Check here other movies also playing in West Palm Beach .

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