>could've let Cinderella try the glass slipper, if it fit then she and the stepdaughters could've become royalty themselves, or at least ...

>could've let Cinderella try the glass slipper, if it fit then she and the stepdaughters could've become royalty themselves, or at least part of the nobility
>instead she commits treason by breaking the slipper and ensures that she's left with nothing
What a stupid bitch, it's a miracle that her head wasn't chopped off

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't worry she goes back in time to undo it in the sequel

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Still worth it to her if it means that Cindi never wins anything.

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    She despised Cinderella and was vindictive to her. She wasn't willing to share or be collaborative with her, and her actions previously show this to be the case. She viewed herself as above Cinderella and wouldn't dare put herself on equal footing, let alone be beneath her in terms of station.

    The point is that she had ample opportunity to allow Cinderella to do well and actively thwarted her efforts. Its why the Fairy Godmother shows up to help her, its divine intervention to aid Cinderella after she is torn down even more than previously.

    The slippers remaining is just a remnant of the divine intervention and reminder of the wonderful night she had. The fact that Cinderella had one of the slippers is such a shock as to break the step mother as she gasps in abject horror.

    Meanwhile Cinderella who did nothing except put up with the vitriol gets her escape from the wicked step mother.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Equal footing
      Heh

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    This expands on the idea.

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's a kids movie and the villains aren't supposed to be pregmatic or efficient, they're supposed to be despicable and make you hate them

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    From the point of view of everyone in the room no one saw her break the slipper. It was the clumsy fat dude who also nearly shattered the slipper by punching it. So no, you can't blame the Evil Stepmother on this one, it was the clumsy dude who destroyed it.

    And Cinderella never would have done anything for her and her step sisters. We saw the sequels, Disney's Cinderella didn't help them after years of slave work and abuse. And why should Cinderella help them? The point of the entire fairy tale is kindness and hard work is eventually rewarded. Charlatans and shitty people eventually get their karma in the case of Cinderella's step family, they will live like peasants.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      What I liked about that 3rd movie was it showed one of the sisters be happier living as a peasant with the baker.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        And the step mother ruined that. According to Lady Tremaine? Her daughters are too good for a baker who runs his own business which in that era? That's a fine job. Running your own bakery. It's only now that bakeries are catching flak due to whole diabetes thing since breads are considered sugary.

        Anyway Lady Tremaine herself is a huge reason her daughters would have become spinsters, she teaches them to only marry high class rich people exclusively even though given their standing and their looks, they would never bag a lord, a count, much less a prince.

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I find it amusing that Lady Tremaine is not considered one of Disney's iconic classic villains. And don't say, well she has no powers. Disney considers Cruella De Vil an iconic classic villain even selling merchandise of her exclusively due to the Disney Villains brand and she has no powers. But Lady Tremaine is never acknowledged as one of the major Disney villains.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      The most memorable villains all have a larger than life presence. She was just a mean bitch that wasn't even flashy about it.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nostalgia Critic likes her

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cruella may not have powers, but she makes it up by being seriously unhinged in her malevolence. And here's the scary part, she never gets caught. And no Disney Cheapquels are not canon. Cruella is still roaming free along with her minions. Lady Tremaine is not exactly evil, she doesn't do anything that would warrant an arrest compared to Cruella's desire to kill puppies by the multiple tens. Any kind of killer will raise society's suspicion. Lady Tremaine never wanted to kill anyone.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cruella had the jazz song tho
      it goes Music&Voice > Powers > Design, which is why Frollo ranks higher than Chernabog, Ursula and Jaffar put together

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        I guess that explains why Mother Gothel is also not considered a great Disney Villain. She's simply an old hag who pretends to be young with a magic flower and though she has a song, it's not that great. I would sooner listen to Jafar's Second Rate song over that Mother Knows Best song. Mother Gothel is basically a less powerful and less influential Judge Frollo from Hunchback of Notredame. Just that Frollo doesn't care about regaining his youth.

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wonder how true-to-life the evil stepmother trope is.
    I mean, it wouldn't be surprising for a parent to play favourites with their biological kids.

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why didn’t she just kill her

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >read an old German version of Cinderella
    >the step-sisters cut off chunks of their feet to make the slipper feet
    why didn't Disney include this?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Because Disney's version is based on the French version that didn't have the foot mutilation.

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