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Cinderella (2015)

Cinderella (2015) quotes

22 total quotes

Fairy Godmother
Lady Tremaine
Prince Charming

View Quote Ella's Mother: [to young Ella] I want to tell you a secret that will see you through all the trials that life can offer. Have courage, and be kind. Ella, you have more kindness in your little finger than most people possess in their whole body... Where there is kindness, there is goodness. And where there is goodness, there is magic.
View Quote Goose Coachman: I can't drive, I'm a goose.
View Quote Captain: Miss, you're requested and required to present yourself to your King.
Lady Tremaine: I forbid you to do this!
Captain: And I forbid you to forbid her. Who are you to stop an officer of the King? Are you an empress? A saint? A deity?
Lady Tremaine: I am her mother!
Cinderella: You have never been, and you never will be, my mother.
View Quote Cinderella: [to Kit] Your Majesty, I'm no princess. I have no carriage, no parents, no dowry. I do not even know if that beautiful slipper will fit But, if it does Will you take me as I am? A good honest country girl who loves you.
Prince Charming: Of course I would. But only if you'll take me as I am, an apprentice still learning his trade. Please...
[Prince Charming invites Ella to sit on a nearby chair as the Grand Duke watches in fear, the Captain looks on with a smile as he places the slipper on Ella's foot. It fits perfectly! He takes Ella by the hand and is just about to kiss her when the Stepsisters burst into the room.]
Drizella: [apologetically] Cinderella!
Anastasia: Ella!
Drizella: My dear sister! I'm sorry.
Anastasia: So very sorry! [they curtsy at and Ella and Kit]
View Quote Cinderella: But... All the ladies in the land are invited. By order of the king.
Lady Tremaine: It is "the king" I'm thinking of. It would be an insult to the royal personage to take you to the palace dressed in these old rags.
Cinderella: Rags? This was my mother's.
Lady Tremaine: Oh... Sorry to have to tell you, but your mother's taste was questionable. This "thing" is so old-fashioned, it's practically falling to pieces. [She tugs harshly at the sleeve of Ella's dress causing it to rip completely]
View Quote Cinderella: Fairy godmother?
Fairy Godmother: Yes, what?
Cinderella: My dress. I can't go in this dress. Can you mend it?
Fairy Godmother: Mend it? No-no, I'll turn it into something new.
Cinderella: Oh no, please don't. This was my mother's, and... and I'd like to wear it when I go to the palace. It's almost like - taking her with me.
Fairy Godmother: I understand. But I don't think she'd mind if I - gee it up a bit? Wouldn't mind a nice blue?
Cinderella: [whispering] No.
[Using her magic wand, the Fairy Godmother turns Cinderella's torn pink dress into a dazzling blue ballgown]
Fairy Godmother: [smiles in satisfaction] There.
Cinderella: It's beautiful! She'd love it.
View Quote Cinderella: Mr. Lizard, I'm scared. I'm only a girl, not a princess.
Lizard Footman: And I'm only a lizard, not a footman. Enjoy it while it lasts.
View Quote Cinderella: They're all looking at you.
Prince Charming: Believe me, they're all looking at you.
View Quote Cinderella: Yes, stepmother.
Lady Tremaine: You needn't call me that. Madam will do.
View Quote Drizella: Cinder Wench!
Anastasia: Dirty Ella! [chuckles briefly]
Drizella: Cinderella! That's what we'll call you!
View Quote Ella's Mother: Do you still believe that they understand you?
Ella: Don't they, Mother?
Ella's Mother: Oh yes. I believe that animals listen and speak to us if we only have the ear for it. That's how we learn to look after them.
Ella: Who looks after us?
Ella's Mother: Fairy Godmothers, of course...
Ella: And do you believe in them?
Ella's Mother: I believe in everything...
Ella: Then I believe in everything, too!
View Quote Lady Tremaine: Now, here is how you will pay me, if you were to have what you desire. No one will believe you, a dirty servant girl without a family, if you lay claim to the Prince's heart. But with a respectable gentlewoman to put you forward, you will not be ignored. When you are married, you will make me the head of the royal household. Anastasia and Drizella we will pair off with wealthy lords, and I shall manage that boy.
Cinderella: But he's not a boy.
Lady Tremaine: And who are you? How would you rule a kingdom? Best to leave it to me. That way we all get what we want.
Cinderella: No.
Lady Tremaine: No?
Cinderella: I was not able to protect my father from you, but I will protect the prince and the kingdom no matter what becomes of me.
View Quote Lady Tremaine: What on Earth have you've been doing?
Cinderella: Dreaming, that's all.
Lady Tremaine: Well, then wake up.
View Quote Prince Charming: [as the King is dying] Father, don't go.
King: I must. [pause] You needn't be alone. Take a bride. The Princess Chelina. What if I commanded you to do so?
Prince Charming: I love and respect you, but I will not. I believe that we need not look outside of our borders for strength or guidance. What we need is right before us, and we need only have courage and be kind to see it.
King: Just so. You've become your own man. Good. And perhaps, in the little time left to me, I can become the father you deserve. You must not marry for advantage. You must marry for love. Find that girl. Find her. The one they're all talking about. The forgetful one...
Prince Charming: Who loses her shoes.
King: [laughs] Loses her shoes...
[the Prince laughs, and cries too]
King: Be cheerful, boy.
Prince Charming: Thank you, Father.
King: I love you, Kit.
Prince Charming: I love you, Father.
View Quote [after Lady Tremaine breaks Cinderella's glass slipper]
Cinderella: [horrified] Why... Why are you so cruel? I don't understand it... I've tried to be kind to you-
Lady Tremaine: [scoffs] You? Kind to me?
Cinderella: Yes! And though no one deserves to be treated as you have treated me! Why do you do it? Why?!
Lady Tremaine: [angry] Why? Because you are young, and innocent, and... [struggles] good! And I-! [breaks off suddenly, then storms out of the room, locking the door]