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I’d tell you what this movie is about, but then you might not watch it. Advertisements
Of the 5,483,922 film productions of Cinderella, I’d say this ranks at a solid 1,532,624. (That’s just behind Rodgers & Hammerstein’s musical and a couple million ahead of Jerry Lewis in Cinder-fella.)
Because what girl DOESN’T want a guy in green tights hovering outside her bedroom window every night?
Sans Steve Martin and Hillary Duff.
Born with freakishly large ears, one baby elephant joins the circus, gets his mother locked up, drowns his sorrows in alcohol, and wakes up in a tree.
A movie about a movie that almost wasn’t a movie but ended up being a movie.
Peter Pan’s kids get kidnapped by Dustin Hoffman.