Wednesday, March 27, 2013


My Thoughts:

-    I remember when this aired on TV. My family recorded it...on our VCR!

-    This was a light, happy, and silly movie with quite the cast lineup! 

-    This is the 2nd remake of this? Where are the other 2?

-    Is that really Whitney's hair?

-    How did a black woman and a white guy have an Asian son?

-    Brandy has an airy/rasp voice that I like, but at times it gets a bit whiny.

-    I liked how the prince and Cinderella had an encounter in the town. It was still insta-love, but at least they had more than 1 meeting.

-    The dances at the ball looked boring before Cinderella arrived.

-    I like the prince's voice. I usually don't like tenors as much, but his was nice.

-    Brandy's braids are too perfect.

-    Lionel was some fun slap stick.

-    All the ladies have crazy socks.

-    Too bad Whitney ruined her voice.

-    The songs were good. I liked the music.

-    Bernadette Peters was fantastic!

Hubby's Thoughts:

-    Their house looks like it could be a candy shop.

-    The step mom is more attractive than her daughters.

Tyson's Thoughts:

-    That prince has jungle fever!

-    I don't know if Brandy is attractive or not. She has nice skin but somethings off.

-    Ah! Whoopi Goldberg! You're golden!

-    The step mom is more attractive than her daughters.

-    Whitney's hair looks like a fern.

-    I like the fairy godmother dress. It's so shiny and smooth.

-    I like that blue dress.

-    Whoopi seems like she'd be fun to hang out with.

-    You think Cinderella smells like pumpkin after sitting in that coach?

-    I wonder if kissing Cinderella would taste like chocolate.

-    This was enjoyable. It was the better Rodgers and Hammerstein.

-    Jason Alexander just didn't fit for me.

-    There's some bass in that tenor. It sounds kind of stringy. I don't know what I'm talking about.

1 comment:

  1. I love this movie! I grew up watching all the ABC Family musical remakes (Annie and The Music Man), and I think this was my favorite. I did always find it funny that an African American woman and a Caucasian (not to mention homosexual) man managed to have Filipino son, but I've learned not to question some things in musicals (:

    This is actually the third movie version of the musical. The first was in the 50's w/ Julie Andrews, then one in the 60's, and then this one. I have to say that out of the three, this is my favorite!