Happily N'Ever After: Set in Fairy Tale Land, this comedy features the heroes and villains of stories from Rumplestiltskin to Sleeping Beauty. The job of the wizard (George Carlin) is to ensure everyone has happy endings. But when he leaves on vacation, he entrusts his tasks to his inept assistants, and Cinderella's evil stepmother (Sigourney Weaver) begins to wreak havoc on the endings of fairy tales. Though she's interested in menace in general, she particularly wants her stepdaughter, Ella (Sarah Michelle Gellar), to suffer. She vows to keep her from Prince Charming (Patrick Warburton), much to the delight of his servant, Rick (Freddie Prinze, Jr.), who is in love with Ella himself. With its celebrity voices, Happily N'Ever After is an amusing reversal of Disney's fairy-tale films of the past.
Happily N'Ever After 2: A young Snow White steps in as the star of this sequel to the delightfully offbeat fairytale Happily N'Ever After. Snow is a typical teenager, more interested in hanging out with her girlfriends, Goldilocks and Little Red Riding Hood, than anything else. But she must grow up fast if she hopes to recover from the damage her evil soon-to-be-stepmother, Lady Vain, has done by tricking her into spreading gossip about the townspeople. Shamed and now in hiding, Snow is the only one who can prevent her royal father's misguided marriage and expose Lady Vain for the witch she really is. Munk and Mambo, the lovable sidekicks from the first film, are back in this exciting new animated adventure that will appeal to fans of the Shrek movies