This pathetic sequel, only 65 minutes long until the credits roll, tells three sad vignettes about the now-blissfully married Cinderella's life. Among them: Cinderella flounts tradition and invites (gasp!) commoners to the royal ball. The fairy godmother turns one of the mice into a person. And ugly stepsister Anastasia finds love in the arms of a portly baker.
The stories are trite. The songs are forgettable. And worst of all, the animation is atrocious. The film looks like it was put together on a dare, as a joke, or both.
Which is the truth doesn't matter, the verdict is the same: Do not see this film, and don't tell your kids it even exists.
Run time: 73 mins
In Theaters: Tuesday 26th February 2002
Distributed by: Walt Disney Pictures
Production compaines: Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Television Animation
Contactmusic.com: 1.5 / 5
IMDB: 4.8 / 10
Director: John Kafka
Producer: Mary Thorne
Starring: Jennifer Hale as Cinderella, Corey Burton as Gus, Holland Taylor as Prudence, Susanne Blakeslee as Lady Madonna Tremaine, Frank Welker as Pom Pom / Lucifer, Christopher Daniel Barnes as Prince Charming, Andre Stojka as The King, Carmen Carter as Singer, Rob Paulsen as Jaq / Baker / Sir Hugh, Tress MacNeille as Anastasia