Happily N'Ever AfterDirector: Paul J. Bolger
Cinderella's wicked stepmother has tipped the balance of power toward the dark side in Fairy Tale Land, and now it's up to the put-upon princess to restore order and ensure that good triumphs in an animated adventure featuring the voices of Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr., Sigourney Weaver, and George Carlin. For years, the Wise Wizard has worked hard to ensure that the scales of good and evil were always well-balanced, but as with any hard worker the Wise Wizard needs a relaxing vacation every once in a while. When the Wise Wizard goes on holiday, his faithful assistants Munk and Mambo make the crucial mistake of allowing Cinderella's wicked stepmother, Frieda, come into possession of their master's magical staff. With time fast running out before Frieda casts a shadow of darkness and sorrow over Fairy Tale Land, Cinderella must now awaken from her romantic dreams to take on her fearsome stepmother with a little help from her best friend, Rick, and a virtual army of heroic dwarves and fairies.
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- Lions Gate
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Cast & Crew
|Sarah Michelle Gellar||Ella|
|Patrick Warburton||Prince Humperdink|
|George Carlin||The Wizard|
|Terrence Evans||Voice Only|
|Kathy Lamkin||Voice Only|
|Marietta Marich||Voice Only|
|Cyia Batten||Voice Only|
|Lew Temple||Voice Only|
|Paul J. Bolger||Director|
|Paul Buckley||Score Composer|
|Liz Gallagher||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|J. Chad Hammes||Co-producer|
|Rainer Soehnlein||Executive Producer|
|Deane Taylor||Production Designer|
|James L. Venable||Score Composer|
|John H. Williams||Producer|
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*Great animation entertainment. *Hilarious storyline and funny fairytale characters. This DVD would be good for youth 10 or 11 and above. *"Happily N'Ever After" is best, I believe, for adult animation humor than for youth; it is a great new twist on an old story.
Despite what others think I love this cute little film. Sure it's not the best movie of all time, and sure it doesnt have the best animation. However I think it's a funny feal good movie for friday nights. It's one you can watch and not have to think about anything, you can just laugh at the characters and the situations that they get themselves into. Personaly I think that any age could enjoy this movie. After all Im 15 and I still enjoy this movie. Overall it's just a cute, funny, feal-good, and entertaining story that the entire family can enjoy.
A low budget quite boring movie with an occasional funny moment. Compared to other animated movies, it is not very good. Even my little brother found it boring. Quite disappointing really.
I laughed at this movie because it was so stupid. I thought it would be good, a cute little fairy tale, but it wasn't. The acting was terrible, and the stepmother, gah, what a horror.