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Anastasia: Once Upon a Time เจ้าหญิงอนาสตาเซียกับมิติมหัศจรรย์ (2020) [พากย์ไทย บรรยายไทย]

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    ชื่อภาพยนตร์ : Anastasia: Once Upon a Time เจ้าหญิงอนาสตาเซียกับมิติมหัศจรรย์
    แนว/ประเภท : Adventure,  Family,  Fantasy
    ผู้กำกับภาพยนตร์ : Blake Harris
    บทภาพยนตร์ : Anastasia Romanoff,  Blake Harris
    นักแสดง : Donna Murphy,  Brandon Routh,  Emily Carey
    วันที่ออกฉาย : 7 April 2020

     

     

     

     อนาสตาเซียหลบหนีแผนการฆาตกรรมของเลนินผ่านทางพอร์ทัลการเดินทางข้ามเวลา การลงจอดที่เมืองเมดิสันสหรัฐอเมริกาในปี 2531 อนาสตาเซียเป็นเพื่อนกับเด็กสาววัยรุ่น

     

    Anastasia: Once Upon a Time (2019) – Review | Mana Pop

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คะแนน : 2.9

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    Did you know that the legendary Grigori Rasputin was actually a kindly wizard who could open portals through time? You didn’t? Well, me neither, and it is this kind of startling information that will be revealed to those who watch writer/director Blake Harris’ fantasy film Anastasia: Once Upon a Time, a film so sweet and saccharin that it spends most of its time trying to look like a Disney Channel Original. But how, you ask, does one turn a historical tragedy into a film aimed at tweens?

     

    Anastasia: Once Upon a Time (2019) – Review | Mana Pop

     

    Our story begins in 1917 where the Romanovs are holding a grand ball at the Winter Palace, and it’s outside the palace where we find young Anastasia (Emily Carey) sitting on a swing with her best friend Grigori Rasputin , who’s not so much a mad monk here but more of a kindly uncle figure, and he convinces her to go inside and join her family at the party – Anastasia is a tad miffed that “All of Russia” can’t attend the ball – but dark forces are on the move and despite Rasputin’s warnings to Nikolai II Alexandrovich Romanov (Brandon Routh), he snubs Vladimir Lenin by not inviting him to the party. Apparently, this affront was enough to spark the February Revolution which starts off with Lenin and his socialist cronies storming the palace to wipe out the Romanov family and save Russia for The People. Lucky for Anastasia, this Rasputin has the ability to create time portals and he sends the girl forward through time – her family too moronic and slow to hustle through the portal and thus they are left behind to deal with Lenin’s tender mercies – and so Anastasia finds herself all alone in the United States circa 1989.

     

    Before going through the portal, Rasputin had gifted Anastasia with a magic amulet that would glow blue to indicate where she would find aid or red when there was danger. Unfortunately for our heroine, Lenin had his own magic user on staff in the form of Yara the Enchantress (Donna Murphy) and she uses her mind control magics to force Rasputin to go after Anastasia and bring her back. What follows is probably one of the most painful pieces of treacle ever put to film. The glowing amulet leads Anastasia to a teenage girl named Megan, an outcast herself who is often targeted by a trio of “Mean Girls” who seemed to have escaped from Cliché High School 101. Megan and Anastasia become fast friends and we are treated to scenes of them going to the mall so that we can have the obligatory makeover montage, a sequence where they dance on stage with popstar Bliss and eventually end their day at a Halloween party, and all of this is intercut with Rasputin wandering around looking for Anastasia.

     

    Young Wonder Woman Emily Carey set for 'Anastasia: Once Upon a Time' -  Variety

     

    I know I’m not remotely the target demographic for this type of film, but I can’t see any age group getting much out of this thing. The period costumes are so bad one has to assume they were scavenged from the Halloween racks at a local thrift store and the very look of the film is of an over-saturated cotton candy explosion. A half-hour into this thing and I was worried my eyes would start to bleed. The acting is bad across the board with performances that would make Florida Dinner Theater look good by comparison – I have no idea how they got Brandon Routh to be in this thing, but even he sucks balls here – and the two young leads have about as much screen presence as wet toast.