Minggu, 01 April 2012

Mirror Mirror The Movie

One of the most beloved stories of all time is coming to life in the motion picture Snow White legend, Mirror Mirror. A fresh and funny retelling of the Snow White legend, Mirror Mirror features breakout star Lily Collins (The Blind Side) as Snow White, a princess in exile, and Oscar®-winner Julia Roberts as the evil Queen who ruthlessly rules her captured kingdom. Seven courageous rebel dwarfs join forces with Snow White as she fights to reclaim her birthright and win her Prince in this magical adventure comedy filled with jealousy, romance, and betrayal that will capture the hearts and imaginations of audiences the world over. The film also stars Armie Hammer (The Social Network) as the Prince, and Nathan Lane (The Birdcage) as the hapless and bungling servant to the Queen.

As kind and generous as she is beautiful, Snow White was the apple of her late father’s eye and is beloved in the royal household by all but the Queen and her simpering minions. Surviving mistreatment and neglect to blossom into a spirited young woman gifted with her father’s courage, wisdom and love for his subjects, Snow transforms herself into a battle-ready people’s princess to win back the kingdom from the conniving Queen.

A bewitching beauty with a towering temper, the scheming Queen is actually an enchantress who keeps herself alluring with extreme beauty treatments, from bee stings and snake venom to flesh-eating worms. After usurping the throne, she bankrupts the kingdom with her extravagant ways. When the wealthy Prince Alcott fortuitously comes her way, she uses every weapon in her arsenal to beguile him.

The devastatingly handsome and somewhat earnest heir to the throne of Valencia is looking for the princely adventure of a lifetime when he stumbles into the Queen’s court. The unrivalled prosperity of his realm makes the Prince catnip for the cash-strapped Queen—but he only has eyes for her lovely ward, Snow White.

The Queen’s executive bootlicker, Brighton is also her favorite whipping boy. The hapless, bumbling sycophant is always ready to bear her insults and do her bidding, from extorting ruinous taxes from the people to planning the murder of her rivals.

Warm and kindly, Baker Margaret has been Snow White’s port in a storm since childhood. But her cozy exterior hides a fierce heart that is still loyal to the late King and she inspires the princess to take back her birthright by any means necessary.

The lascivious and ambitious Baron embodies the sloth and corruption of the kingdom’s self-indulgent aristocracy. The gleeful bearer of bad news, he is hoping the Queen will agree to marry him when her dwindling funds finally run out.

A benevolent ruler revered throughout his kingdom and a loving father adored by his only daughter, the King is entrapped into marriage by the wicked Queen’s evil enchantments. Shortly after the wedding, he disappears, the first victim of a deadly beast that terrorizes the kingdom, and Snow White is left to fend for herself.

The Seven Dwarfs

The de facto leader of an unruly gang of bandits, Teach still enforces the rules and regulations that made him a tyrant in the classroom.
Don’t cross the Dwarfs’ resident wild man – Butcher’s fuse is even shorter than he is!
A nerd in coke bottle glasses, Julius is more comfortable keeping the accounts than committing highway robbery.
Peppering his chatter with a soup├žon of his native French, Cha Cha is always on call to answer any question a girl has about hair, fashion or romance.
Half Pint
The tiniest dwarf bears a grudge against tall people since he lost the pub he ran in better days.
Call this lovable slacker chubby, obese or full-figured, but just don’t call Grub late for dinner!
Anyone who comes within arm’s length of perpetually grimy Stench immediately understands how he earned his name.

Prince Alcott’s faithful valet and confidant as well as his royal employer’s companion in his search for the adventure of a lifetime. As timid as the prince is courageous, Renbock is a man who prefers luxury spas to heroic escapades and gratefully accepts the Queen’s apparent hospitality.