A vile, scummy children's tale about a woman being saved from rape, thrice. At this point Bluth was liberally scraping from the bottom of Disney's barrel, even stealing their recent voice actors, Gottfried and Benson to tell the story of a wafey princess with no soul who needs saving, with remarkably regressive racial stereotypes to keep you occupied. Any saving grace-believe it or not-goes to Barry Manilow's songs.
Watched as a tribute to the late, great Carol Channing. Should've rewatched Thoroughly Modern Millie. Regressive gender politics and frustrating characters. Extra star for a pair of good songs: the trippy bug ball which ends in a 20s dance and Channing's catchy Marry The Mole (Razzies be damned). Still, nothing to compare to Anastasia. Flat. And feels ripe for parody. Wait, that's Frozen. Watch that.