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Opened in Theaters: Friday, March 30th, 2012

Directed by Tarsem Singh

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Mirror Mirror
Academy Award® Nominee
A retelling of one of the most beloved fables of all-time, will eschew the traditional story in favor of a more modern tale full of comedy and adventure. After her evil stepmother kills her father...  View more >

PG
some fantasy action and mild rude humor

Starring Lily Collins, Armie Hammer, Julia Roberts...  View more >

aka Snow White, The Brothers Grimm: Snow White

Academy Award® nominee for:
Costume Design
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[--- Good ---]by Sinamax Apr 6, 2012
[--- Wait for Rental ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberApr 10, 2012

A lame, empty headed version of the Brother Grimm tale that was done much better a Disney cartoon way back in 1937 and it's still going strong today. This version doesn't have much to carry bexcept the costume design which may rival the costume design of "The Hunger Games" which I saw a few weeks ago. "Mirror Mirror" is the first of two movies based on Snow White. The second "Snow white and the Huntsman" will be out later. But first in "Mirror, Mirror" there this evil queen played by Julia Roberts who gives Snow White a hard time. She is played by Lily Collins who doesn't do much in the movie, except looking pretty. Julia Roberets is the main problem in this movie. Instead of playing the evil queen, Julia Roberts plays only Julia Roberts. She never got into her character, making the movie about her rather than about Snow White and the Dwarfs. The Dwarfs are fun to watch. They're the only thing that I like in the movie. Sadly, this movie deserves more than it's good looks to carry the movie. I saw an ad on television, where kids are saying how awesome the movie was. If I were a kid, I probaby like the movie. But I'm not a kid, I'm an adult and watching this film, I expect more than it's good looks.  

[--- Good ---]by Fran Jul 3, 2012

A good family entertaining film for kids 10 and up. 




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