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Ella Enchanted

Directed by Tommy O’Haver; from a novel written by Gail Carsen Levine. Starring Anne Hathaway (Princess Diaries), Hugh Dancy (King Arthur), Cary Elwes, Joanna Lumley (Absolutely Fabulous), Minnie Driver (Good Will Hunting). Narrated by Eric Idle (Monty Python) and the voice of Steve Coogan (Alan Partridge).
I watched this with my daughters and we loved it. It’s a spin-off of Cinderella, but don’t let that make you think you know the plot. Ella under a spell of obedience, but things get complicated when she falls in love with Prince Char. It’s also not quite the fairy godmother you’d expect. This is a brilliant adaptation of a fairy tale, brought up to date with modern humour and I would definitely recommend this to all girls.

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