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antoshka over 5 years ago
At some points it was quite good, but really really poor in general.
Michael Cole over 6 years ago
There were a few lines that had me cracking up, but the animation is atrocious.
Anne Holly 8 years ago
Poor animation. I couldn't stick with it more than 5min. 4yo liked it, though.
Car over 2 years ago
Anastasia Loule over 5 years ago
Rachel Finston almost 6 years ago
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Alexandre Brisson over 7 years ago
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Taylor Wyatt almost 8 years ago
Happily N'Ever After is a 2007 American computer-animated film based on the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen. It is a Vanguard Animation production, released by Lions Gate Films on January 5, 2007. The title is the opposite of happily ever after. The film stars the voices of Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze, Jr., Andy Dick, Wallace Shawn, Patrick Warburton, George Carlin, and Sigourney Weaver. It proved to be Carlin's final film role before his death the following year, excluding his 2008 HBO special It's Bad For Ya. A direct-to-video sequel, Happily N'Ever After 2: Snow White Another Bite @ the Apple was released on March 24, 2009. As the story begins, we are introduced to the idea that the Wizard (George Carlin) controls all of the fairy tales and maintains the balance of good and evil in Fairy Tale Land. With the help of his assistants, the Wizard is checking to make sure that all the fairy tales under his care are "on track" to have their...
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