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The Grimm Brothers' Snow White

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a tale of terror

    this was a pretty good movie based off of the story of snow white but goes deeper than the disney movie. the performances weren't half bad, and the locations including the costumes were cool and so wanted to see more of will and lili one of my fave movie couples. sorta off topic but wanted to say it, when i first saw will could of sworn he looked like a mix of oded fehr "awesome in mummy, charmed and resident evil 2-3", russel crowe, but mostly karl urban "good in xena, lotr and doom". had no idea that this was a tv movie and a first that i actually like next to speak "another good one with kristen stewart". they should make more fairy tales/movies like this. seriously

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Who is the wicked witch here?

    One of the fascinating themes in this alarming version is that the terror is all the stepmother's. Young Lilli is not the most sympathetic of heroines, and Claudia spends most of the movie sure that the evil fates are out to get her. Sigourney Weaver's descent into madness is fun to watch, and poor Sam Neill's Father character never knows quite what is happening to his family. Isn't that the way it always is!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2010

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