The best part of watching a Disney film is that it is vibrant, colorful , cheerful embedded with a solid storyline. Cruella belongs to same genre but with different style and attitude.
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Based on The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith, Cruella is the live-action adaptation in the 101 Dalmatians franchise which is prequel and tells how Estella (played by Emma Stone) becomes Cruella De Vil after she gets the chance to land in her dream job at an atelier run by the Baroness Von Hellman (played by Emma Thompson).
As the movie begins , you are introduced to the 1960’s era in England with fantastic introduction of each character. The film captures some of best moments when Estella begins her journey of lifetime to find her identity. The fantasy world , unbelievable characters and funny comic scenes puts icing on the cake. Hats off to Craig Gillespie (I,Tonya, Million Dollar Arm and The Finest Hour) for doing his job brilliantly. The screenplay by Dana Fox and Tony McNamara works as you will be engaged in the cold war between Cruella and the Baroness. CGI is outstanding adding colors to the brilliant visual effects. The eye-catching cinematography , gorgeous sets , amazing art –direction and superb visual effects make the film worth watching more than once
Emma Stone gives yet another stupendous performance. The actress of Zombieland (2009) , Easy A (2010) , Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011) and the drama The Help (2011). is growing stronger day by day. Veteran actress Emma Stone is perfect for the role of cunning and selfish Baroness von Hellman. She brings out the spark every time she appears on screen. Kudos to other actors who keep the movie entertained with lovely performances.
Overall, Cruella is clever and stylish reboot to the classic Walt Disney’s 101 Dalmatians with sterling performances. Go for it.
Cruella is currently streaming on Disney+Hotstar and is produced by Marc Platt productions, Walt Disney Pictures and Gunn Films.