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“Cruella” is an unexpected treat with Emma Stone’s dark circle about the origin of the evil man at Disney

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A quarter of a century after Glenn Close portrayed Cruella de Ville in the live action Dalmatians, the latest extension of the Disney brand, set a high standard for dog-hating evil.

But Stone makes a younger version of the character unique – she looks like a cat woman with her leather look and pure conversation, and has found a worthy antagonist in Thompson, showcasing a parade of seals that both offer costumes and sets. the designers experienced their lifetimes.

The film is especially coming to Disney + (similar) “Mulan” for a premium fee) and as in theaters, and with a surprising 2 hours and 15 minutes of length that slightly increases the ability to meet, can actually play better on a smaller screen. Also, while kids can enjoy this look, the Kruella is dark and can be easily bypassed, making this punk-rock movie more suited to the tastes of nostalgic adults. .
Disney has worked with a variety of commercial results outside the House of Creative Wheels, and has been carefully improved adapt to live action – Think of “Beauty and the Beast” and “Aladdin” rather than more adventures like “Dumbo.” The reasons why Cruella is a pleasant surprise may be at odds with its commercial potential.
Still, Disney’s gambling touches on Craig Gillespie (“I, Tonya”) based on the screenplay and story to shoot the film, which is credited to several writers such as Dana Fox (“Couples Retreat”), Tony McNamara (“Favorite”) and Aline Brosh McKenna, who worked on “The Devil Wears.” Prada’s film feels like a spiritual guide.

The source shown is Dodi Smith’s novel, but let’s face it, Disney wants you to read a book, not watch movies before. Naturally, the conspiracy peppered with bells is relatively simple: it’s the 1960s and Young Estella sees her mother die after begging for money from a fashion diva named Baroness (Thompson), who owns random dogs. .

Ten years ahead, and the tortoise has turned to stone, mostly with his friends Jasper (Joel Fray) and Horas (Paul Walter Hauser) as thieves. Finding a job with the Baroness, Estella begins to plan her revenge and transforms Cruella into a unique fashion watch.

So “Kruella” sometimes works like a caper film and uses an endless seemingly song budget that sets the mood and atmosphere of the ’70s well. Most importantly, Cruella-Baroness’s tumult turns into a battle of wills and minds, the latter finally finding an opponent who can withstand her cruelty.

“He turned it into me or him,” the Baroness said sarcastically after Cruella became angry, “and I choose me.

When it comes to fashion, “Who Wears It Better” is less “Who Wears It Better” and both are superior. Not everyone likes “Cruella,” but to borrow from the original song, it wouldn’t be a bad thing if Stone and Thompson Square didn’t make you happy at least.

The premiere of Cruella will take place on May 28 in theaters and at Disney + for a prize money. It was rated PG-13.

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