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When most people think of the movie Cinderella they think of the animated Disney version with the little mice and the happy ending where Cinderella marries the prince and they live happily ever after While the movie Ever After is based on Cinderella it is not animated but still has many of the same characteristics as the Disney version Of course it is not exactly the same and since it is not animated there are many differences In Ever After Drew Barrymore portrays the character Cinderella who in the beginning of this movie is called Danielle In the very beginning it shows how Danielles father died and how she went off to live with her wicked stepmother and stepsisters In Cinderella both of the stepsisters are wicked but in Ever After her sister Jacqueline is not so wicked and usually sides with Danielle In Ever After Jacqueline is the not so pretty and quiet sister and Marguerite is the loud obnoxious pretty one One similarity is that in both movies Cinderella and Danielle are servants to their stepmother and stepsisters They are also not allowed to eat with them only serve them In Ever After Danielles only friends are the other servants of the house this is similar to how Cinderella is friends with the mice that live in her house In both cases their friends are always protective and willing to help In Cinderella Cinderella doesnt meet the prince before the ball she doesnt even really expect to be going to the ball In Ever After Danielle meets the prince in a confrontation where the prince was actually stealing one of their horses Danielle starts pegging him with apples but just as she realizes that he is the prince she kneels down before him She apologizes but the prince is
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