Happily N'ever After2006
Happily N'ever After (2006)
Critic Consensus: Happily N'Ever After has none of the moxy, edge, or postmodern wit of the other fairy-tales-gone-haywire CG movie it so blatantly rips off.
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as Prince Humperdink
as The Wizard
as Head Wolf
as Dwarves No.1 and 2, Giant
as Fairy Godmother
as Second Stepsister, Witch No.2, Baby's Mother
as Amigo No.3, Dwarf No. 3, Messenger, Wolf No.2
as Witch No.1
as Amigo No.1
as Amigo No.2
as First Stepsister, Baby, Red Riding Hood
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Critic Reviews for Happily N'ever After
The computerised animation is cut-rate; the script keeps piling on clunker jokes that even toddlers will find lame; and Prinze proves he isn't any better an actor in two dimensions than he is in three.
N'ever was an apostrophe so misplaced, n'ever was the prospect of good cheer so perversely defeated.
A leaden, irritatingly obvious postmodern fairy tale.
Essentially a brash comedy taking one idea as far as it can go, Happily N'Ever After is spare on emotional development but generous with smart-aleck shtick.
Audience Reviews for Happily N'ever After
"Happily Never After"? Happily, never again! I'd take on the rabid wolf before sitting through this nightmare at grandma's house. Although there are original aspects to the story, this is a predictable and underdeveloped tale with inelegant animation. The voice work is not impressive for any of the actors, except possibly Wallace Shawn, who just has such an interesting voice anyway. The jokes were not clever and the story was bland in its denouement. Having thoroughly bored me within the first 30 minutes, the 87-minute run time seemed overly long.
I hate this movie with a passion, truly god awful and stupid, its a terrible film, I will never watch it again.
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