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Mirror Mirror

Another in a tedious line of recent fairytale adaptations, Mirror Mirror is a picture-book retelling of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves with impressive costumes and scenery and little else. The Evil Queen, played by a bitchy, almost-likable Julia Roberts, casts her stepdaughter out into the dark woods so that she can remain the fairest cougar in the kingdom. Snow White, a vapid Lily Collins, pouts her way into the home of seven thieving dwarves, rebranded with nicknames like Butcher and Napoleon. They teach her how to fight (via montage) and win back her father’s kingdom. Naturally there is also a handsome prince at stake—Armie Hammer portraying a smile with hair—and Snow White’s final reward is marrying this man who earlier in the film spanks her with a sword. By the time the credits roll (accompanied by an inexplicable Bollywood-style music video), you’ll wish someone had offered you some poisoned fruit.
  • Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
  • Running Time: 106 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, March 30, 2012
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG [ Mild Rude Humor, Some Fantasy Action ]
  • Critic's Score: D-
  • Starring: Julia Roberts [The Queen], Lily Collins [Snow White], Armie Hammer [Prince Alcott], Nathan Lane [Brighton], Mare Winningham [Baker Margaret], Sean Bean [The King], Michael Lerner [Baron], Joey Gnoffo [Grub], Martin Klebba [Butcher], Ronald Clark [Chuckles], Mark Povinelli [Half Pint], Jordan Prentice [Napoleon], Sebastian Saraceno [Wolf], Danny Woodburn [Grimm], Robert Emms [Charles Renbock], Bonnie Bentley [Caroline (Poor Woman)]
  • Directed by: Tarsem Singh [Director], Marc Klein [Screenwriter], Jason Keller [Screenwriter], Bernie Goldmann [Producer], Ryan Kavanaugh [Producer], Brett Ratner [Producer], Tucker Tooley [Executive Producer], Kevin Misher [Executive Producer], Jeff Waxman [Executive Producer], Robbie Brenner [Executive Producer], Jamie Marshall [Executive Producer], Jason Colbeck [Executive Producer], Tommy Turtle [Executive Producer], Josh Pate [Executive Producer], John Cheng [Executive Producer], Brendan Galvin [Cinematographer], Tom Foden [Production Design], Nick Moore [Film Editor], Robert Duffy [Film Editor], Alan Menken [Original Music], Eiko Ishioka [Costume Designer], Kerry Barden [Casting], Paul Schnee [Casting], Ramsey Avery [Supervising Art Direction], Isabelle Guay [Supervising Art Direction], Jean-Pierre Paquet [Art Director], Réal Proulx [Art Director], Nicolas Lepage [Art Director], Jille Azis [Head Set Decorator], Paul Hotte [Set Decoration], Lesley Cross [Set Decoration], Martine Kazemirchuk [Set Decoration], Daniel Hamelin [Set Decoration]
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