HAPPILY, N’EVER AFTER (Theatrical Release USA 2007)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.5|5.0 Starsììì

Happily N’Ever After—
spunky with a likable plotline—sets its own tone to work as a fair to middling children’s film. While not the best in the children’s lineup, it truly works for its money.

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The Wizard who ensures all fairy tales have a happy ending goes on vacation.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Directors Paul Bolger, Yvette Kaplan, Greg Tiernan, and Dino Athanassiou for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Louise Goodsill, Ralph Kamp, Ken Katsumoto, Tom Ortenberg, and Rainer Soehnlein for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: The Wizard (voice of George Carlin), Dwarf 1/Dwarf 2/Giant (voice of John DoMaggio), Mambo (voice of Andy Dick), Ella (voice of Sarah Michelle Gellar), Fairy Godmother (voice of Lisa Kaplan), Stepsister 2/Witch 2/Baby’s Mother (voice of Jill Talley), Amigo 3/Dwarf 3/Messenger/Wolf 2 (voice of Tom Kenny), Witch 1 (voice of Tress MacNeille), Rumplestiltskin (voice of Michael McShane), Amigo 2 (voice of Rob Paulsen), and Wolf 1 (voice of Jon Polito).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. A fun twist on modifying traditional endings of Hans Christian Andersen and Brothers Grimm fairy tales serves up a fair piece of entertainment for children.

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