Cruella: Of course, from the very beginning, the question was how much evil Emma should fit into the family's real film adaptation of Disney. After all, an eccentric designer is trying to pull fur over the ears of 99 Dalmatians in the original to create a fur coat out of it. Empathy is really different. Accordingly, one would expect a malign treatment that would turn the villain into a lovable heroine. Despite the dark trailers, which at times resembled characters like the Joker and Harley Quinn and thus really sparked interest, Emma Stone is not that different from Maleficent in the end. With the death of her mother, Estella is given a tragic backstory, and thanks to her humorous nature and her original outsider existence, sympathy for the character develops relatively quickly. When Estella alter ego appears for the first time less than an hour later, an ambivalence creeps into her character, which one could wish from Angelina Jolie's Maleficent. De Vill is not immediately good, but her arrogant demeanor and bad relationships with friends Jasper and Horace always create the necessary duality. Emma Stone walks by as a classic anti-heroine. Some people become evil characters from Miss 101 Dalmatians because Cruella is too pretty by the end to let the movie run like a real prequel. Others will have no problem with this, as Cruella is much younger here and a sequel is proposed anyway.
Elsewhere, you will clearly be united, because Cruella's story already seems poorly constructed and a little absurd. Whether it's the black and white hair that Cruella was born with, or the naked Dalmatians attacking Estella's mother like fighting dogs, there are one or two strange scenes. The connection with the original also often seems inappropriate. For example, a credits scene serves as a very clumsy transition to the original, which would be better preserved. After all, Cruella is unlikely to hurt anyone. The extremely dark atmosphere of the trailer is diluted with humorous mood and Cruella. the end result is a hand-made family film. While the similarities to Harley Quinn cannot be ignored right away, and FSK may have been overly kind with their release from the age of 6, Disney doesn't reinvent itself with the film.Источник: 10ex.org