Cinderella Story, A – Edited
Cinderella never had it this bad. In A Cinderella Story, high school senior Sam Montgomery lives at the beck and call of her self-obsessed step-mother Fiona and her sinfully wicked step-sisters, who treat her more like a servant than a member of the family. With her sights set on attending Princeton, Sam finds her less-than-sparkling social life wonderfully complicated when she meets her prince charming online. But when her anonymous cyber soul mate turns out to be her high school’s über-popular quarterback Austin Ames, Sam makes a mad dash back to reality, leaving her cell phone behind just before the clock strikes midnight. Fearing rejection if her secret is revealed, Sam dodges Austin’s efforts to discover the identity of his princess. Will Sam let fear hold her back, or will she find the courage to be herself and claim the life she’s always wanted? Her chance at happily ever after depends on it.
This is a Cinderella story that most people nowadays can really relate to. And because it was set in a modern time and place, I really got drawn into it. All of the characters were perfect and they played their roles to a “T”. Hilary was the innocent but hardworking step-daughter, Jennifer couldn’t have played a better evil step-mother, and Chad was the handsome prince that everyone who’s even close to his age group dreams about. I was really impressed with the way this whole movie was put together and I enjoyed it more than most of the movies I’ve seen this season. I reccommend this edited version.