A Cinderella Story: If the Shoe Fits (2016) is a English movie. Michelle Johnston has directed this movie. Sofia Carson,Jennifer Tilly,Thomas Law,Amy Louise Wilson are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. A Cinderella Story: If the Shoe Fits (2016) is considered one of the best Family,Fantasy,Musical,Romance movie in India and around the world.
This is the story of Tessa, an aspiring young talented singer and dancer who works at her late father's garage and is a personal assistant to her cruel, overbearing, fame thirsty, and controlling stepmother. When her wicked and abusive stepsisters receive a chance to audition for a live recorded musical production of the classic Cinderella at Royal Lagoon Resort directed by and starring Pop Star Reed West; the female lead of Cinderella who impresses Reed's agents will receive a contract with his record label. With a fairy Godmother like make-up artist convincing and helping Tessa disguise her self as Bella Snow a British pop star persona to win the role. Tessa will have to play both her self, Bella, and Cinderella.
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First of all, not great acting. But I wasn't expecting it to be like Hilary Duff's "A Cinderella Story," so I still watched the whole movie. That being said, it is incredibly predictable. However, the songs were upbeat and new, and the idea that "Cinderella" knows motorcycles was pretty cool. One of my favorite things in this movie is the fact that Reed fell in love with Tessa, and not her fake identity Bella. I thought that was really great, and I probably wouldn't have liked the movie very much if he fell for Bella. Another little detail I loved was the fact that Reed didn't know a thing about fixing a motorcycle. I feel like there are some movies where every guy knows how to fix a car, and when a girl knows how to fix a car, they're surprised and they bond over their shared knowledge.
A Cindrella Story: If the Shoe Fits isn't a great movie, but it isn't a horrible one either. The plot recycles a lot of material we've already seen. However, it's not unexpected in this type of movie. If you like the other films in the series, you'll probably enjoy this one as well. The actors did an okay job given the material. Overall, this film was cheesy and cute, just like previous installments.
i have always been a fan of the Cinderella franchise. i find the story line of this movie wonderful.it is beautifully explained with a great ending which made me want to start dancing.this movie contains some parts of all the past Cinderella movies which i find great.the actors playing the characters i would say were made for the roles.the musical aspects of this movie are great and the singing is spectacular all on key and none off tune.the movie ended with all things resolved and nothing to keep you wondering what happened which i find great.this is a fabulous movie to watch with your kids,there are no inappropriate scenes in this movie so i give this movie if it would let me a 12
I watched it because I've seen the other three in the series of the present-day adaptations of the classical Cinderella story. After Hilary Duff, Selena Gomez and Lucy Hale, not its time for Sofia Carson. One of the most famous fairy tales of all and the most adapted to the screen as well. That's the negative of this, though being a different version, like the timeline, setting, cast makes it watchable. But still not the best you could anticipate. The lowest one in the series and a warning bell to stop from going for more films in the series. I need not to say anything about the story, it was just altered tale of what you know very well. Except there's no magic. As well as no logic to the actual world. Those disguised scenes were very silly. Simply a timepass film and no more. All the actors were decent. The songs were too. It was made by a choreographer turned director as his first feature film. Not an ideal project for his kind of field of expertise. He could have turned it to full fledged musical, but he didn't. Anyway, some people would enjoy it, particularly the young girls. So, I won't favout it, unless desperate to see it. 4/10
The past few movies in this franchise have had good acting, story lines, (and music in the last two). This story follows none of what made the other Cinderella movies like able. As much as I want to love Sofia Carson I can't do it because of this movie. Her character is supposed to exude emotions other than smiling and she doesn't deliver as well as her predecessors have. From the moment it begins, the movie's story doesn't go in a cohesive order that allows for a fluid telling. The upside though, is that the step sisters make up for the lack of solid story line with their laughable antics. I was saddened to go into this movie with high hopes and be given something that makes the franchise fall apart. I will watch the past three movies with a newfound love for Disney stars that were able to truly act. I hope the next ones work out better than this.