Let me start by apologizing for not being able to do Peetimes on the opening night, cause I got sick in the theater.
Dan and I went back and watched it together the next day, and we both agreed this movie is hard to do Peetimes for. While the movie is longish, it’s tight. There are few, if any, wasted scenes.
A good sign of enjoying a movie is that you don’t sense time passing while watching it. That’s exactly what happened. Among the Disney remakes of the classics, I like this one the most. It’s stylishly done — not just the dresses, but the production too.
The music is totally my style. And from girl Estella to both Emmas, the cast in this movie are brilliant without a doubt. Even the dogs are brilliant. : ) It’s a combination of stylish dresses, great music, superb acting, and funny bits here and there that make it work.
Can this movie be better? Sure. The pacing is definitely a little choppy (hence, hard to do Peetimes for). Does it meet my expectation? Absolutely. I would recommend it if you want to enjoy a stylish retake on Cruella.
About The Peetimes: This was a surprisingly difficult movie to do Peetimes for. It seems like every two minutes there’s another scene that can’t be missed. We managed to find 3 Peetimes. We recommend the 3rd Peetime if you can wait that long.
There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Cruella. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
|Rated:||(PG-13) Thematic Elements | Some Violence|
|Starring:||Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, Mark Strong, Paul Walter Hauser|
|Writer(s):||Dana Fox (screenplay by), Tony McNamara (screenplay by), Aline Brosh McKenna (story by), Kelly Marcel (story by), Steve Zissis (story by), Dodie Smith (based upon the novel “One Hundred and One Dalmatians” by)|
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