|Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment; $19.98|
|Cast:||Drew Barrymore, Anjelica Huston and Dougray Scott|
This revisionist Cinderella tale not only ditches the pumpkin and the mice but swaps the fairy godmother for ... Leonardo da Vinci? Indeed, co-writer/director Tennant makes some curious choices in this radical adaptation, the best of which is his decision to favor chutzpah over hocus-pocus. Thankfully, Barrymore, who aces her 16th-century elocution, is not as fragile as her footwear, and the result is a fairy tale that's a lot more feminist, and consequently, a lot less Grimm.