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Saturday 7pm

Sun 2pm, 7pm

Monday Closed

Tuesday 7pm

Wednesday 7pm

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Tickets

Standard Adult $4, Child $3

3D Adult $6, Child $5

Now Showing

Cinderella, PG

When her father unexpectedly passes away, young Ella finds herself at the mercy of her cruel stepmother and her daughters. Never one to give up hope, Ella’s fortunes begin to change after meeting a dashing stranger.

— From http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1661199/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Disney takes its classic animated telling of Cinderella and remakes it with live actors. The news says that the story is told straight, as a lush, rich fairy tale. So what have they done to make it fresh? According to some reports, they went all out with set and costume design.

Into the Woods had amazing costumes. And Cinderella is bringing some serious competition on that front.

The evil step mother wears saturated colors that fit beautifully like the great movie stars of the 1930’s wore. The step sisters look hideous in candy colors and overwrought designs.

The fairy godmother’s dress has hundreds of tiny LED lights underneath it, so she glows when she moves.

Cinderella slippers

And Cinderella? Many, many, many, and more, layers of the sheerest blue fabrics so that the color just builds up from inside to out. And her slippers are made from Swarovski crystal. Amazing how they reflect the light.

Turn that girl loose on a grand ballroom floor and prepare to be dazzled!

I found this great video from the Hollywood premier on Nerdist.com. I thought you might enjoy it too. Click Here to watch.

See you at the movies,

Keri

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