Ella and Kit, together!!
Hi everyone, I have decided to write about what I like and didn't like about both versions of Cinderella. If you guys disagree with me, I don't mind. In the bold bracket, is the one I like. The Prologue
In the 1950 version, we only saw cinderela and her father with their pets. Unfortunately, he only gets a few minutos of screen-time and there were no interaction between the two because I felt that the whole prologue was just rush. We don't know how close the bond is between cinderela and her dad.
In the 2015 version, for the first time we got to see her mother as well and Ella, including her dad. Her dad has mais screen-time with Ella than the 1950 version. (2015 version) Lady Tremaine, anastasia and Drizella
In the 1950 version, the 2 stepsisters are way scarier than their live-action counterparts, especially the part where they tore of Cinderella's rosa, -de-rosa dress. That scene makes me upset and terrified, in the 2015 reboot, I was expecting that to happen but did not and it was Lady Tremaine who did it instead and in a less-terrifying way. (1950 version)
Speaking of Lady Tremaine, the two are them are equally evil. Especially when her live-action version, although I actually prefer the latter as she has mais evilness in her, that's mainly on how Cate Blanchett portrayed her. (tied) Prince Charming, the King and the Grand Duke
I was very happy that the three of them, especially Kit because he gets to mais screen-time. He also gets to meet Ella before the Grand Ball, in the 1950 version, he also has less screen-time. (2015 version)
The King's personality is a contrast to his animated version, because he succumbed to a serious illness. He's not hotheaded and is very gentle with everyone, especially his relationship with his only son. Sadly, he died with his son looking and crying on his deathbed. (tied)
For the first time ever, we get to see the Grand Duke plotting and conspiring the trono to give Lady Tremaine and her daughters. He reminds me a lot of Hans in a way, because they're known for plotting. In fact, they should sing 'Love is an Open Door'. (2015 version) The animals
One of the things I was very disappointed about the live-action reboot was the absence of Bruno the dog, he was very close with Ella and I think he should also be included in it. But on the other hand, the mice has less screen-time in it. (tied) The Royal Wedding
I would have to say the wedding in the 1950 version was like the 2011 Royal Wedding, but in the live-action version, it was like Grace Kelly's wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco, Ella's dress was very elegant and very detailed with the decorations.
We also get a chance to see Kit's mother on the portrait when they made their vows. They also became the country's favourite and well-loved monarch! (2015 version) Conclusion
While the majority is the live-action version, I still considered the 1950 version to be a classic indeed. It will live on for generations to come!
The worse Disney Couple.......EVER!! KIDDING!!
I wanna SLAP YOU! Lady Tremaine!!
Ella's priceless expression!!
What a gila, loca, crazy sight they ARE!!
They farted laughing gas at me!
Stefan's ally?? I guess not!
I spy with my little eye, Miss World and Miss Universe!!
Stay calm and be a Gangster King!!!
I cried when he died too!