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Mirror Mirror – Review

Mirror Mirror – Review

By Katie Maitland-Gleed

Score 3/5

‘Mirror Mirror’ on the wall, who’s the funniest queen of them all? Well this Easter Holiday it is Julia Roberts; a widowed, evil queen who hates her beautiful step-daughter; Snow White (played by Lily Collins). Roberts plays a character so horrid that she wishes her late husband’s daughter dead. But by putting this wish into her very, un-helpful foot man, Brighton (played by Nathan Lane), Snow White is left in the hands of a horrible pack of terrifying, gigantic… Dwarves! Ohhh…. Scary!!! Napoleon (played by Jordan Prentice), Half Pint (played by Mark Provinelli), Wolf (played by Sebastian Saraceno), Chuckles (played by Ronald Lee Clark), Grub (played by Joe Gnoffo , Grimm (played by Danny Woodburn), and their leader; Butcher (played by Martin Klebba), make up the seven dwarves who live in the ‘Forbidden Woods’ and steel from the passers through.

Until handsome, intelligent, and slightly deluded Prince Alcott (played by Armie Hammer) comes into Snow’s life, she is locked up in her room in the castle, and her only friends are the kitchen servants. Aww poor girl…. But will everything change when she meets the dwarves? Will her rightful kingdom be returned to its normal happy, singing and dancing place? Will she fall in love with the Prince? You know what I’m going to say… You’ll have to watch the film and find out for youself!

So… You know a bit about the film, now it’s my turn to tell you what I think… Athough I’m not a big lover of enchanted tales, this one made me laugh.. Out loud… Quite embarassing! Anyhow… There were some parts of the film which I didn’t really enjoy, but then there were others that I loved! There was the majority of the audience between the ages of 2 and 8 but with some older children mixed in. So you would have to like, enchantment, love, hate, humor and seven dwarves to come and see this film. And if you don’t then you are missing out… BIG TIME!!
I give this film:

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