(September 18, 2022) Original
November 24, 2022
From IMDb: “Ten years after her happily ever after, Giselle questions her happiness, inadvertently turning the lives of those in the real world and Andalasia upside down in the process.”
Poster Rating: C+
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Review: All the characters are here, but the background details are indistinct and the proportion of the figures in the poster doesn’t feel well chosen or interesting.
Trailer Rating: B
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Review: The post-Happily Ever After motif is given little attention here as is the shifty of Adams’ character towards evil rather than the abject good she was previously. That might play into the character’s naivety a bit, but what surrounds her is a film that looks a lot more interesting without her in it.
The first film succeeded at scoring three Oscar nominations, but they were all for song. That can’t happen anymore, but one or two songs might be in contention. However, the rest of the film won’t be, especially since Amy Adams was ignored for the first film.