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  • Sep 06, 2010
    This is an adult version of fairy tales with music and comedy. I really liked it, but I saw it a long time ago, and would like to see it again.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Feb 11, 2009
    <I>"Stay a child while you can be a child"</I> A Baker and his Wife have been cursed with a childless marriage by the spiteful Witch next door, who promises only to lift the curse if they journey into the woods to collect four items for her: Jack's white cow, Little Red Riding Hood's cape, Rapunzel's yellow hair and Cinderella's golden slipper... This is an excellent filmed performance of Stephen Sondheim's brilliant musical fairy tale. Because events take a very dark turn in the Second Act, I wouldn't recommend this for small children, unless you're one of those parents who enjoys fielding questions about death, mutilation, adultery and human sacrifice; it's better suited to adults who refuse to grow up. Some of the songs are gorgeous, especially <i>Stay with Me</i>, sung by Bernadette Peters' Witch to her adopted daughter Rapunzel, and <i>No One Is Alone</i>, sung by Cinderella and the Baker to a recently bereaved Little Red Riding Hood and Jack. The most amusing number, and the one that most readily gets stuck in my head, is <i>Agony</I>, in which two Princes Charming argue over whose insurmountable quest for love is the most difficult to bear. I loved every minute of this!
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  • Feb 05, 2008
    Maybe not the best music(some of it is very good) but the story is quite interesting.
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