What ever happened to Snow White? Find out in this feature-length musical adventure brought delightfully to life by an all-star voice cast and breathtaking animated magic! Snow White and her Prince are busily planning thei... more »r wedding when the evil Queen's wizard brother, Lord Maliss, kidnapps the Prince! Embarking in a thrilling quest to rescue her true love, Snow White enlists the help of the Dwarfelles: seven tiny, magical, comical ladies. It's one thrill after another as Snow White and her courageous companions face off against the sinister Maliss and his castle-fill of outrageously off beat creatures in this song-filled fairy tale that the whole family will love.« less
S. A. Hanson | Columbus, Ohio United States | 07/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It is better to think of this as a sequal to the Grimms tale, not the Disney film. The Dwarfs are not in here only because Disney said no. But that's okay. Muddy, Sunburn, Critterina, Marina, Blossom, Noonbeam and Thunderella are just as good. Lord MALISS could very well be the brother of the unamed Wicked Queen. The soundtrack is one of the best that goes with film. I saw this when it first came out in 1993. I was seven or eight years old then. I really loved this film then and now. But I appreciate it more these days. The only slight quibble is that I saw a more pleasant Mother Nature in "The Year Without a Santa Clause"."
Oh, come on!
Jessie | USA | 04/04/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Come on, it's a good movie. Sure, Lord Malice is cookie-cuter to the extreme, but it's an animated children's fairy tale, what do you expect? I actually always thought that Malice was the most frightening of all of the Disney villians (even though this isn't Disney). I was dissapointed that the original seven dwarves were nowhere to be seen, but their female cousins are cute and likable enough, espescially Thunderella and Critterena. And I know everybody hates the music, but I actually thought it was pretty good, despite the cliched lyrics in some of the songs. And the Ed Anser-voiced owl Scowl was pretty funny. Overall this is a great movie and your kids will love it. Very underrated."
I agree with Ashley S
Bluegirl | Chesapeake, VA | 05/22/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"A lot of people hate this movie because they believe that the people who made it were trying to cash it in as a sequel to the Disney movie. However, I loved this movie because this time it showed Snow White saving the day, instead of the seven dwarves. I also loved the seven dwarfelles, because they were funny and original. I don't think I would've liked this movie all that much if the seven dwarves (not the Disney versions) were in it. This way we get to see some new characters and how they paly out in the story. I really don't care for the animation as well. Remember, this is before technology made animation better."
Bluegirl | 03/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It was aproximatley 1999. The ocassional trip to the video store, to rent a couple shows to watch that night. This time there's nothing much to rent. 5 isles of garbage. We thought... Then we came across this isle. We picked up this movie. Happily Ever After...Yeah whatever. We decided to take it. And what a good thing that was! It was the best show I have ever seen. Believe me when I say the best! Lord Maliss was a wonderful character...Snow white was very good! The Dwarfells rocked! And mother nature was an awesome edition to the show!Then all so quickly the seven days were up. Time to return the movies. And I never got to see that movie again...until now! 2004 Happily Ever After was released! With brand new cover art. But I don't like it as much as the old cover art. But anyway never juf=dge a movie by its cover. Snow white and the seven dwarves. Not better then Happily Ever After! Buy this! For 7.99 you can own the movie that I thought I would never see again! Buy at Wal-Mart or Best buy."
Good for kids
Stacy Duncan | Phoenix, Arizona United States | 03/16/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I've seen reviews saying this movie might be a little scary for younger kids, and that is possible; it depends on the child. However, when I was little, this movie was a favorite. The video rental store at the place I lived in between kindergarten and second grade had a copy of Happily Ever After and my younger sister and I were constantly renting it to watch it over again. Keep in mind, we were seven and four, at the oldest. Even when we went back for a visit a few years later, probably when I was nine or ten, we rented it from the same video store to watch it in the hotel and with my dad's friend's little girls, who also enjoyed it thoroughly. Kids don't care about bad music or bad animation or bad acting. And this is a kid's movie. I loved it as a child. I'm now 18 and ordering it again for nostalgia purposes as I prepare to graduate from high school. It's just that memorable to me."