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Another Cinderella Story

Another Cinderella Story
DVD cover
Directed by Damon Santostefano
Produced by Dylan Sellers
Written by Erik Patterson
Jessica Scott
Starring Selena Gomez
Drew Seeley
Jane Lynch
Music by John Paesano
Cinematography Jon Joffin
Edited by Tony Lombardo
Distributed by Warner Premiere
Release dates
September 16, 2008 (2008-09-16)
Running time
92 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Another Cinderella Story (also known as A Cinderella Story 2) is a 2008 teen comedy musical dance film directed by Damon Santostefano and starring Selena Gomez, Drew Seeley and Jane Lynch. The film was released directly to DVD on September 16, 2008. It is a thematic stand-alone sequel to the 2004 film A Cinderella Story, reprising the same themes and situations but not containing any characters from the original film. It was followed by A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song in 2011.

The film premiered on ABC Family on January 18, 2009 and was ranked as the number one cable movie in several key demographics when aired on the television channel. The film won the 2010 Writers Guild of America Award for Children's Script-Long or Special.[1]

Plot

This film is a retelling of the Cinderella fairy tale in a modern setting, with Mary Santiago (Selena Gomez), a high school student with ambitions of becoming a dancer, taking the role of Cinderella; Tami (Jessica Parker Kennedy) Mary's only friend as her fairy godmother; Dominique Blatt (Jane Lynch) taking the role of the stepmother; Britt (Emily Perkins) and Bree (Katharine Isabelle) as the two stepsisters; and Joey Parker, (Drew Seeley), now a famous celebrity that has returned to school for his senior year and to remember why he started dancing, as the prince. A school dance substitutes for the ball, with the role of the glass slipper filled by a Zune.[2]

Cast

Production

The film was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from November to December 2007. The school scenes took place at Sullivan Heights Secondary in Surrey, British Columbia.

Reception

Critical response

Amber Wilkinson of Eye for Film gave the film, four out of five stars and praised the musical aspects, saying that "the song and dance numbers are so well-handled and catchy, it's a shame there aren't more of them." However, she also said that the "characters are so wafer thin they barely cast a shadow."[3] While Wilkinson says that the film is completely different from A Cinderella Story, Lacey Walker, reviewing for Christian Answers, notes several aspects of the two films that were directly parallel to each other. Walker also gave it three out of five stars, praising the script, saying the writers "peppered this story with a surprising dose of humor and some pleasing plot twists." However, Walker specifically criticized the "glaringly obvious" age difference between the 15-year-old Gomez and the 25-year-old Seeley.[4]

Ratings

ABC Family presented the television premiere of the film on January 18, 2009.[5] The premiere was watched by 5.3 million viewers.

Soundtrack

References

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  5. ^ http://www.thefutoncritic.com/moviewatch/another-cinderella-story/

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