Add your rating See all 1 kid review. Increasingly immersed in responsibilities and royal decorum, Rapunzel finds herself longing for the freedoms outside the castle walls, but her protective father forbids her explorations for fear of her safety. Desperate for adventure, Rapunzel joins her lady-in-waiting, Cassandra Eden Espinosafor a midnight journey and a magical discovery with a fateful turn of events for the reluctant princess.
The brothers discuss their interpretation of the Cinderella story. She then shows them a slipper and tells them the story of Danielle de Barbarac. In 16th-century France, Auguste de Barbarac is a widower and the father of eight-year-old Danielle.
Auguste marries Rodmilla de Ghent, a haughty baroness with two daughters, Marguerite and Jacqueline. Later, when leaving for a trip, Auguste dies of a heart attack. By the time Danielle is eighteen, the estate has fallen into decline and Danielle is forced to be a servant to Rodmilla and her daughters.
However, Jacqueline is the only one out of her family to show Danielle any kindness. One day, Danielle stops a man from stealing her father's horse, but then realizes he is Prince Henry. He buys her silence with gold because he is fleeing an arranged marriage to the Spanish Princess Gabriella.
He is caught however after he recovers and returns the Mona Lisawhich had been stolen by gypsies, to Leonardo da Vinci. Meanwhile, in order to buy back the servant Maurice using the gold Henry gave her, Danielle dresses as a noblewoman but is warned that she will be severely punished if discovered.
Henry overhears Danielle arguing with the Cargomaster and orders Maurice's release. King Francis tells Henry that he is throwing a masquerade ballwhere he must choose a bride or wed Gabriella. Meanwhile, Rodmilla schemes to marry Marguerite to Henry.
While Danielle is talking to her friend Gustave, Henry rides up and asks for directions; she runs and hides. Gustave tells Henry where Danielle lives. Danielle runs home, changes clothes, and spends the day with Henry and they share their first kiss. Later, Danielle catches Rodmilla and Marguerite stealing her mother's dress and slippers.
When Marguerite insults Danielle's mother, Danielle punches her and chases her through the manor.
Marguerite threatens to throw Auguste's book into the fire unless Danielle gives back the slippers. When Danielle does, Marguerite burns the book out of spite and Danielle watches in anguish. After which, Danielle is whipped as punishment.
Rodmilla discovers that Danielle is the Countess whom Henry is interested in, so she lies and tells Queen Marie that Danielle is engaged. Meanwhile, Danielle meets with Henry to tell him the truth, but he interrupts her and reveals to her that she has transformed his life and given him a sense of purpose.
Later, Rodmilla locks Danielle in the pantry but Da Vinci helps free her, and makes her a pair of wings to wear to the ball with her mother's dress and slippers.Ever After (known in promotional material as Ever After: A Cinderella Story) Rotten Tomatoes reports that 91% of critics gave the film a positive review based on 64 reviews, with an average score of / The critical consensus states: "Ever After is a .
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