After the Ball User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.64

Current Rating: 3.64

based on 134 votes and 76 reviews

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  • 5 stars great to see such a great little film made in Canada with Canadian talent behind the lenses!!
  • 3 stars Cute romantic comedy, pleasant diversion.
  • 4 stars Superior drama, inventive and engrossing. Based on the classic ballad by Paul McCartney & Wings.
  • 4 stars Touching and often hysterical! Portia Doubleday is perfect and the evil sisters are hilarious!
  • 4 stars I found this movie to be a refreshing twist of 'Cinderella'. I especially enjoyed the twin (male/female) roles she played...quite funny. It's interesting to watch a female posing as a male. The makeover was very good too, you almost had to take a good look to notice it was a female under all the makeup/clothes.
  • 5 stars I saw this movie with my daughter, we loved it!!!
  • 5 stars Charming and good family entertainment. A must see!
  • 4 stars This movie was an entertaining and fun twist on a Cinderella story. A good movie for people of all ages.
  • 4 stars This movie was fantastic and had a refreshing new take on the story of Cinderella with fairytales being in fashion. Some of the things about this movie that I really enjoyed seeing are the designs Nate created, the fact that Kate didn't have rags or lived in a castle, The Alien Sheek design which the stepsisters wore at the end of the movie, and how there was a different kind of shoe that fit Kate just right instead of the glass slipper that is always associated with Cinderella.
  • 3 stars This movie was a good rom-com. Better then I had expected.

After the Ball

Genre:  Comedy | Running Time:  100 min.
Release date:  February 27, 2015 - select cities | On DVD/VOD:  June 23, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 3.64
based on 134 votes and 76 reviews
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Cast: Portia Doubleday, Marc-André Grondin, Lauren Holly, Carlo Rota, Mimi Kuzyk, Colin Mochrie, Chris Noth