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2. 2/10. Yet another unnecessary Disney live action movie. The only use this one provides is giving a slight revival to Emma Stone's acting career. She, for the most part, has an acting range like paint drying, just there. Sure she's done some good movies like Amazing Spider-Man 1&2, The House Bunny, and La La Land. Then she's done some you watch to laugh at them like Easy A,Gangster Squad,Movie 43, and Birdman because they're so bad they're good to watch for a laugh. This falls into that category. I would claim surprise at things like her starting out good, changing the ethnicity of her friend Anita, etc., but I'm not. It's too predictable nowadays especially with Disney. Another bad Disney movie parents can throw back in their kids faces one day when they're old and guilt them with regarding the sacrifices they've made for them. The dogs are the best actors here.


Continuity mistake: In the scene about the upcoming show the Baroness states she needs 12 key looks. She turns to count what she has and pulls down 10 looks that fill the board. When she turns back to face the staff she comments on the need for 10 looks.

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Baroness: Let me give you some advice. You can't care about anyone. Everyone else is an obstacle. You care about what an obstacle wants or feels, you're dead. If I cared about anyone or thing, I might have died like so many brilliant women with a drawer full of unseen genius and a heart full of sad bitterness. You have the talent for your own label. Whether you have the killer instinct is the big question.

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Trivia: Once the ending credits roll, there is an extra scene where Pongo and Perdita (the Dalmatians) are delivered to the lawyer Roger and reporter Anita respectively as gifts from Cruella. Roger sings the famous Cruella DeVille song from the original Disney movie.

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Question: Why did the Baroness kill Estella's adoptive mother? Why not just give her money and whatever help she needed?


Answer: The Baroness probably thought that if she gave Estella's adoptive mother money and help that time, she would keep asking for more and more money under threat of revealing the secret that the Baroness was the girl's real mother. Killing her meant one less person who knew her secret and could hold it over her.

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