Grimm's Snow White Reviews
You know, I came in expecting to see a somewhat generic bad movie of Snow White. Instead, what do I get? The Asylum. God damn it, people. Why do The Asylum keep getting work?! Nothing is right in this world.
The premise is thus: (As per the story of Snow White) An evil queen takes control of the kingdom of her dead husband and tries to rid herself of Snow White for being "fairer" than her. Hijinks (and killings) soon occur.
The acting is kind of good. It's average at best, really. See, when The Asylum tackles anything else than just sheer ridiculousness, they can actually come close to tackling a semi-passable spoof film. It doesn't mean it'll come out good, but it'll be less shitty than the rest. And then comes the final act of the movie. Where the fights are so stupid, it really sucks to have said it was kind of good.
The CGI. Like any typical Asylum film, say it with me: They suck. But of course! What can you expect from these people? You'd think they'd care enough. That's asking too much though.
The story. Well, if it's the classical story, it shou- Oh, it's not? They add giant monstrous lizards, weird-ass CGI dogs? Well, that's just fantas- Oh, elves too? Really? That's just fantastic. No, I'm glad. No, seriously. No, I'm glad! I digress.
It's not the worse Asylum movie. But eh...I still wouldn't recommend it. If you're gonna watch a B-movie, go watch anything else that isn't made from The Asylum.
It receives a 3 out of 10.
If you enjoy spotting continuity errors, you'll be happy. Watch the bit where the huntsman removes Snow White's ring.
I found the age gap between Snow White and the Prince a little bit uncomfortably big. Overall though, an enjoyable film and suitable to watch with little kids. I recommend it.
The backgrounds are beautiful, and some of the costumes are nice (though some look like they were pulled out of a dress-up box or the wearer's closet). The acting isn't the greatest, but it isn't the worse.
The music is nice, but there is too much of it. It's almost non-stop. It should be used to augment a story when appropriate, not to be what drives the entire film. Since we don't go through life with theme music, it's just not possible to really get into the story. Snow was just saved from death at the huntman's hands, and this scene would be much improved upon without the music.
Overall, it reads like a high school play. The actors for both Snow White and the visiting Prince seem to have talent, but they are being held back by the low budget and terrible script.