Happily Ever After

Synopsis: Despite all signs pointing toward potential heartbreak, a woman and man begin a romance.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Yukihiko Tsutsumi
  1 nomination.
115 min

get to dance with him tonight.

Gosh! Wouldn't that be super?

He's dreamy.

The prince!

- The invitations! They're here!

- Move it!

Give it! It's mine!

Out of my way!

- Mom totally hates you.

- She hates you more.

Nuh-uh. You.

You totally ripped my coiffure.

Knock it off!

Great. Here comes the dragon lady.

- You started it.

- Did not!

- Did too!

- You so did.

Shut up. She's coming.

It takes hours

to get you looking like that.

Now we have to do the whole

thing all over again.

And you.

Hand them over.

Come on. Come on.

Cough it up.

I am invited, Stepmother.

If she goes,

she'll just embarrass us.

- She has nothing to wear.

- Now, girls...

of course Cinderelly may go.

Unfortunately, she has

a few things to do before the ball.

First, she has to polish my shoes...

then cook us a pot roast,

whiten the bathtubs...

shampoo the cat,

reshingle the roof...

give the carriage a lube job-

Shall I continue?

Ella, say no.

You don't have to put up with that.

Get back to the kitchen.

You're not her Prince Charming.

You're the dishwasher.

I am not.

I do laundry... too.

Ella isn't the only one

who's worked up about the ball.

The prince is so excited

it's almost like he has a personality.

The same as always, Your Highness?

Not too much off the front.

Everything must be perfect.

Tonight's the night

I meet my damsel.

It says so right here in the book.

Princely Rule Book, Section 12:

"On his 21st birthday...

every prince must

host a ball to find a damsel...

preferably blonde,

who is either imprisoned...

cursed or distressed."

Great. Our downstairs neighbor,

the Airhead Formerly Known As Prince.

There's gotta be something better on.

There's Rapunzel...

single-handedly keeping the kingdom's

shampoo industry in the black.

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